No matter where your outdoor activities take you, the Rino 530 keeps you on track and in touch. Similar to the 520, this rugged, two-way radio with GPS packs a bold color display, 14-mile communication range, and turn-by-turn directions - giving you peace of mind in the great outdoors. Taking it a step further, the Rino 530 adds an electronic compass, barometric altimeter, and NOAA weather receiver, making it a favorite with hikers and climbersExclusive position-reporting capability and a host of other unique features, make the 530 one of the best all-in-one two-way radio and GPS receivers around. As with other members of the Rino family, the 530's patented location-reporting feature allows you to send and receive GPS positions with other Rino users in your group. One call to your partner's Rino, and your location shows up on the map page. You can even poll another Rino user's location in emergency situations.
The Garmin Rino 530 GPS-Integrated FRS/GMRS two-way radio is designed to keep hikers and climbers on track and in touch. This rugged, two-way radio with GPS packs a bold color display, 12-mile communication range, and turn-by-turn directions, giving you peace of mind in the great outdoors. The Rino 530 also features an electronic compass, barometric altimeter, and NOAA weather receiver.
Exclusive position-reporting capabilities and a host of other unique features make the Rino 530 one of the best all-in-one two-way radio and GPS receivers around. The position-reporting feature allows you to send and receive GPS positions with other Rino users in your group. Make one call to your partner's Rino, and your location shows up on the map page. You can even poll another Rino user's location in emergency situations.
Five watts of transmit power (GMRS) means you can now call for help from 12 miles away (transmit power is limited to two watts in Canada with a range up to eight miles). A bold color TFT display makes it easy to see and navigate to family or friends with Rinos at an amusement park, lake, or other outdoor group activity. With optional Garmin MapSource City Select software (sold separately), you can navigate safely with the assistance of automatic route generation, off-route recalculation, and icon-driven menus for finding points of interest.
A barometric altimeter provides extremely accurate elevation, an outstanding feature for serious hikers and climbers. An electronic compass is also included, and a NOAA weather receiver keeps you informed of changes in the weather.
The Rino 530 comes with a built-in detailed basemap of North and South America, and it also allows you to store up to 500 waypoints with graphic identification, as well as 50 reversible routes. The two-way radio features 10 call and ring tones, four roger tones, and vibration mode. The radio also allows you to send and receive short text notes. A calendar feature shows best hunting and fishing times, plus clock, stopwatch, and alarm functions, while a trip computer offers speed tracking, sunrise and sunset readout, trip timer, and trip distance.
A mini USB port and 56 megabytes of internal memory are included for rapid download and plenty of map storage of Garmin's entire line of outdoor cartography. Also included is a rechargeable internal lithium-ion battery that provides up to 16 hours of outdoor use.
The Rino 530 receiver comes with, Americas recreational basemap, PC/USB interface cable, wrist strap, belt clip, lithium-ion battery pack and charger, A/C adapter cable, quick start guide, and owner's manual.
5 watts of transmit power
Bold color TFT display
Automatic route generation, off-route recalculation, turn-by-turn directions
Mini USB and 56 megabytes of internal memory for rapid download
.65lbs (LxWxH) 2.30"x 1.80"x 7.50"
Model number: 010-00392-01
Radio channels: 15 GMRS channels, 7 FRS channels, 8 GMRS repeater (USA only)
Radio squelch codes: 38
Radio operating range: Up to 2 miles on FRS channels; up to 12 miles on GMRS (transmit power limited to 2 W in Canada for a range of up to 8 miles)
Receiver: WAAS-enabled, 12 parallel channel GPS receiver continuously tracks and uses up to 12 satellites to compute and update your position
Acquisition times: Warm: approximately 15 seconds; cold: approximately 45 seconds; AutoLocate: approximately 5 minutes
Update rate: 1 per second, continuous
GPS accuracy: Position: less than 15 meters, 95 percent typical; velocity: 0.05 meters per second steady state
DGPS (USCG) accuracy: Position: 3 to 5 meters, 95 percent typical; velocity: 0.05 meters per second steady state
DGPS (WAAS) accuracy: Position: less than 3 meters, 95 percent typical; velocity: 0.05 meters per second steady state
Interface: USB, RS232 (serial interface requires optional accessory cable 010-10572-00)
Waypoints / roots / track points: 500 with name, graphic symbol and notes / 50 reversible / 10,000
Electronic compass accuracy: +/-2 degrees with proper calibration (typical); +/-5 degrees extreme northern and southern latitudes
Electronic compass resolution: 1 degree
Barometric altimeter accuracy: 510 feet with proper calibration (user and/or automatic calibration)
Barometric altimeter resolution: 1 foot
Barometric altimeter range: -2000 to 30000 feet
Power supply: 8.4 V 2400 mAh Li-Ion battery pack
Battery life: 18 hours typical with Alkaline battery pack, 16 hours typical with Li-Ion pack
Data storage: Indefinite; no memory battery required
Display: 1.7 x 1.3 inches (WxH); 176 x 220 pixels, 256-color transflective TFT
Case: Waterproof to IEC 60529 IPX7 standards
Operation temperature: -4 to 140 degrees F / -20 to 60 degrees C
Dimensions: 2.3 x 5.1 (7.5 with antenna) x 1.8 inches / 5.8 x 13 (19 with antenna) x 4.6 centimeters (WxHxD)
Weight: 10.3 ounces / 294 grams with Li-Ion battery pack, 6.2 ounces / 175 grams without battery
Warranty: 1 year
In the Box: Rino 530 receiver, Americas recreational basemap, PC/USB interface cable, wrist strap, belt clip, lithium-ion battery pack and charger, A/C adapter cable, quick start guide, owner's manual