Rockford Fosgate PMX-2
Marine Multimedia Head Unit
Compact AM/FM/WB Digital Media Receiver 2.7″ Display
The Rockford Fosgate PMX-2 is an AM/FM/WP tuner and compact digital media receiver with a 2.7″ full color display.
- 2.7″ full color display w/ auto dimming backlightning
- Global AM/FM/WB Tuner
- Easy integration 3″ diameter hole mounting
- Made for iPod/iPhone
- Made for Android
- USB Input
- Built in Bluetooth
- Pandora Internet Radio
- 50 Watts x 4
Element Ready – Source Units
These Rockford Fosgate source units are protected against Dust, UV, Temperature, Water, Corrosion & Vibration.
Rockford Fosgate’s PMX series of source units and remotes are fully tested against UV radiation degradation as well as tested to IPX water intrusion standards. Rockford Fosgate also fully test the units for ever changing environmental conditions such as temperature extremes, as well as vibration testing to make sure they can take a bump and keep performing like a Rockord Fosgate product should.
UV Inhibitor Materials – Centrex and ASA plastic materials are used for their UV radiation resistance and components are tested in accordance with ASTM D4329 testing and certification procedures.
Thermal Shock Tested – Products are tested for extreme temperature operation as well as severe fluctuations in ambient temperature. Components are taken to both low and high temperature extremes and then tested to ensure operational capabilities.
Water Tested – IPX5 and IPX6 Ratings allow for the components to be directly sprayed with water without water incursion.
Corrosion Protection – Two part epoxy coated PCB boards prevent corrosion of critical components due to exposure in moisture rich environments.
Vibration – Knowing our equipment will not be sitting still, we subject it to full vibration and shock testing to ensure that it will take abuse and keep performing to our stringent standards.
CAN (Controller Area Network) bus is a message-based protocol, designed originally for automotive applications, allowing devices to communicate with each other in applications without the need for a host computer.