Digitech 80 Channel Waterproof Floating UHF Radio 3W

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A robust floating transceiver suitable for professional or recreational use.

With the 80 Channel 3W Waterproof Floating UHF Transceiver, communicating over a 10km line-of-sight range is possible. The IP67 rating means it can be submersed in up to 1m of water. Battery power can be conserved by switching to the low setting (500mW) for local communications around base camp. Includes a rechargeable Li-ion battery with a charging cradle and power supply. There are 75 voice channels and the CTCSS system reduces interference from users on other channels. Great for camping, off-road race crews, roadies, people who work at large sporting venues, and more.

80 Channel 3W Waterproof Floating UHF Transceiver Features:
  • FM transmission
    Frequency: 476.425-477.4125MHz
    1~88 channels
  • 0.5W/3W output power selection
  • TOT timer
  • External headset
  • VOX function (off, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5)
  • Call tone melody (5 songs)
  • LCD back-light function
  • Automatic squelch function
  • Key lock function
  • Key tone function (selectable on/off)
  • Roger tone function (selectable on/off)
  • Auto power saver with indication
  • Tx and Rx icon
  • Dual watch function
  • Scan channel
  • Stop watch function
  • IPX7 waterproof
  • Dimensions: 120(L) x 57(W) x 35(H)mm

What's in the box:
  • UHF Radio unit
  • Rechargeable Li-ion battery
  • Charging cradle
  • Power supply

Note: A few things to note are the channel allocation. Channels 5 and 35 are reserved for emergency only, and misuse of these channels carries hefty fines or jail time. Besides these, the truckies use channel 40, 18 is the caravan and campers channel. Channels 1-8 and 31-38 are for repeater use, the latest standard states that 41 - 48 and 71 -78 may also become available for repeater operation to supplement the other repeater channels. Presently speech telephony is inhibited on channels 22 and 23 (i.e. data only). Channels 61, 62, and 63 are currently are not activated on all UHF units until approved by the ACMA at sometime in the future (In about 5 years time).
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