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FRS/GMRS Backlit LCD Portable Two Way Radio, Number of Channels 22
- Item # 4LPL8
- Mfr. Model # MH230R
- UNSPSC # 43191510
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 1.45 lbs.
- Item Portable Two Way Radio
- Band Type FRS/GMRS
- Output Watts 1
- Number of Channels 22
- Frequency 462.55 to 467.71 MHz
- Display Type Backlit LCD
- License Required No for FRS/Yes for GMRS
- FCC Narrow Band Compliant Yes
- Length 2-1/8"
- Width 1-1/8"
- Height 6-3/16"
- Selectable Frequencies 22
- Battery Type NiMH or (3) AAA
- Analog Codes 38
- Digital Codes 83
- Navigation Aids No
- Outdoor Range (Miles) Up to 23
- Channel Scan Advanced Priority Scan
- Battery Life 10 hr. Alkaline/8 hr. NiMH
- Color Yellow
- Includes The MH230R Comes with (2) Radios, (2) Belt Clips, (1) Drop In Charger, (1) Charging Adaptor and (2) NiMH Rechargeable Battery Packs
- Series MH
Compliance and Restrictions
This item is restricted for international sale.
Item # 30F332MOTOROLA
Price $134.25 / pair
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