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Two Way Radio, 1 Watt, 25 Channels, 900 MHz
- Item # 2HNA9
- Mfr. Model # DTR410GYM9AA
- UNSPSC # 43191510
- Catalog Page # 2742
- Shipping Weight 1.5 lbs.
- ItemPortable Two Way Radio
- Band TypeISM
- Output Watts1
- Number of Channels25
- Frequency900 MHz
- Display TypeLCD
- License RequiredNo
- FCC Narrow Band CompliantYes
- Battery TypeLi-Ion
- IP RatingIP54
- Inside Range (Floors)25
- Inside Range (Sq.-Ft.)300,000
- Channel ScanYes
- Battery Life14.5 hr.
- ColorSlate Gray
- IncludesRadio, Battery, Carry Holster, Transformer, Drop In Tray, Antenna
- FeaturesSMS Messaging, Public-Group Calling up to 25 Groups, Programmable Channels
- StandardsMIL-STD-810C, D, E, F
Compliance and Restrictions
Hazardous material - General
This item is restricted for international sale.
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