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VHF No Display Portable Two Way Radio, Number of Channels 32
- Item # 4LPX2
- Mfr. Model # ISVX-414-2-5 FNB-V57IS
- UNSPSC # 43191510
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 1.1 lbs.
- Item Portable Two Way Radio
- Band Type VHF
- Output Watts 5
- Number of Channels 32
- Frequency 146 to 174 MHz
- Display Type No Display
- License Required Yes
- Length 1-3/16"
- Width 2-5/16"
- Height 4-5/16"
- Battery Type Ni-Cd
- IP Rating IP54
- Inside Range (Sq.-Ft.) 300,000
- Outdoor Range (Miles) 6
- Channel Scan Yes
- Battery Life 16 hr. with 2000 mAh; 8.8 hr. with 1100 mAh
- Color Black
- Includes Rechargeable Battery, Antenna, Belt Clip
- Features Programmable Channels
Compliance and Restrictions
This item is restricted for international sale.
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