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MIDLAND Handheld Two Way Radio: X-Talker T50 Series, FRS/GMRS, Analog, 0.5 W, 22 Channels, VOX, 8 hr

Item 
49VZ78
Mfr. Model 
T51VP3

Product Details

Catalog Page
1949
Brand
MIDLAND
Manufacturer Part Number
T51VP3
Radio Series
X-Talker T50
Band Type
FRS; GMRS
FCC License Required
No
Radio Transmission
Analog
Programming Requirements
Pre-Programmed
Output Power
0.5 W
Number of Channels
22
Frequency Range
462 MHz to 467 MHz
Display Type
Alphanumeric
Battery Life
8 hr
Battery Type
Rechargeable NiMH
Number of Radios Included
2
Number of Batteries Included
2
Number of Chargers Included
1
Types of Chargers Included
Desktop Charger
Waterproof
No
IP Rating
IPX4
Intrinsically Safe
No
VOX (Voice Operated Exchange)
Yes
Navigation Aids
None
Maximum Outdoor Range
28 mi
Inside Area Range
250,000 sq ft
Floor Coverage
8
Color
Black; Orange
Width
2-1/4 in
Length
1-3/8 in
Height
6-1/8 in
Includes
(2) Belt Clips; Micro USB Charging Cable
Features
Auto Squelch; Battery Meter; Channel Scan; Keypad Lock; Keystroke Tones; Monitor Mode; Roger Beep
Standards
FCC; IC
Display Qty
1
Display Sell UOM
EA
UNSPSC
43191510
Country of Origin
Philippines (subject to change)
Product Description

FRS and GMRS personal radios operate in a small range of the ultra-high frequency (UHF) band to coordinate indoor and outdoor group or family activities. They enable communication for vehicle caravans, camping, sporting events, field trips, and similar pursuits that don't require the wider frequency range, more advanced features, and heavier duty construction of UHF business radios. These two-way radios transmit and receive messages over radio frequencies that work where cellular coverage may be spotty, overloaded, or unavailable. They operate on either Family Radio Service (FRS) or General Mobile Radio Service (GMRS), which are compatible services that share a group of channels. FRS and GMRS radios can talk to each other when set to the same channel. FRS is a license-free service with more limited range and fewer channels than GMRS, which requires a Federal Communications Commission (FCC) license to use.