WHAT MAKES IT UNIQUE?
Synchronize Display Mode
Scrambler/Inversion, DTMF, 5Tone, 2Tone, CTCSS, and DCS Calling Modes (Remote Kill/Stun Supported)
A new easy programming user’s guide
Menus, Programming, and Reset Lockout
Auto Power Off Function
Dual Watch Delay Time: Allows the receiver to stay on the secondary channel longer after incoming transmission – customize the delay up to 50 seconds; This avoids manually channel switching when you are engaged with simulaneous contacts on two frequencies
RECCOMENDED ACCESSORIESPair the UV-2501 with the Nagoya UT-72 Magnetic Mount Antenna for easy installation with the UHF antenna connectors.
The PC04 FTDI Cable is recommended for easier computer programming
WIDE FREQUENCY COVERAGEThe UV-2501 provides extended receiver coverage of 136-174Mhz and 400-520Mhz (beyond the Amateur bands), so you can keep informed of communication activities in the public safety, commercial, and government communications ranges. The UV-2501 is able to Transmit on Narrowband (12.5kHz) and Wideband (25kHz).
DUAL WATCH RECEIVERThe UV-2501 operates as two radios in one, with either 144 MHz or 430 MHz as the “Main” TX/RX band, while simultaneously watching the other band. And, if you like, you can configure your UV-2501 for VHF-VHF or UHF-UHF operation, too!
SIMULTANEOUS DISPLAYFor those that want to have the most information at their fingertips on a specific channel – they can synchronize the displays. You can configure the displays to synchronize and allow both the Channel Name and frequency to simultaneously display on the selected channel.
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HIGH POWER OUTPUTTo get your message through when it counts, the UV-2501 puts out 25 Watts of power on the VHF band, and 20 Watts on UHF.
FM BROADCAST STATIONYou can listen to the FM Broadcast radio, while still monitoring your radio frequencies in the background. Any incoming call will be given priority insuring you never miss an important call while listening to the radio.
GROUP TONES SUPPORTEDThe UV-2501 supports the most common Analog Tones. It supports CTCSS, DCS, 2Tone, 5Tone, Voice Inversion, and DTMF calling methods. Set-up your calling methods to call by group tones. Tone calling (private line) is required by most repeater applications and the UV-2501 supports the latest standards.
The UV-2501 can even send DTMF tones. This allows for sending ANI (Caller ID) or remote commands that require DTMF tones; or it can receive incoming DTMF tones to allow for remote stun or kill commands
FULLY CUSTOMIZABLE THROUGH THE FREE SOFTWAREYou can program your UV-2501 exactly how you want it. There are 200 programmable memory channels. You can add or remove channels from scanning list. You can give channels alphanumeric names. The radio has an available low power setting of 10 watts, allowing you to choose how far you can communicate. You can easily program from a PC to set-up the radio to operate exactly as needed. (The PC04 FTDI Cable is recommended for easy programming)
WHAT’S IN THE BOX?BTECH UV-2501 MobileMounting Bracket and Hardware
Remote Speaker Mic and Mic Bracket
Inline Fuse and DC Connectors
25KHz/12.5KHz Switchable (Wide/Narrow Band)FM Radio (65.0MHz-108.0MHz)
Large Tri-color LCD Display (3 Selectable Colors)
High /Low RF Power Switchable
50 CTCSS/ 104 DCS Tones
Voice Inversion (Scrambling) Support
Transmitter time-out timer(TOT)
Busy channel lock-out(BCLO)
UV-2501 MINI SPECIFICATIONSFrequency range:[TX] 136 – 174MHz, 400 – 520MHz
[RX] 136 – 174MHz, 400 – 520MHz, 68-108MHz (FM Broadcast)
25KHz (wide band)12.5KHz (narrow band)
≤0.25μV (wide band) ≤0.35μV (narrow band)
13.6V DC ±20%
Antenna Connector: SO-239
25W / 10W
Audio Power Output
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