The IC-V86 gives you more audio, more RF power, more coverage and more battery capacity in a compact, MIL-STD portable. With 1.5W of receive audio power and a new chassis design, the IC-V86 enables users to hear incoming signals in loud, noisy environments. The IC-V86 expands users radios coverage with 7W of RF output power and the new 2250mAh Li-Ion battery pack provides longer operational capabilities.
|207 (200 regular, 6 scan edges, 1 call)|
The IC-V86 tested to and passed MIL-STD-810 C, D, E, F & G environmental tests.
|Low Pressure||500.5||I, II|
|High Temp.||501.5||I, II|
|Low Temp.||502.5||I, II|
|Rain Blowing/Drip||506.5||I, III|
Also meets equivalent MIL-STD-810-C, -D, -E and -F.
|Ingress Protection Standard|
|Dust & Water||IP67 (Dust-tight and waterproof protection)|
- Selectable volume level, VFO/memory channel selection control
- Integrated VOX function
- Built-in CTCSS/DTCS encoder/decoder and tone scan
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