THE MXPW500 AND MXPW115 INTEGRATE MIDLAND’S GMRS MOBILE RADIOS INTO AMMO CANS FOR PORTABLE USE
The MXT500 Portable Base Station comes with a powerful 10Ah LifePo4 built into a genuine surplus 5.56 ammo can. The base station is waterproof and nearly crushproof, allowing you to take your MicroMobile on the go without worrying about battery life. MXT500 Radio NOT INCLUDED. This product is excluded from all promotions.
Made in the USA.
Volt Meter & Amp Meter
Charge with Solar (MXPW01) or AC
3 Stage Solar – Up to 60 Watts
3 AMP USB Port
Laser Engraved Faceplate
3 Watt Dual Speakers
Waterproof & Nearly Crushproof
2 Sets of Power Poles
Size 12.75″ x 8.625″
10Ah LiFePo4 Battery
5.9 x 2.6 x 3.7 inches; 2.64 Pounds
Nominal Voltage: 12.8V
Charging Voltage: 14.6±0.2V
Charge efficiency: Reaches full charge in 2 hours or less.
Self-discharge rate when not in use: Only 2% per month.
Consistent power: same amperage even when below 50% battery life.
Small & Lightweight
No maintenance needed.
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