➤ UP TO 8 MILES RANGE: A further and more impressive communication range comes from the 10W high power feature. The Radioddity GA-510 can be set in 3 power modes (high/medium/low) (10W, 5W, 1W) to give you the best talking quality under different circumstances.
➤ MANUAL PROGRAMMING: Radioddity GA-510 supports full manual programming. You can directly add or delete any preset channel on the radio iteslf. PC programming is no longer a necessity, but is still an option.
➤ 96 HOURS BATTERY LIFE: Due to two 2200mAh high-capacity batteries this radio has a continuous working time of 12 hours under 10W (high) power mode, 24 hours life under 5W/1W (med/low) power mode and 96 hours on standby.
➤ DUAL BAND, DUAL WATC, DUAL DISPLAY: The Radioddity GA-510 is a dual band radio with both UHF and VHF modes. You can set 2 frequencies or channels on the same screen and receive 2 signals at the same time.
➤ TECHNICAL & CUSTOMER SERVICEE SUPPORT: 18 months warranty and 60 days no reason easy return. Shop with confidence!
Radioddity GA-510 is a dual-band tri-power handheld radio based on a new generation chip with up to 10W of high power output. In addition, the Ga-501 has many other useful functions such as dual channel monitoring, VOX, voice prompt, and manual programming.
3 Ways of Scanning
GA-510 has three different scanning options (time scanning, carrier scanning, search scanning) for your use meet various requirements.
Dual Working Modes
One key operation to switch working mode between frequency mode and channel mode. Simple and fast.
SOS Alarm Function
Like no other analog radios, GA-510 come with an SOS button at the top of the radio. You can activate the alarming by simply pressing and holding the orange button for 2s.
Double Battery Life
The two 2200mAh high-capacity batteries make sure you’re always on-line when doing outside activities like camping, hiking, fishing or sports events.
SOS Alarm Button
CTCSS / DCS / Tone-burst
3 Ways of Scanning Function
Dual Band Dual Watch Dual Display
Frequency / Channel Mode Switching
Keypad Auto Lock
Tx Over Time Setting
Backlight Time Setting
Frequency range (MHz): VHF/UHF
Memory channels: 128
Supply voltage: DC 7.4V
Mode of operation: Simplex or semi-duplex
Frequency step (kHz): 2.5K/5.0K/6.25K/10.0K/12.5K/20.0K/25.0K/50.0K
Frequency stability: ±2. 5ppm
Antenna impedance: 50 Ohm
Operating temperature: -20OC to +60OC
Duty cycle: 03/03/54 min. (Rx/ Tx/ Standby)
Consumption: ≤75mA (standby) | 380mA (reception) | ≤1.4A(transmission)
Radio weight (g): 0.66lb | 300g
Dimensions (mm): 4.27in x 2.17in x 1.17in | 120mm X 55mm X 30mm
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