Midland G477XT 80CH 5W UHF CB handheld

Brand: Midland Australia
Product Code: G477XT
Price:
$181.50

Small and with an ultra compact design, MIDLAND G477 XT is a Citizen Band UHF transceiver operating on the Australian 477MHz. The robust frame and ease of use make of the G477 the ideal radio to bring along in many situations.

The G477 incorporates all the functions that you would expect to see on the latest and most advanced transceivers and guarantee maximum reliability, so as to be considered a professional radio for free use. It is equipped with a high capacity Lithium battery, other key features include an LCD backlit display and scrambler to protect your communications in terms of privacy.

The radio can be used in Australia or New Zealand without any license and is compliant with AS/NZS 4365:2011. Australian/New Zealand Standard for Radiocommunications equipment used in the UHF Citizen Band radio service

Main functions
DCS Tones in RX/TX
LCD display with backlight
Low battery indicator
Auto power save: automatic current economy circuit
38 CTCSS tones in TX and RX
Squelch
Buttons for the channel selection
SCAN function
Scrambler
Keypad lock
Hi/low power selection
Roger Beep on/off
VOX for hands-free communications
2 Pin jack for ext. mike / ext. speaker (with Kenwood plug

Technical specifications
Frequency Range 476.425 to 477.4 Mhz
Number of channels 80 - simplex 1 - 80 - semi duplex 1-8, 41-48
CTCSS/DCS 38 CTCSS/210I + 210N DCS
Vox Adjustable on 9 levels
Operate with battery pack 1300mAh (Li-Ion)
Duty cycle 5/5/90 Up to 12 hours with 1300mAh BP (Li-Ion)
Display Backlit multi-function LCD
Transmission power 5W (high)
Working temperature 0° + 55°C
Weight 200 g including battery and antenna
Dimensions (WxHxD) 100 x 59 x 30 mm
Connections Audio accessory jack
Accessory jack 2 pin, Kenwood type

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