Intek MT 5050 MT 5050 UHF FM PMR446 LPD 433 MHz Handlheld Radio

Intek MT 5050 MT 5050 UHF FM PMR446 LPD 433 MHz Handlheld Radio

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Intek MT-5050 is a Licence Free PMR446 and LPD Two-Way Radio covering both the PMR446 and LPD433 bands. This radio is very popular with users who perform a very simple modification to increase the radios power to 5w (please note the radio would not be then legal for use within Europe).This is an ideal radio for anyone looking for a durable, powerful professional radio - and is particularly popular with hill walkers and hikers. The Intek MT5050 offers some unique features normally only found on progessional licensed radios, these include adjustable squelch (6 setting), a 6-Bar Digital Signal Meter and a Voice Scrambler function for private conversation.It's high capacity 1500 mAh Ni-MH batteries allows for over 40 hours battery life. Specifications38 CTCSS tones8 PMR and 69 LPD channelsVOX for hands-free communicationsVoice Scrambler FunctionRoger Beep on/offBattery low indicator4 sensitivity settings5 Call tonesAdjustable squelchHigh/low power selectionDual Watch8 Memory channelsKey lockAutomatic battery saver6-Bar Digital S / RF MeterCan run on 5x AA batteries.Dimensions: 195 x 60 x 40 mmStandard MT5050 Package Includes1500 mAh Rechargeable Ni-MH Battery PackIntek MT5050 PMR446/LPD RadioBelt ClipUser GuideChargerLegal notice: The Intek MT-5050 is capable of transmission on some of the 70cm amateur band, using the LPD channels. For example; LPD channel 18 operates on 433.500MHz. As such it can be legally modified to operate on these bands under UK/EU legislation (subject to the operator holding the correct amateur radio licence). It can also be modified to give an increased 4/5w output power, whilst this would not be legal to use within the UK it would allow the radio to be used on a higher power setting where licensing rules do not apply (e.g. some countries outside of Europe).Please note that within Europe (and some other countries) modifying this radio to increase power would be illegal, equally modifying this unit to transmit on frequencies on the amateur bands would also be illegal, unless you hold a current licence. Please check with your local licensing authority before making any modifications to this unit!