• Single pack Midland D200 digital/analogue two way radio
• Keep in touch at work or on the move
• Licence free Digital PMR 446 radio
• Get in contact up to 12km away in open conditions
• 16 pre-set channels – eight digital and eight analogue (with 52 CTCSS tones and 166 DCS codes)
• Comes with a high capacity 1800mAh batteryWhat can I use this two way radio with?
You can communicate with digital and analogue PMR 446s with this two way radio. Digital radios give you increased clarity and reduced interference for a better quality of information. They are also less frequently used, giving you even more free channels. There’s no need to upgrade all your PMRs at once, as the D200 can still talk to analogue units with eight analogue channels available. This two way radio offers a great way to keep in contact outdoors or at work without the need for licenses and call plans.
What is the range on this two way radio?
The PMR unit can reach distances of up to 12km in an open space without obstructions. Range can be limited by obstructions like trees, buildings, hills, vehicles and even other people. How built up an areas is will affect reception and range. In open areas with obstructions such as trees and houses the unit will reach between four and six kilometres, and in heavily built up areas the range will be between one and two kilometres.
How many channels do these radios have?
Whether you have current analogue radios or are looking to upgrade to digital radios, this PMR can keep up with you. The two way radio comes with eight analogue channels (channels 1-8) and eight digital channels (channels 9-16). There are even more frequencies available digitally, so you can get the best channel possible.
How long can I use this radio for?
With its high capacity 1800mAh battery, you’ll get plenty of use out of this radio. When your battery runs low just plug it into the charger. The battery only take six hours to fully recharge, and the radios come with a battery power saver feature. The radio has a 2-pin Kenwood style socket for optional headsets, earpieces and microphones.
Using optional programming software (not included) you can customise your radio further, giving it group and individual call capabilities, voice functions to let you know what your radio is doing, a 32-bit scrambler and voice activated transmission.