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Mitex Professional PMR 446 Single Pack

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About this product

Overview

  • Single Mitex Professional PMR 446 two-way radio
  • Keep in touch at work or in the country
  • Get in contact up to 10km away

Product overview

• Single Mitex Professional PMR 446 two-way radio
• Keep in touch at work or in the country
• Get in contact up to 10km away
• 16 channels on this PMR 446 unit
• Comes with an individual charging dock and a rechargeable lithium ion battery
• No licence required

Where can I use this two-radio?
This Mitex professional PMR 446 is perfect for use at work or at festivals. The radio comes with 15 pre-programmed channels and a handy scan function. It is compatible out of the box with Motorola, Kenwood and Icom PMR 446 units, as well as other Mitex PMR 446 units. With clear communication and no need for a call plan or wires, this licence-free PMR radio is a great alternative to mobile or land line phones.

How far away can I use this PMR 446 radio?
This handset can communicate up to 10km away under ideal conditions. Using in built up areas or with obstructions between handsets will reduce the range of the radio. For more covert uses or to reduce background noise, you can plug in a compatible headset. You can even use optional voice activated transmission (VOX) for hands-free communications.

Mitex PMR 446 radios are compatible with Kenwood-style headsets. See our range of Mitex headsets and accessories here.

What is this radio compatible with?
This Mitex radio with 16 channel is compatible with a range of other PMR 446 radios out of the box. Channels 1-3 are compatible with Motorola, channels 4-6 are compatible with Kenwood and 7-9 with Icom. The radio has Mitex frequencies on channels 10-15 and a scan function on channel 16. The key lock stops you from accidentally changing channel and missing incoming messages. Mitex can upgrade this radio to a PMR Pro unit for a small charge (you would need a Business Radio Light Licence for use if upgraded).

How long can I use this radio for?
With 10-12 hours of talk time, you should be able to use this PMR radio for an entire work shift on a full charge. With its built-in lithium ion battery and individual mains charger, you can charge the radio from any mains socket. The handset comes with a belt clip and loop fasteners to secure your radio while you use them. It is pre-programmed and ready to use as soon as the radio is charged.

* Some options are pre-programmed by Mitex. To change will need programming by manufacturer

Specification

Dimensions & Weight

Width:

52mm

Depth:

28mm

Height:

110mm

Weight:

200g

Power Specifications

Talktime:

12hours

Standby Time:

48hours

Operating Specifications

Channels:

16

CTCSS:

50

DCS:

168

Frequency Range:

400000 to 470000 kHz

Channel Step:

5, 6.25 Pre Programmed by Mitex* kHzkHz

Product Specifications

VOX Function:

Yes

Roger Bleep:

No

Pack Size:

1

Out Of Range Alert:

No

Headset/Microphone Socket:

Yes

Adjustable Squelch:

Yes

does this product work underground?

Asked by: melody
Unfortunately, we cannot guarantee compatibility underground.
Answered by: Billy
Date published: 2017-06-28

How far can it be workable in the countryside? Is it compatible with other stations? What are its main advantages from "Mitex General 5W Pro PMR", if there are at all? Can it be used in any country? Is there any other radio with more workable distance?

Asked by: Assan
Most of the information you have requested is presented in the product description. How far away can I use this PMR 446 radio? This handset can communicate up to 10km away under ideal conditions. Using in built up areas or with obstructions between handsets will reduce the range of the radio. What is this radio compatible with? This Mitex radio with 16 channel is compatible with a range of other PMR 446 radios out of the box. Channels 1-3 are compatible with Motorola, channels 4-6 are compatible with Kenwood and 7-9 with Icom. The radio has Mitex frequencies on channels 10-15 and a scan function on channel 16. The 5W radios are more powerful but have to registered and an operator licence applied for. The units are designed for use in the UK, if you intend to use elsewhere you should check suitability/legality of usage in that country.
Answered by: Les
Date published: 2017-01-30

I have a Tti txl 446 I would like to no dus it work on ctc and dcs  frequencies thank you 

Asked by: Covlad
This information can be located on the specification table : CTCSS 50 DCS 168
Answered by: Brad
Date published: 2016-01-01

I have a Tti  txl. 446  would the mitex work on the same  frequencies 

Asked by: Covlad21
Unfortunately we are unable to guarantee full compatibility for this item in your intended application.
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2015-12-29

Do these come with a belt clip?

Asked by: Graham68
Yes this is provided with the item.
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2015-09-15

Would this be a good devise to use in a business environment for round about 8 people?

Asked by: anna
I am pleased to advise the product you mentioned will do exactly what you require.
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2015-07-17

Will these work with any PMR radio or is it only the ones stated?

Asked by: Jack
This should fine with any other radio on the PMR frequency (46.0060-446.0935 MHz)
Answered by: Les
Date published: 2015-07-17

What's the range and total range for this Radio

Asked by: Smiddy
The range of PMR446, just like any VHF or UHF radio, is dependent on many factors like environment (in-city range is far less than in an open field), height above surrounding obstructions, and, to a lesser extent, weather conditions. The antenna type and location, transmit power and receive sensitivity also affect range. However with PMR446 most of these variables are fixed at manufacturing to comply with the PMR446 specifications. Most of the time the maximum range that a user in a city can expect is a few hundred metres or less. Range may be many kilometres, for example between hilltops, or only a few hundred metres, if for example a hill or large metal object is in the transmission path between radios.
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2017-01-27
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