ICOM IC-E7 Handheld VHF/UHF Transceiver Leveres kun på spesialbestilling
Wideband receive capability
IC-E7 outputs an economical 1.5W on 2m band and 1.0W on 70cm band. The built-in wideband receiver covers from 0.495MHz to 999.990MHz with FM WFM and AM modes; you will be able to listen to FM, Analogue TV (audio) and other utility communications. In addition, TV channels and short wave broadcast stations are pre-programmed.
Li-Ion battery pack and desktop rapid charger supplied as standard
A large capacity 1800mAh battery pack, BP-243 is supplied with the IC-E7. It provides 20 hours* of operating time or 15 hours of continuous receive capability. The supplied BC-164 Li-Ion rapid charger charges the BP-243 in approximately 3 hours.
* Tx:Rx:Stand-by =5:5:90
Stylish design and simple operation
Customer feedback has shaped the design of the IC-E7. While a minimum number of buttons provide quick and easy operation, its metal plating tuning knob on the front panel gives the IC-E7 a stylish appearance not seen before in any Ham radio.
Total 1250 alphanumeric memory channels
The IC-E7 has 1000 regular channels, 50 band scan edges and 200 auto memory write channels. Regular memory channels can be grouped into 18 memory banks (Max. 100 channels per bank). When naming channels and banks with 6-digit letters and numbers, the IC-E7 can display the channel and bank names.
Multiple scan functions
The IC-E7 supports 10 scan types for ease of use:
• Bank link scan The bank link scan provides dynamic memory scanning. You can set the bank link on/off for each memory bank and it only scans busy channels from the selected banks.
• Auto memory write scan The auto memory write scan is a convenient combination of scanning and writing memory channels. This function automatically stores detected frequencies and modes in the auto memory write bank. You can check the auto memory write channels later and transfer them to regular memory channels with alphanumeric channel names.
• Other scan types
- Full scan.
- Selected band scan.
- Programmed scan.
- Bank scan.
- Memory scan.
- Skip scan.
- Priority scan.
- Tone scan.
DTCS, CTCSS tone squelch operation
CTCSS and DTCS tones are used for opening a repeater or tone squelch operation such as tone squelch and pocket beep for quiet stand-by. The pocket beep alerts the operator with a beep sound, when the transceiver receives a signal containing a preset tone.
- Auto power off
- Auto power save
- Built-in 10dB attenuator
- Automatic squelch.