Easily correspond with colleagues at the worksite, with the TX6160XYTP Handheld Radio Twin Pack Yellow from GME.
The radios in this pack have a bright coloured exterior for easy identification from a distance, featuring 5-watt transmission power and VOX hands-free mode. Providing up to 30 hours of battery life with a rugged construction, the IP67 ingress protection allows performance in all kinds of conditions. Improved channel scan speed, rotary power/volume control knob for easy operation, and a built-in LED torch for illumination has this device a crafty communicator. With two handheld radios too, this kit also provides two earpiece microphones, two waterproof speaker microphones and charging options that pack away into a durable carry case for transport.
Be it for engineering, council, mining, or construction - the TX6160XYTP Handheld Radio Twin Pack Yellow from GME will come in handy.
Bright yellow chassis for visibility
5-watt transmission power
VOX hands-free mode
30 hours of battery life
IP67 ingress protection
Improved channel scan speed
Rotary power/volume control knob so that it’s easy to operate
Built-in LED torch for illumination
Includes: 2 x Yellow 5 Watt UHF CB Handheld Radios (TX6160XY), 2 x 2600mAh Li-Ion Battery Packs (BP026Y), 2 x IP67 Waterproof Speaker Microphones (MC011), 2 x Ear-piece Style Microphones (HS015), Dual Desktop Rapid Charger BCD021), Rugged Carry Case, 12V DC Vehicle Charger (BCV007), AC Adaptor (PS002) & 2 x Belt Clips (MB045)
Radio 5.9W x 4.1 / 5.2D x 10.2 / 18.5H cm | Charging Cradle 7.9W x 10.7D x 4.3H cm
33W x 12.5D x 28H cm
2.8 Kg | 2x Radios, Accessories & Carry Case
Approx. Weight inc. Batt's:
0.280 Kg each
Plastic | Polycarbonate | Rubber
Built−in LED Torch
Dual Desktop Charging Cradle 12V DC | AC Adaptor 240V AC 1A
AC Adaptor 12V DC 1A | Maximum Audio Output: >0.5 watt max. (8 Ohm)
How many kilometers range can I expect with no interference from hills, etc ( ie straight roads)
Jenni - Craigie, WA(2 years ago)
GME don't provide distance specifications, are there's no universal answer and a whole host of variables that can affect this, not just hills. A quick google search shows that 5 watts will generally cover you around 15km. So you'd probably be safe to use this as a rough guide.