Set up portable UHF CB communication in your 4WD without any dramas, with the super easy to install TX3120SPNP Super Compact 5 Watt UHF CB Radio Plug 'n' Play Kit from GME.
Installing this kit is an absolute cakewalk as it’ll be ready to go in under 30 seconds with no soldering, cutting, or drilling needed. The kit includes a TX3120S UHF CB radio along with a suction cup mount, 12V DC cigarette lighter lead and a magnetic antenna so you can just remove it to transfer between different vehicles without a hassle. The radio itself is compact so you can make the most of limited space, has a dynamic speaker microphone, rotary controls for channel and volume selection, and a wide full spectrum back-lit LCD screen so that it’s easier to read at a glance.
It’s also got dynamic volume control, ScanSuite™ digital scanning technology, and digital signal processing. Easy to install, use, and affordable, the TX3120SPNP Super Compact 5 Watt UHF CB Radio Plug 'n' Play Kit from GME is perfect for beginner adventurers.
Installs in just 30 seconds
No soldering, cutting, or drilling needed
Compact design to make the most of your space
Can be removed and transferred between different vehicles easily
Dynamic speaker microphone
Rotary controls for channel and volume selection
Wide full spectrum back-lit LCD screen
Dynamic volume control
ScanSuite™ digital scanning technology
Digital signal processing
Includes: UHF CB Radio (TX3120S), Speaker Microphone (MC311B), Suction Cup Mount, Magnetic Antenna (AE4026), Microphone Mounting Bracket (MB205), 12V DC Lead (LE09) & Mounting Hardware
Radio 10W x 9.8D x 2.4H cm | Microphone 5.3W x 3.9D x 8.1H cm | Antenna 4W x 4D x 10.2H cm
29W x 26D x 6.5H cm
Plastic | Die−Cast Alloy
Current − <180 mA muted | 600 mA @ max. A.F output
Can you tell me in km what the broadcast distance is
Ben - Burpengary, QLD(1 year ago)
GME do not make any distance claims on any of their radios due to all the variables in conditions and environment. They obviously advertise the full transmission power, but 2 people with the same radio may have vastly different broadcast distances due to the above factors. In absolutely ideal conditions, eg across the hay plain, you could possibly have up to 25km on a 5 watt fixed UHF radio. In other circumstances, you may only get 5-10km.