The FT-252 2 Meter Mono Band Amateur FM Handheld Transceiver
Yaesu is pleased to announce our new FT-252 144 MHz (FT 257 430 MHz) Compact, High Performance 5W Mono Band FM Handheld Transceivers. The rugged construction of this new handheld ensures that itis ready for service whenever needed. This unit is designed to provide easy operation featuring a large Display and 800mW of loud useful audio.
The FT 252 is the best choice for a simple operation handheld for amateur radio commucations around town or at any ham operator / family event or activity. This is the kind of economical yet reliable handheld every licensed member of the family ought to carry!
The FT-252 is ruggedly constructed with Waterproof bodies that are sealed tight to meet IPX5 rating requirements. They are packed with popular and valuable features demanded by Amateur Radio operators around the world including 200 memory channels with 10 flexible memory banks, CTCSS/DCS encode/decode, Multiple scanning mode, Dual-watch, Automatic Repeater Shifit , and Automatic Transponder System (ATS).
FT 252 Features:
-Economical, Compact, Rugged, Reliable – The Perfect Combination
-5 Watts Stable RF Power
-Waterproof Construction – IPX5
-800 mW of Loud Clear Audio for noisy field operation
-200 Memory Channels with Alphanumeric Tags
-10 Memory Banks for Channel Allocation
-Adjustable RF Squelch
-Battery Voltage Display
-Automatic Repeater Shift
-CTCSS and DCS Encode/Decode feature
-Scanning Mode : VFO/ Memory/ PMS/ Dual Watch
-Busy Channel Lock-Out
-Transmit Time-Out-Timer and Automatic Power-Off
-ATS (Automatic Transponder System)
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