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Entel HT983

Entel HT983 - sea portable radio, which has certified ATEX II2GExibIIC T4. Radios meet military standard MIL-STD810 C / D / E / F and standard for dust-moisture protection IP68 - withstands immersion to a depth of 5 meters in one hour. The kit includes a lithium-ion battery capacity of 1800 mAh, which counts the number of charge / discharge cycles of the battery and displays it on the LCD display, as well as warning of the imminent end of its life.
 
Marine portable radio Entel HT983 is compatible with a variety of accessories, such as headsets and chargers. Entel HT983 has a powerful speaker and two power output levels. A connector for accessories is protected against shocks.
 
Specifications:
  • Frequency range: 400 - 470MHz
  • Channel numbers: LCD 16 channels, LCD 255 channels
  • Channel spacing: 12.5 kHz / 25 kHz
  • Communication simplex / half duplex
  • Antenna Impedance 50 ohm
  • Flexible Antenna / truncated
  • Battery Type: 2000 mAh Li-Ion battery
  • Supply voltage: 7.4V DC
  • Power consumption (nominal) 40mA
  • The duty cycle (5.5.90) 14.5 hours
  • Operating temperature from -20 to + 55 C
  • Size (mm) 59.5 (W) x 130 (H) x 37 (D)
  • Weight 277g with battery and antenna
Transmitter
  • The output power of 1 W
  • Modulation 8K0G3E / 16K0G3E
  • PLL Oscillator Method
  • 2.5PPM Frequency Stability
  • The maximum deviation of 2,5 kHz (narrow) / 5 kHz (Wide)
  • Audio Distortion <5% (1 kHz, 60%)
  • Spurious Emission -68 [dBc]
  • Hum & Noise -40 [dB]
Receiver
  • Receiver Type: Double superheterodyne
  • Sensitivity -0.25uV (12dB SINAD)
  • 2.5PPM Frequency Stability
  • False rejection of 70 dB
  • Adjacent Channel Selectivity -60 dB (Narrow), -70 dB (Wide)
  • Distortion <5% (1 kHz, 60%)
  • Hum & Noise -40 dB
  • Audio Output 1W

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