Helida CP-UV2000 Tri Band VHF / 220 / UHF Pure Amateur Ham Fox Hunters Radio

Helida

  • $149.99 CAD
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Why settle for a small screen when you can have a large colour screen? Why settle for 2 bands when you can have 3? Why settle at all? With the Helida CP-UV2000 there is no need to. A premium screen, easy programming, and access to 3 bands worth of repeaters is within reach.

 

Enjoy Fox Hunting? So does the CP-UV2000. A numerical indicator of receive signal strength is present on this radio. Get a very granular reading of RX and direction find with ease using this unique feature.

 

Compatible with Wouxun speaker microphones, and SMA-F antennas.

 

Enjoy EASY, 3 step programming!

  • Step 1: Enter the repeater output via the keypad
  • Step 2: Set the tone via the menu
  • Step 3: Set the repeater input via the menu

Enjoy your QSO! - Saving to a memory channel is just as easy, use the menu, select an open channel (It will be blue not red in colour) and save! No need to go back and forth like other brands and save separate frequencies for the repeater. One step saving does it all with the Helida CP-UV2000

 

 

General Specifications

Frequency range

144-148MHz / 220-225MHz / 430-450MHz

Number of channels

 128

Frequency stability

±2.5ppm

Operating temperature range 

-30℃~70℃

Operating voltage

DC:7.4V

Frequency Step

2.5/5/6.25/10/12.5/20/25KHz

Antenna impedance

50Ω

Dimensions (W/O Antenna)

58×120×34mm

Weight

300g

TX Specifications

RF power output

5W(4W 220/UHF) / 3W

Type of modulation

FM

Emission class

16KØF3E / 11KØF3E

Maximum deviation

≤5.0kHz(W) / ≤2.5kHz(N)

Spurious Emissions

≤65dB

Audio Distortion

≤5%

Transmitter current

≤1.6A

RX Specifications

Receiver sensitivity

-122dBm (at 12dB SINAD)

Intermodulation

≥65dB / ≥60dB

S/N

≥-45dB / ≥-40dB

Rated Audio Power Output

≤0.5W

 

 YES! You Can Program It Out Of The Box

 

Sceptical? Download The Quick Start Guide Here

 


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