Uniden Mini 80 Channel UHF Radio With USB Charging Port - UH5030 - Vehicle Safe
Uniden Mini 80 Channel UHF Radio With USB Charging Port - UH5030 - Vehicle Safe
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Uniden Mini 80 Channel UHF Radio With USB Charging Port - UH5030 - Vehicle Safe
Uniden Mini 80 Channel UHF Radio With USB Charging Port - UH5030 - Vehicle Safe





Uniden Mini 80 Channel UHF Radio With USB Charging Port - UH5030

$229.00

"At Vehicle Safe We Only Supply Quality Products, For Australian Conditions"

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For those operating trade machinery and agricultural vehicles, the Uniden UH5030 UHF CB mobile radio is a compact communication solution, keeping colleagues seamlessly connected throughout the day.


– Mini Compact Size 26mm (H) X 100mm (W) x 90mm (D)
– Large Screen / 4-Way Integrated Buttons
– 12/24 Voltage Suitable For Any Vehicle
– USB Charge Port
– 80 UHF Narrowband Channels*
– 7 Colour LCD / Backlit Options
– 5W Transmission Power
– Signal Strength and RF Power (S/RF) Meter
– Instant Channel Programming and Recall
– Open Scan
– Voice Enhancer
– Group Scan
– Monitor On/Off Function
– Duplex Capability
– Key Beep On/Off Function
– Rotary Volume Knob
– Busy Channel Lock-Out Function
– Roger Beep Function On/Off
– Voice Scramble Function
– Call Tones
– Auto Squelch
– Volume Control
– Power On/Off Control Switch
– External Speaker Jack
– CTCSS and DCS
– Designed and Engineered in Japan
– Built Rugged for Australian and New Zealand Conditions

INCLUDES:
– 1 X UH5030 UHF Radio
– 1 X Standard Microphone
– 1 X Microphone Hanger
– 1 X DC Power Cord
– 1 X Mounting Bracket
– 1 X Owner Manual

  • Delivery is free for all orders over $80. Otherwise, delivery is $8-$25 depending on the items you plan to purchase.
  • Once your product has shipped, it usually takes 2 to 3 business days in USA, 3 to 8 in Europe. 5 to 15 for the rest of the world
  • You can return your product up to 14 days after receiving your order.Please make sure that the products are not used.
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