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Introducing the IC-F29DR Digital, Waterproof and Licence-Free Two-Way Business Radio

Introducing the IC-F29DR Digital, Waterproof and Licence-Free Two-Way Business Radio

For those organisations that are looking for a simple, waterproof, licence-free two-way digital radio system with a high degree of encryption then the IC-F29DR digital business radio is the solution. Not only is this radio incredibly easy to use, it is also waterproof and has long battery life, making it very suitable for a wide range of industry and business sectors.

This new radio utilises 6.25kHz narrow digital channel spacing meaning that in urban areas, where analogue PMR446 often experiences channel congestion, users will now have less interference. The IC-F29DR can also be used with other analogue radios. The mixed mode operation means that organisations looking to replace older PMR446 radios are able to do this over a period of time.

The IC-F29DR is simple to operate with just three controls: transmit button, volume control and rotary channel selector. These simple controls make it ideal for shift work where the radio is often passed from person to person.

The lithium Ion battery pack provides up to 26 hours of operation, meaning that the IC-F29DR will last an entire shift and more.

Ian Lockyer, Marketing Manager for Icom UK said, 'This digital business radio is extremely compact, simple to use and offers high performance at a great price. The waterproof and dustproof protection will provide extra reliability for business users.'

For more information about this product, visit the IC-F29DR product page. Alternatively, contact our sales team on 01227 741741 or via email us at the address below.

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