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RM-60 VHF 60-Watt Mobile Radio
RM-60 VHF 60-Watt Mobile Radio
With 20% more power than the VX2200, the RM-60 VHF Radio packs 60 watts of power for maximum performance and distance. In addition to the long range capabilites, the RM-60 offers incredible features making it the new leader in VHF radio communications.

Simple operation and an uncluttered face makes the RM-60 easy to operate. With 5 front facing programming buttons, the RM-60 is easy to program and adjust functions.

The programmable hand mic allows additional programming and functions such as channel scanning, power level selection, squelch adjustment, keypad lock, scan skip, time-out-timer, and more. And, if you're riding at night, you can switch on the microphone backlight to illuminate the keypad.

The RM-60 has more features than you'll probably ever need, but all these options are what makes the RM-60 such a strong and versatile 2-way mobile radio.

Whether your prerunning the next desert race, or exploring the Dunes in Glamis, the new RM-60 Radio is the perfect choice to stay in contact with friends and family. Work, Race, Play... Rugged Radios is the Authority in Communications!

Features:
  • VHF frequency 136-174 Mhz
  • Powerful 60 watts of power
  • 25~35 mile range
  • 200 programmable channels
  • Dozens of preprogrammed offroad channels
  • DCS/CTCSS tone code capable
  • Channel scan
  • Adjustable squelch
  • Channel edit
  • Tone code scan
  • Adjustable power level
  • Keypad lockout
  • Backlit hand mic
  • Vehicle voltage indictor
  • Time-out-timer
  • Busy channel lockout
Dimensions:
5.5"W x 7.5"D x 1.5"T

Includes:
  • VHF RM60 Radio
  • Hand Mic
  • U-Bracket
  • 6' power cable with inline fuse
  • Mounting hardware
  • Owners manual

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