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Midland XT511 Base Camp 2-Way Communication Radio with Crank

B&H # MIXT511 Mfr # XT511
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You Pay: $59.95
Product Highlights
  • 22 Channels
  • Channel Scan
  • 121 Privacy Codes
  • 5 Call Alerts
  • NOAA Weather Alerts
  • 3 Levels of eVOX
  • AM/FM Radio
  • Hi/Lo Power Settings
  • Emergency Crank Power
  • Rechargeable Batteries and Charger

The XT511 Base Camp 2-Way Communication Radio with Crank from Midland is a feature-packed and convenient way to stay in touch on family outings, camping trips, and more. The radio has 22 selectable channels and a channel scan feature that automatically checks channels for activity, ensuring that you're on an open channel for clear communication. There are 121 privacy codes, giving you up to 3144 channel options to block other conversations. A dual watch feature lets you monitor 2 channels at once. An AM/FM radio lets you listen to broadcasts and music.

The radio has an automatic NOAA alert function that provides severe weather hazard information 24/7. An auto squelch feature removes annoying background noise for clear communication. Call alert has 5 different call tones to notify you of an incoming call within your group. The keypad is lockable to keep your selected settings. The silent operation mode turns off all tones for quiet, unobtrusive operation. High and low power settings let you adjust the radio's transmit power to conserve battery life.

An eVOX mode with 3 sensitivity levels provides easy voice activation for hands-free transmission only when you speak. The radio is water resistant to prevent damage from light water exposure. Mic and headphone jacks are provided, allowing you to use the the included hand mic and your favorite pair of headphones. The radio can operate on the included rechargeable battery pack or on 4 standard AA batteries (sold separately). The included AC adapter allows you to charge the radios via a wall outlet, while the DC adapter lets you charge the radio in a vehicle.

In emergency situations, you can use the radio's hand crank to recharge. Approximately 90 seconds of cranking at a rate of 2 cranks per second will provide approximately 1 hour of operating time. Other useful emergency features include a built-in flashlight, an alarm clock with snooze, and a USB connector for recharging your cell phone.

Note! Maximum range can only be achieved over water or open rural areas under optimum conditions. FCC license required. Features and specifications subject to change without notice.

Compact radio for 2-way outdoor communication
There are 22 selectable channels and a channel scan feature that automatically checks channels for activity, ensuring that you're on an open channel for clear communication
121 privacy codes give you up to 3144 channel options to help you block other conversations
A monitor function lets you check for activity within your channel, while the dual watch feature lets you monitor 2 channels
Bright backlit LCD display for use during the day or night
NOAA weather alerts provide severe weather hazard information 24/7
An AM/FM tuner lets you listen to broadcasts and music
Auto squelch feature removes annoying background noise
A "roger" beep indicates call completion
Keystroke tones provide audible tones with each key press, while silent operation mode silences all tones for quiet operation
The call alert function has 5 different tones to notify you of an incoming call from within your group
The keypad is lockable to keep your selected settings
The eVOX mode has 3 sensitivity levels for easy voice activation without an external microphone
High and low power settings let you adjust transmit power to conserve battery life
Mic and headphone jacks are provided, allowing you to use the radio with the included hand mic, as well as your favorite headphones
A battery life extender function provides longer battery life
The radio can operate on the included rechargeable battery pack or via 4 standard AA batteries. The included AC adapter provides a convenient way to charge the radio via a wall outlet, while the DC adapter lets you charge the radio using your car's lighter socket
The built-in dynamo crank lets you recharge the radio when no batteries or electricity are available. Approximately 90 seconds of cranking at a rate of 2 cranks per second will provide approximately 1 hour of operating time
Other useful emergency features include a built-in flashlight, an alarm clock with snooze, and a USB connector for recharging your cell phone
Channels 22 FRS/GMRS and 7 Weather
Frequency Band GMRS: 462.550 - 467.7125MHz
WX: 162.400 - 162.550MHz
AM: 530 - 1700kHz
FM: 87.9 - 108.1MHz
Alert 1050Hz Tone
VOX 3 Levels
Display 3.375 x 0.937" (86 x 24mm) Backlit LCD (WxH)
Power Rechargeable Battery Pack (Included)
4 x AA Batteries (Sold Separately)
5VDC via AC or DC Adapter (Included)
Hand Crank (Up to 1 Hour Operation from 90 Seconds of Crank Time @ 2 Cranks per Second)
Environmental Operating Temp: 50 to 122°F (10 to 50°C)
Certifications FCC Certification, Part 95
RoHS Compliant
Dimensions (HxWxD) 6.5 x 7.5 x 2.75" (165 x 191 x 70mm)
Weight 1.2 lbs (0.54kg)
Midland XT511 Base Camp 2-Way Communication Radio with Crank
  • AC Adapter
  • DC Adapter
  • Rechargeable Battery Pack
  • Hand Mic
  • Shoulder Strap
  • 3-Year Limited Warranty
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