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TERA TR-505 GMRS/MURS Recreational Handheld Radio
The affordable TR-505 GMRS 16 channel radio is ideal for recreational activities with family and friends. Includes 16 pre-programmed (GMRS) UHF channels. Optional (MURS) VHF license free channels. Offers an incredible combination of power, size and battery life. Ready to use out of the box!
TERA TR-505 is a multi-use GMRS/MURS radio which is ideal for a variety recreational activities including hiking, biking and hunting. The TR-505 provides reliable radio communications for friends and families to keep in touch.
Recreation - Pre-programmed with 16 GMRS (General Mobile Radio Service) channels, including both repeater and direct handheld to handheld communications. Ideal for use with most outdoor activities including: hiking, biking, skiing, and hunting. Full 4 watts of transmit power for increased range and coverage area.
Simple Operation - Easy to operate radio with its compact size, 16 channels and simple to use top mounted volume and channel knobs. A built-in channel lock feature is also available. Built-in voice announce feature for memory channel, battery level, hi/low power, channel lock/unlock and scan on/off status.
Increased Range - Talk farther distances on (UHF) channels with a full 4 watts power output. Communicate up to 10 miles depending on terrain. A selectable low power 1 watt setting is also available for shorter range communications.
MURS License Free Operation - When purchasing the optional USB programming cable, users may program MURS license free VHF operation channels. A free MURS programming file is available for download.
Affordable, Ready to Go - Each radio includes a Li-ion rechargeable battery (which provides up to 30 hours of operation between re-charges), 2 hour desk charger, flexible antenna, belt clip and operations manual.
Rugged Design - Rugged designed handheld radio with loud receive audio. Includes a 1 year limited warranty, factory supported and serviced in the USA.
FCC Explanation of GMRS: https://www.fcc.gov/wireless/bureau-divisions/mobility-division/general-mobile-radio-service-gmrsFCC Form 605 for GMRS: https://www.fcc.gov/fcc-form-605
FCC Explanation of MURS: https://www.fcc.gov/wireless/bureau-divisions/mobility-division/multi-use-radio-service-murs