NEW on the Free Flying frequency a VHF 144-146 Mhz FM the TRC 2FP (125€)
A new kid in the range CRT, a dual-band VHF/UHF: EXCELLENT Value Performance Price, compared to the competition!
A substitute for much more expensive VHF and with Kenwood connectivity.
We found it for you. (We have the last pieces on stock this product is sold with rebatte because it will be discontinued)
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Warning: Last items in stock!
The CRT 2FP is a Transceiver
Modern, Compact and Efficient
at a VERY AFFORDABLE PRICE
(We have the last pieces on stock this product is sold with rebatte because it will be discontinued)
THIS DEVICE DO NOT RECEIVED THE AIRCRAFT FREQUENCIES
JUST FREE FLIGHT FREQUENCIES (PARAGLIDER, DELTA, PARAMOTORS ...)
Rather than a long comment :
Undeniable strengths for FREE FLIGHT :
For headset microphone Hp etc ... the connectors are of Kenwood type.
The CRT 2FP is very advantageously replacing the more expensive products.
NOTA : This transceiver cannot be used and is NOT RECEIVING AIR-BAND
We have accessories available for this product such as :
◊ Microphone tie.
◊ Microphone HP.
◊ Spare battery pack.
◊ Battery Eliminator with direct connection to cigarette lighter.
◊ Carrying Case.
Dual Band Transceiver VHF-UHF
430 - 440 Mhz
: UHF: 1 W / 2.5 W / 4 Watts
Can be programmed by PC (optional cable software)
Click on the image, to order at the same time the unlocking procedure to obtain free flight frequency 143.9875 on the CRT 2FP
What's in the box :
- A Transceiver CRT-2FP.
- A rapid desktop charger with power adapter 220 v.
- A 2000mAh Li-Ion batteries.
- A Belt Clip and Wrist strap.
- An instruction manual in French.
° This product needs a 4 to 5 days delivery delay.
* Data from the manufacturer / importer
This Radio is CE approved
If you use an unlicensed radio, your liability may be engaged in connection with a club or a professional usage.
Be CAREFUL. 114-146 is a frequency range reserved EXCLUSIVELY for Amateur Radio.
* IMPORTANT NOTICE: The use of the transmitter / receiver must be done according to the laws and aviation regulations applicable in the country of use.
In France : The free flyer person using this transceiver must hold a certificate of radiotelephone operator (or radio-telegraphist)
(for general aviation pilots certificate is usually given along with the license).
This certificate is certified by a card-user license, and is issued after passing an examination conducted by the ANFR (National Agency of Frequencies).
The holder is also assigned a call sign issued by the same administration. (Cost about 80 €)
We can not be held liable for a breach of this legislation by the user,
in particular lack of information.
Reminder and Reference to the legislation:
Free flight frequency 143.9875 has been specifically assigned by the government.
It is official and should serve only the safety of pilots.
It was the subject on the part of D.R.G. (Directorate General Regulations) of a circular SP/DRG/R.RS/1 of July 1992, called "Radio equipment transmitting only speak on the frequency 143.9875 MHz exclusively to the practice of free flying - specification of approval ".
- ch.1.2 "equipment used exclusively portable."
- ch.1.6 "radio equipment are subject to individual license and can be used by a holder of the pilot's flying free."
- ch.2.1 "the frequency 143.9875 MHz is reserved exclusively to the practice of free flight."
Any other frequency must be prohibited.
So be careful because we found on the Internet quite a few free-flight clubs that use amateur radio frequencies (located between 144 and 146 MHz) They uses these amateur frequencies or business freq. without any authorisation of use or having declared, nor paid the license .
You are solely responsible for the frequency used.
If someone files a complaint or if you are subject to a control of the police, you will be verbalized and sentenced, as an individual and your club or operator of the area to take off or landing.
UNLICENSED, the frequencies 144-146 and PROS
AND FREQUENCIES PROHIBITED
You must hold and possess the appropriate license for having the right to transmit on frequencies other than the 143.9875 MHz ..