Floating waterproof design, rugged construction and up to 10km range, the T92 H2O keeps you connected with family and friends. The integrated torch has bright white and red modes and will automatically activate on contact with water. Press the emergency alert button to activate a hands-free call and sound a loud warning tone on your radio to signal to others in your group that you need help3. Supplied with rechargeable batteries, mikro USB charger, belt clips with built-in whistle and a hard carry case, the T92 H2O has everything you need to stay connected during your wildest adventures.
This class of products assumes only personal, non-professional and non-commercial use.
1 This radio meets IP67 standards. It will withstand submersion of up to 1m for 30 minutes. Radio fl oats with included NiMH battery. It may not fl oat with some AA batteries. Use of headset should be in dry environments only.
2 The communication range quoted is calculated based on an unobstructed line of sight test under optimum conditions. Actual range will vary depending on terrain and conditions, and is often less than the maximum possible. Your actual range will be limited by several factors including, but not limited to: terrain, weather conditions, electromagnetic interference and obstructions.
3 The Emergency Alert feature should only be used in the event of an actual emergency. Motorola Solutions is not responsible if there is no response to the emergency alert from the receiving group.
This radio appeared in the Wouxun product lineup early 2019, in Hungary however it only had its debut in March 2020.
With my experience gathered over the years, I am actually happy that this time I am not reviewing a brand new device. Why? Usually, when new devices are put to market, despite all the extensive testing, the firmware always has some room for polishing. A one year old radio on the other hand usually has a firmware version already updated and bugfixed, and you can do without hunting for patches, firmware update or cope with menus full of irritating small bugs. I believe, this one year has been worth the wait.
These micro computers are strong enough, no wonder radio hams make good use of them for DIY projects.
SDRplay have also compiled an image file with software needed for using your SDR. You just need to copy it to a Micro SD card and you can start listening on the radio bands.
SDR radio became popular in Hungary around 2012-2013 thanks to the RTL chip versions appearing among DVB-T Chinese USB TV receivers. Back then you couldn’t get these devices in Hungary, you had to order them from China. Since then the situation has changed a lot here, too.