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221.56 EUR (184.63 EUR + VAT)
Model: XAA002N001-1E
Availability: On stock
Average Rating: 5 out of 5 Stars! (1)
Manufacturer: Yaesu
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The Yaesu FTA-250L is an extremely affordable, compact (COMM ONLY) Airband transceiver. Featuring an extremely rugged Polycarbonate housing with an IPX5 Waterproof rating for use in harsh environments with rain, splash and spray. Loud 700mW audio output guarantees that radio calls will not be missed even in noisy environments. 8.33kHz Narrow Band capable, with a huge programmable 250 channel capacity memory bank. The FTA-250L comes programmed with Yaesu's exclusive E2O Easy to Operate menu system making the radio a pleasure to operate without the use of a manual. The intuitive operating system is further complimented by the high resolution Dot Matrix display and the bright, fully Lit, sunlight viewable backlight. Value packaged with a High Capacity (1950mAh) Li-ion battery, Headset adapter, belt clip, 100-240VAC charger, 12VDC charger / power cable, with drop in charging cradle. The Yaesu FTA-250L is backed by a industry leading 3 year waterproof warranty.

Yaesu FTA-250L airband radio functions:

Compact size

In response to the huge demand for a compact Airband transceiver, Yaesu has responded with our smallest airband transceiver yet, at only (2.1" W x 4.1" H x 1.2" D) the FTA-250L is guaranteed to fit in the smallest of places.

250 Memory Channels

Now with an expanded memory bank the FTA-250L can now store up to 250 memory channels for quick and easy recall, making this transceiver a pleasure to operate for heavy avionics users.

High-Capacity 1950mAh Li-ion battery

The FTA-250L comes packaged with our largest capacity battery yet. measuring in at 1950mAh, even heavy radio users are guaranteed to have a radio that will keep going strong all day long.

Yaesu FTA-250L Supplied Accessories:

  • Lithium-ion Battery Pack SBR-25LI
  • AC Adapter SAD-20
  • Charger Cradle SBH-22
  • Cigarette Lighter DC/DC Converter SDD-12
  • Helical Antenna SRA-18A* or YHA-73
  • Headset Adapter Cable SCU-15
  • Belt Clip SHB-18
  • Ferrite Core L9190192
  • Operating Manual
  • Warranty Card
  • * Antenna gain: 2.15 dBi, Impedance: 50 ohms

3 year warranty for all Yaesu airban radios!

Frequency Range TX:118.000 to 136.975 MHz RX:118.000 to 136.975 MHz, 161.650 to 163.275 MHz (Weather Channels; USA/Canada only)
Channel Spacing 25 kHz/8.33 kHz (Europe only)
Emission Type TX:AM, RX:AM & FM (FM:for receiving the Weather Channels)
Supply Voltage 6.0 to 9.5 VDC (Battery Terminal) 9.0 to 10.5 VDC (EXT DC JACK with Charging)
Current Consumption (approx.) 300 μA (power off), 70 mA (battery saver on, saver ratio 50%) 90 mA (squelch on), 300 mA (receive), 900 mA (transmit 1.5 W Carrier)
Temperature Range +14 ºF to + 140 ºF (–10 ºC to +60 ºC)
Case Size (W x H x D) 2.1 x 4.1 x 1.2 inches (52 x 105 x 30 mm) with SBR-25LI
Weight (approx.) 10.6 oz (300 g) with SBR-25LI, antenna and belt clip
Circuit Type Double-conversion superheterodyne
IFs 47.25 MHz & 450 kHz
Sensitivity 0.8 μV typ (for 6 dB S/N with 1 kHz, 30 % modulation)
Selectivity Better than 8 kHz/–6 dB (25 kHz step) Better than 2.8 kHz/–6 dB (8.33 kHz step)
Adjacent CH. Selectivity Less than 25 kHz/–60 dB (25 kHz step) Less than 8.3 kHz/–60 dB (8.33 kHz step)
AF Output (@7.4 V) 0.7 W @ 16 Ohms, 10 % THD
Power Output (@ 7.4 V) 5.0 W (PEP), 1.5 W (Carrier Power)
Frequency Stability Better than ±1 ppm (+14 ºF to + 140 ºF [–10 ºC to +60 ºC])
Modulation System Low Level Amplitude Modulation
Spurious Emission >70 dB below carrier
Int. Microphone Type Condenser
Ext Mic. Impedance 150 Ohms
The fully-charged battery lasts for 16 hours on the transceiver under the conditions below
Operation ratio ... TX RX:Standby = 5:5:90 (sec)
Power Output ..... 5 W
Specifications are subject to change without notice or obligation.

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