Reecom R1650 Emergency Alert Weather Radio with SAME and AM/FM Radio
Reecom R1650 Alert Weather Radio is a top-of-the-line NOAA emergency alert weather radio just packed with numerous outstanding features! This reliable, high-tech weather radio includes digital operation just about everywhere – digital volume, digital AM/FM radio tuning, digital display and digital time. The weather alert radio also includes SAME (Specific Area Message Encoding) technology, allowing you to focus your attention on monitoring local counties instead of distant events!
- Monitors all seven NOAA emergency alert weather channels.
- Warns of approaching severe weather with audio and visual alerts.
- A valuable tool for the hearing impaired when used with flashing or strobe lights.
- Auto-tune mode scans all available radio frequencies and presets the stations to the strongest AM/FM signal.
- Instruction manual included.
Features: Receives NOAA warnings of severe weather and environmental dangers.
- SAME technology filters out non-local emergency alerts, allowing you to monitor only local counties.
- Alert level indicates if the event is a warning, watch or statement.
- AM/FM radio automatically disengages when emergency weather broadcast is received.
- Selectable voice or siren warning modes.
- Digital volume control with 16 adjustable levels.
- Digital time and calendar.
- Telescoping antenna provides effective reception range of up to 50 miles depending on conditions.
- Backlight allows easy viewing in low-light conditions.
- Low battery detection and indicator.
- AC power adapter included.
- Battery backup provided by 4 AA batteries (not included).
- Batteries will operate weather radio for up to 30 hours if electrical power fails.
- External jack accepts flashing red light, strobe light or antenna accessories.
- Audio output jack works for headphones or external audio amplifier.
- One-year limited warranty from manufacturer.
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Posted by Jay Brewer at August 14, 2007 4:39 AM