IC-F1000/F2000 Series

Unlock useful features such as a built-in motion sensor, channel announcement function, strong audio, and a tough waterproof/dustproof casing with the IC-F1000/F2000 Series is a portable two-way radio series. The radio is appropriate for a wide range of enterprises, including those in education, hospitality, retail, and property management and is suitable for everyday use and more extreme environments.

Features & Functions

4 programmable keys
IP67 waterproofing
Motion sensors
1500mW speaker
Built in voice scrambler


Why use an Analogue radio?

The benefits of using an analogue radio include simplicity, cost-effectiveness, and strong battery life. Analog radios are generally easier to operate and require less technical knowledge compared to their digital counterparts. They are also typically more affordable, making them accessible to a wide range of users. Additionally, analogue radios can communicate with older analogue radio systems, enabling seamless integration and compatibility with existing infrastructure.

Why choose a keypad radio?

With a built-in keypad radio, you’ll have quick and direct access to channels, automated text messaging, and menu navigation, empowering you with seamless control and efficient communication.

Is this device water-resistant or dustproof?

Yes, an IP67 rating means that the radio is fully protected against dust ingress and can be submerged in water up to a depth of 1 meter for a limited time without sustaining damage. This level of water resistance ensures the radio’s functionality and durability even in wet or challenging conditions.

Can I repair this two-way radio?

Although the battery can be removed and replaced for this device, it is generally recommended that you do not tamper with the device and instead seek professional help to make sure further damage isn’t done.

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