includes charger and $10 programming
HeadLine HL-1521 UHF (430 - 470 MHz) Portable Radio
HeadLine Part Number HL-1521
full-featured/lightweight HeadLine portable has
4W (UHF) of TX power, 2-Tone decode, Selcal, W/N
band operation, alpha-numeric display, 2.5kHz
channel stepping, and many other exciting
99 Channels, VHF or UHF
- 2.5 kHz PLL Step
for VHF Public Safety Pool. Available VHF or
UHF, 12.5 or 25 kHz operating bandwidth
programmable per channel.
- HeadLine radios are designed for
the palm of your hand for maximum portability /
ease of use.
User Control and A/N Display
- Alpha Numeric Dot Matrix screen makes
multiple channel use easier and more efﬁ cient.
Keyboard options offer user friendly control of
Scan, Squelch, Power, Signaling, Keypad Lock,
VOX, and more.
radios PIN function prevents
usage. The password is user
Two-Tone / Selcall / ANI
- Two-Tone decode and Selcall signaling
systems are programmable in the radio. DTMF ANI
is also available for call logging and system
Li-Ion Battery and
- The radios come standard
with high capacity 1700 mAh Lithium Ion
batteries and Dual Technology Rapid Chargers.
Battery save function provides extended
- Manufactured with a tough
poly carbonate cabinet and cast aluminum
back plate. HeadLine radios have a ruggedness
not found in comparable radios. Meets Mil Std
Business to Business Radios
Our business radios are intended to be used
in warehouses, office buildings, small
hotels or restaurants. Easy to use, just
PL-2000 Series Radios
Affordable communications in a durable
mil-standard approved package. Ideal for
onsite communications. Easy to use, just
PL-5000 Series Radios
Tough, light and easy to use. The PL-5000
Series radios are intended for business or
government use. Eight character
alpha-numeric LCD display, 32 channels
allows you to know who you are talking to.
SP-300 Series Radios
Built like a brick, configured in both
VHF/UHF with full 5 Watts of power. Rock
SP-400 Series Radios
Upgraded version of our larger series, the
SP-400 series has built in Flash CPU, Vox
and scrambler to name a few.