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IAS-100wv / u

VHF and UHF 100W Base/Repeaters


Our 100 Watt repeater offers more features for less.

When an emergency breaks, you can't afford to spend time worrying about your communication system's performance or capabilities. That's why Icom America Systems (IAS) offers more standard features and hardware in our 100 Watt system than any of our competitors -- for less money! Unlike other standard packages, your 100 Watt repeater/base will arrive ready-to-use and custom-built to your specific communication needs. It's compatible with your existing equipment, or it can be the foundation for your communications' network. We take the guesswork out of setting up a communication system out of your hands so you can focus on what you do best – saving lives and averting crises.

The standard package includes:

  • 100 Watt 100 percent duty cycle
  • Multiple CTCSS & DTCS tone
    memories with 32 memory
  • Telephone interconnect capability
  • DTMF remote control capability
  • Interface cabling with silver plated connectors (custom-cut to resonance)
  • Built-in battery back-up capabilities
  • Mounting bracket for rack or cabinet
  • Technical support

IAS gets you more!
The standard package also includes:

  • A.C. surge suppression panel
  • Basic tuning, aligning and programming for our system done in our factory
  • Crating and packaging for shipment
  • Instruction manual

Additional Features

  • Master/Slave backup operation by connecting two repeaters/ bases
  • Self-check function checks for internal errors and alerts with a beep sound or with a phone call
  • Accessory connector (D-sub 25-pin) for connecting to external devices
  • 5-Tone relay function
  • Optional Voice Scrambler UT-109 or UT-110
  • CW ID transmitter (DTMF or 5-Tone also selectable)
  • Password and kill/stun function for security
  • 16-digit alphanumeric display convenient for base station operation
  • A programmable button gives access to a customized function

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