Uniden UH8055S Mini Compact Size UHF CB Mobile
Mini Compact Size UHF CB Mobile – DIN Size with Speaker Mic and Masterscan™
Uniden is paving the way in UHF radio communication with its new UH8055S UHF CB mobile radio featuring the new Master Scan™ technology.
The UH8055S UHF CB mobile radio is ideal for a variety of road users looking for an advanced DIN in-car mount UHF solution, including truck, 4WD and recreational drivers.
The latest innovation added to the Uniden UHF range, Master Scan™ technology, is designed to ensure minimal disruptions for continuous communication and offers users to seamlessly communicate on a group of channels. If your current channel is interrupted by outsiders, all radios in your group will automatically jump to a new clear channel allowing uninterrupted communicate to continue.
Using pre-batched group channels also helps to avoid complicated settings by preloading group channels. Using Uniden’s world recognised BearCat scanning technology, the UH8055S can scan unencrypted analogue UHF police, fire and ambulance frequencies, UHF CB Channels and user programmable channels at the same time. It also has 100 user programmable RX channels allowing users to select from 100 receivable channels.
Featuring Instant Replay, the UH8055S can record and replay up to one minute of recent received signals ensuring important transmissions are not missed. The UHF mobile unit is also +12V and +24V DC power input compatible, making it a versatile inclusion to most vehicles available on the market.
Built for rugged Australian conditions, the new UHF radio has been temperature tested to withstand harsh summers and is shock resistant for high performance, even when travelling across rugged terrain. For added peace of mind, the UH8055S is backed by Uniden’s five year platinum warranty.
Other advanced features include a microphone and a built-in large LCD backlit screen for easy, remote access to functions such as volume control and power on/off. Users can also choose from seven backlit display colours to suit personal preferences and lighting scenarios.