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This item: Kaito Voyager Pro KA600 Digital Solar Dynamo Crank Wind Up AM/FM/LW/SW & NOAA Weather Emergency Radio with Alert & RDS, Flashlight and Reading Lamp + Smart Phone Charger, Black
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|Dimensions||5.5 inches x 9.75 inches x 3 inches||5.5 inches x 9.5 inches x 2.25 inches||5.3 inches x 8.3 inches x 2.3 inches||5.3 inches x 8.3 inches x 2.3 inches|
Radio Data System, or RDS, is a communications protocol standard for embedding amounts of digital information in conventional FM radio broadcasts. RDS standardizes several types of information transmitted, including time, station identification and program information. Connected to the Emergency Alert System (EAS) through NWR (National Weather Radio) network provided by NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association), this feature will automatically activate the radio to inform you of any hazardous weather conditions or warnings including natural, environmental and public safety while the radio is set at the "Alert" mode. The newest and most advanced model from Kaito's Voyager radio family, the KA600 Voyager Pro is designed for both everyday use and emergency preparedness applications. It offers different methods to power up including optional AC/DC adapter, three AA batteries (not included), the built in rechargeable Ni MH battery that can be charged by the AC adapter, hand cranking or a computer, and the patented flip up 180 degree adjustable solar panel provides power for the radio even when no battery is installed. With its revolutionary design and versatile functions, it's not only an ideal choice of a bedside radio but also an indispensable tool for emergency preparedness purposes, travelling, camping, backpacking and other outdoor activities. Specifications: FM: 88 108 MHz AM (MW): 520 1710 KHz LW (longwave): 150 521 KHz SW (shortwave): 2,300 23,000 KHz NOAA Weather: 1 7 Internal speaker: Diameter 66 mm Headset jack socket: 3.5 mm Sensitivity: FM ≤ 10uV MW ≤ 1mV/m SW ≤ 30uV Rechargeable batteries: 3 Ni MH batteries 600mAh Dimensions: 9 ½ x 5 ½ x 2 ½ inches Weight: 1 pounds Accessories: User manual Earphones Warranty card
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I am very pleased with my Kaito Voyager Pro KA600 radio. I especially like the temperature and relative humidity feature. The radio isvery selective and sensitive . Read morePublished 4 days ago by Leon Dabbs
Was a great multi purpose radio at first. Less than a year old and the radio no longer works.
Now it just a clock and flashlight.
Out of the box, The thermometer and the Humidity didn't work. The solar panel will not stay put and does not swivel to face the sun ~ then the instructions tell U not to use it in... Read morePublished 10 days ago by john
I bought this for my faraday box. It works great and like the flexibility of batteries, solar, or rechargeable. I feel better having this. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Doug Wade
AWESOME radio lightweight for taking camping, backpacking and hiking. GREAT also as an ER radio at home also as we have in the past lost our power twice, once in winter, once in... Read morePublished 25 days ago by Shadow'sMom
I have not used the radio much yet due to other commitments, but I am very pleased with the quality and looks of the Kaito Radio. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Michael Blackmon
Really very nice. I will use it as my bedroom radio until the UFOs start landing and then I can use it as an emergency radio...Published 1 month ago by tacklebox