Ranger RCI2970N2 10 & 12 Meter Radio
Excellent service, low price, repair, warranty, tuning and fast world wide shipping on the Ranger RCI 2970N2 10 meter radio. The new 200w Ranger 2970N2 model has taken the place of the 150w Ranger RCI2970Dx model. The new Ranger RCI 2970 N2 is now available.
**Update April 6th 2015. This item is in stock. It may take us a another week or so to get them all completed and shipped as we have a lot of backorders to fill.
Our Ranger shipments have been sitting in a US port waiting in-line to be off-loaded for a few weeks. They are running behind on off-loading ships due to a recently ended longshoreman strike. Availability updates will be posted here. You will receive an email update when the order ships. Please preorder now to get in line for one. Our oldest orders will be filled first. Order now. There is a very limited supply of this item.
*Volume, Squelch, Mic Gain, RF Gain
*2 fans inside heatsink
*Repeater offsets (split TX&RX)
*Channel up/down buttons on radio & mic
*External speaker jack
*The RCI-2950 DX / RCI-2970 N2 can operate with CTCSS frequencies for accessing repeaters, with an optional CTCSS (Continuous Tone Coded Squelch System) encoding device installed.
Ranger RCI2970N2 Large Image
Ranger RCI2970N2 Specification Chart
Ranger RCI2950Dx and RCI2970Dx Owners Manual
Ranger RCI 2950 Dx and RCI 2970 Dx Service Manual
Ranger RCI 2950Dx and RCI 2970Dx Schematics (.pdf)
Ranger 2970N2 Bottom View
A license to operate amateur radios may be required in your area. The end user is solely responsible for proper operation of amateur radio equipment and adhering to the rules and regulations of their country . In the U.S. it is legal to purchase amateur radios and receive on amateur radio bands however an amateur radio license is required to transmit. GI Joe's asks that persons using amateur radios please respect the regulations by not transmitting on amateur radio bands without an amateur radio license. By purchasing an amateur radio from us you are agreeing not to transmit on amateur radio bands without an amateur radio license. An amateur radio license can be obtained in the U.S. by taking a relatively simple test. Morse Code is no longer required for the technician class U.S. license. You can find information on licensing at arrl.org.