UHF2100 Handheld UHF CB Radio


This high powered 2-way has an extended range of up to 10km, is sturdy, dependable and looks great. The UHF2100 is the ideal long-range communications tool for serious outdoor enthusiasts and tradespeople. With VOX (handsfree, with optional headset) capabilities and 38CTCSS/83 DCS codes you can operate the UHF2100 completely handsfree and limit communication to your select group. So whether you’re off road, camping, fishing or working around the construction site, this is the perfect way to keep in touch.

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  • 40 channels Allows you to choose from 40 transmission frequencies (38 voice) to transmit or receive messages.
  • 2 Watt Maximum TX Output Power Maximum transmit power will delivery up to 10km range.
  • Duplex (Range Extender) Capability Local repeater stations re-transmit your signals over a wider area. This extends the effective range of the radio, giving you the greater reach.
  • 38 CTCSS (interference eliminator) codes and 83 DCS codes Block out any unwanted conversations.
  • VOX (handsfree) Capable Attach a compatible VOX headset for full hands free communication.
  • Open/Group scanning Gives you the option to scan all channels in memory and lock on any active channels or to select the channels you wish to monitor/listen to in a group.
  • Backlit LCD display The display light up when receiving a transmission our when you push a button.
  • Charging Pod and batteries No need for the ongoing expense of batteries, just place your units in the charging pod when batteries are low or when not in use.

Package includes:

2 x UHF2100 handsets
8 x HiMH rechargeable batteries
1 x dual desk charger with power supply
2 belt clips

3 Year Warranty

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Q. When I am in a vehicle my range seems to decrease, why?
A. If the Radio is being used inside of a vehicle the metal bodywork of the vehicle will shield a lot of the transmission to and from the radio. To improve transmission and reception it is best to operate the radio outside and away from vehicles.

Q. When I not receiving any transmissions, why?
A. Firstly check, your volume control, then if you still cannot hear the transmission, check to see if you have a CTCSS or DCS code set on that channel, if you do you will only be able to hear transmissions from other radios that have that same code set. If you turn off any CTCSS or DCS codes you will be able to hear all transmissions on that channel.

Q. When I am transmitting the person I am transmitting to cannot hear me, why?
A. Check that you are both on the same channel and both have the same CTCSS or DCS codes set. Also check that if you have duplex mode enabled that the other party has duplex enabled also.

Q. The batteries are not charging, why?
A. Storing batteries for a long period of time, without charging, will eventually make the battery unserviceable. This is because the battery eventually self discharges below the terminal voltage which will generally prevent the battery from being able to be charged again. Sometimes they may recover if left on charge for a few days, but not always. If NiMH batteries are to be stored for an extended period they should be stored fully charged and recharged once a month to overcome self discharge.

Q. Where are the repeater stations located?
A. There is a list of repeater stations across Australia on this web site. This list and the operational status of the repeaters can change so please check with the ACMA for the latest information on repeaters.


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