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(1) UR1 Belt-pack
* Switchable RF power (10/50mW or 10/100mW, regionally dependent)
* Durable, lightweight magnesium construction (3.25 oz / 94 g)
* Frequency and power lockout
* Bit-mapped backlit LCD display
* 2 AA Batteries provide up to 8 hours continuous use
* Infared automatic transmitter sync
* Removable antenna
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