Midland ER300 Emergency Solar Hand Crank AM FM Digital NOAA Weather Radio with Cree LED Flashlight and USB Charger Output


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as of 01/23/2022 (Details)

Be Prepared The Midland ER300 is built with emergency situations in mind. The hand crank digital weather alert radio and flashlight are perfect for severe weather situations or daily use. Large LCD Display Cree LED Flashlight Information When You Need It The ER300 is an AM/FM NOAA Weather Alert Crank Radio. The NOAA Weather Band receiver features all seven channels bringing you weather forecasts, alerts, and other emergency messages. When Alerts are received, an audible siren will activate. The flashlight and LCD backlight will flash on and off for one minute and the Alert is stored for one Hour. The AM/FM receiver gives access to the news to stay informed or listen to your favorite radios stations. For private listening, the ER300 has a earphone jack. Multiple Sustainable Power Options The large capacity 2000mAh Rechargeable Lithium Ion battery powers the ER300 and will give up to 25 hours in normal use. The battery may be recharged with the Solar panel, Dynamo Crank or by using the mini USB charging cable to attach to a USB Power Source. One hour of optimal sunlight on the solar panel will give up to 45 minutes of radio use time. The ER300 may also be operated with six “AA” batteries (Not Included). Extremely Bright Flashlight and Emergency Signaling Options The ER300 uses a Cree LED producing 130 Lumens of brightness. Select Low to conserve battery life or High for maximum brightness. The Flashlight may be used as an SOS beacon that flashes a Morse Code Distress signal. An Ultra Sonic Dog Whistle option may assist search and rescue teams during an emergency situation. Large LCD Display The LCD display is backlit and can show radio station, Time, or Weather Channels. The backlight option maybe set to on, off, or to automatically turn off after five seconds. The clock may be set in either a 12 or 24-hour format. The weather channel display may be set to show the weather channel frequency or the channel number. Charge External Devices Charge External Devices Cell Phones and other USB powered devices can be charged using the USB charging cable for that device. Simply connect the charge cable to the outlet port on the side of the ER300 labeled “USB Out”. If the radio is on, it will turn off and go into charge mode. Features AM/FM NOAA Weather Alert RadioCharge 3 Ways: Hand Crank, USB, or Solar PanelRechargeable Lithium Ion 2000mAh BatteryPowerful Flashlight with Cree LEDCharge External DevicesSOS Morse Code Flashlight beaconUltra Sonic Dog WhistleBattery Backup Option with 6 ”AA” Batteries (Not Included)Digital ClockLarge bright Backlit LCDRotatable Telescopic AntennaLarge bright Backlit LCDHeadphone Jack

Technical Details

  • AM/FM NOAA Emergency Crank Radio with Solar Power Panel
  • Extremely Bright Cree LED Flashlight 130 Lumens
  • Ultrasonic Dog Whistle to assist search and rescue teams
  • Replaceable 2000 mAh Rechargeable Lithium Ion Battery with USB Output for charging Portable Devices
  • SOS Flashlight beacon that flashes Morse code

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