BelFone long talk range analog radio BF-7110 comes with a tensile

antenna to further extend the communication coverage. Its robust body and rich

features both serve to make it an ideal choice for security workers,

construction sites and many more fields of work.



function helps you to enjoy the hand-free operation. You can transmit via your

voice while your hands are doing more important things. (It needs to be used

with a paired accessory.)

Squelch Levels (0-9)


feature helps to reduce background noise and deliver a clearer audio. The user

can set the squelch level according to his communication needs.



When the

user is switching channels using the channel knob, the radio will announce the

current channel number. The user can choose from Chinese and English

announcements, or he can turn off this feature if he doesn??t need it.


(Timeout Timer)

This can

effectively prevent a channel from being unnecessarily occupied by

mis-operation. The user can set a timeout for each transmission. When the time

is out, the transmitting will automatically stop and a warning tone will go




enables the user to monitor all the radio communications on the preset

channels. The user can stop at any channel he wants. BF-7110 will only scan

preset channels.


Power Switchable

The user

can switch between high and low transmitting powers (H: 7W?? L: 1W?

). This makes BF-7110 more flexible and can extend the battery standby

time when high power is not needed.

Programmable Bandwidth


supports both wide (25kHz) and narrow (12.5kHz) bands. The user can set the

bandwidth via the PC programming software according to his communication needs.


Channel Lockout (BCL)


activated, this feature prevents the radio to receive unauthorized signals or

transmit signals to busy channels. So channels can be kept from unnecessary



The user

can only receive signals programmed with the same QT/DQT code, which can

effectively keep off unwanted signals.

Low Battery Alert

When the

user turns on BF-7110, the radio will automatically run a battery check. When

the voltage is lower than 3.3V, the LED will flash red and a warning tone will

go off every other ten seconds. The user will find the radio unable to

transmit. Please recharge your battery A.S.A.P.


The user

can use this feature to pick up weak signals on a channel. When there is no

radio signals on the current channel, the user can adjust the radio volume

according to the volume of the background noise.