MIDLAND introduces ER300, an emergency device supplied with AM/FM receiver, principally designed for emergency and safety situations, where keeping in contact is crucial; but the ER300 is also an excellent solution for a daily use, for all outdoor activities, camping or in general in leisure time.
ER300 has multiple power sources: the dynamo crank placed on the rear side of the product that allows the manual recharge during a power outage or anytime away from a power source, the solar panel that recharges the internal Li-Ion 2000mAh battery pack or simply rechargeable batteries.
Thanks to the Mini-USB port it can be powered by a PC or any USB wall charger.
ER300 is a must for emergency situations and is an excellent choice full of features properly dedicated: at first, the ultrasonic dog whistle, that may assist search and rescue teams to locate individuals during emergencies, the extremely bright and powerful flashlight with CreeÂ® led 130L and finally the SOS flashlight beacon that activates the Morse code for emergency assistance.
But ER300 is also a powerful power-bank with USB port able to recharge all portable electronic devices, such as smartphones, tablets, BT intercom equipment, XTC action Cameras, mp3, everywhere and without the need of a main socket.
Its wide and bright LCD display clearly shows the activated functions and the charge level. The high efficiency Li-Ion 2000 mAh battery pack supplied in the package guarantees up to 25 hours of use in normal conditions.
Radio frequency ranges : 531-1,629 Khz (AM) / 87.5-108MHz (FM)
Battery recharge in 3 ways: dynamo, USB cable or solar panel
Power supply: long life rechargeable battery 3,7V DC Li-Ion 2000 mAh
SOS Morse code flashlight beacon
Charges external electronic devices with USB port
Wide, bright LCD with backlight
6 x AA battery power option (not included)
Weight: 470gr (battery included)
Operational facts :-
Battery will fully charge from dead in 5 hours with USB cable
1 Hour of sun exposure to Solar panel will provide 45 minutes of radio play (starting from a dead battery).