Law Enforcement

F7010/F7510 Series Radios

Icom America

October 4, 2017 - Products

Built specifically for public safety and service organizations, the new Icom F7010/F7510 series is designed to offer more options, better pricing, and top quality.

Reduced in size and weight, the portable radios have a strong metal core to improve the structure's ruggedness and durability. The series is also designed to address future P25 development with its Phase 1 and, coming soon, Phase 2 trunking options.

The F7010 series portables and F7510 series mobiles support the ever-advancing P25 standard. Icom’s third generation of this product not only captures the essentials, but offers dozens of new features and functions all in one new small form factor size.

Public service and public safety organizations will like the built-in SD Card, GPS, USB interface, Bluetooth, and color display. Activation options for trunking, OTAR, OTAP and more, allow for expanded or upgraded services without burdening the user with unnecessary features. Icom is the choice when you want to take your P25 communications to the next level.

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