25W Analog Base

Analog Base Station VHF Radio

Technical Specifications

Size (L x W x H)100 x 58 x 18.5mm
Frequency Range136 to 174 MHz
Power Output25W
Compatibility manpack and vehicle

The high-performance, yet simple-to-use SCM-910HV mobiles is created to give you the immediate, reliable communication you need to keep mobile teams working efficiently. Sanchar’s voice audio enhancement and a powerful 5W internal or 13W external speaker ensure superb clear, crisp sound, even in noisy environments.

Compatible for use in manpack and vehicle mountings.

Automatic Number Identification (ANI)

After HDC2400TM or HDC1200 signaling is received, the radio will display the ID or alias of the other party. The radio firmware supports a selective call list containing up to 128 items.

Built-in modem

The built-in 1200/9600 bps MSK modulator offers data transmission capability

Emergency alarm

The emergency button allows for a transmission of a signal indicating an emergency situation.

Stun and revive

The stun function permits an authorized radio to remote disable another lost radio. This function can ensure you higher security and is perfect for the radio rental business. A stunned radio will return to operational use when the revive code is received.

DTMF function

The DTMF calling function offers flexible dialing procedures of alias dialing, auto dial and redial as well as manual dialing. Customized, user friendly number storage can be used for your most often called numbers. 

Large 15-Segment LCD Display

Users may toggle the display to channels or zones, auto dial numbers or other functional settings. The keypad and display illuminates to provide visibility for night time operation.

200 Channels and Dynamic Regrouping

The 200 channel and zoning capability of the SCM-910HV offers flexibility in organizing work groups. Each channel and zone can be assigned a user friendly name for easy identification. Dynamic regrouping offers flexibility in a changing work group environment. 

Programmable Backlit Keys

Provides immediate and easy access to your most often used features.

Versatile Scan

The SCM-910HV scan allows for single or multiple zones scanning. Scanning features include add / delete scan channels, nuisance channel delete and user selectable priority channel. 

Channel Scan

The SCM-910HV’s scan feature offers priority channel scan, selectable priority channel, nuisance channel temporary delete, etc. 

Wired Cloning / MSK Wireless Cloning

Allows users to quickly and easily duplicate one radio’s parameters into another radio.

UST (User Selectable Tone)

The user can select CTCSS/CDCSS codes via the programmed function key.

Extensive Band Coverage in One Radio

The SCM-910HV series is designed to cover the full band of frequencies in the VHF and upper range of the UHF bands. This gives you broader band coverage in just one long-range radio.

Enhanced Channel Capacity for Maximum Communication

Opt for the SCM-910HV series with 8 channels for easy operation or the SCM-910HV series with 128 channels for large group communication. Either way, efficiency is maximized.

Additional Scanning Options

Unlike other two-way mobile radios, the SCM-910HV series provides exceptional flexibility in scanning features to optimize your operations in different types of environments. In addition to basic scan, this Vertex Standard two-way radio also comes with Priority, Dual Watch, Follow-me, Follow-me Dual Watch and Talk Around scanning with a built-in programmable home channel function.

Ensuring Worker Safety

The SCM-910HV Series comes in a standard format with built-in Emergency and Lone Worker alerts to enhance the safety of your drivers.

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Built-in Scrambler

The voice scrambling feature provides enhanced security by garbling your transmissions, allowing you to have conversations that are more private and secure.

Power on Self-Test

The radio itself checks radio status automatically when power on, and emits alert if an error occurs (e.g. CPU error or EEPROM error), allows the user to early detect unit faults.

Switchable Power (High/ Low)

The user can choose the transmitting power mode according to his specific communication needs.  (H: 5W  M: 2.5W   L: 1W)


It is one type of circuit that is used to reduce the annoyance of listening to other users on a shared two-way radio communications channel. It is sometimes referred to as tone squelch. It does this by adding a low frequency audio tone to the voice.

Busy Channel Lockout (BCL)

This feature will not allow the user to transmit as long as the radio is receiving another signal. 

Time-out Timer (TOT)

It is used to set the continuous emission maximum time of Walkie talkies. When it is overtime, the radio will stop transmitting and prohibit re-transmitting in the period of time.

Squelch Tail Elimination

During transmission, the random static sound is actually the radio trying to decipher the ambient background noise into meaningful audio. The squelch tail occurs when the transmission has just ended and the radio circuitry doesn't respond quite fast enough. Squelch Tail Elimination on Sanchar radios prevents this issue.

PC Programmable

Sanchar PC configurable radios can be connected to a computer and configured. These applications usually provide a user friendly way to adjust radio settings, or change user selectable frequencies.


A sophisticated digital voice compression technology that reduces the static hiss between words. This technology extends the effective range of the radio and delivers noticeably clearer transmission quality.

Talk Around/ Reverse

The talk around function sets the transmit and receive frequencies to the same frequency for communicating transceiver-to-transceiver.


PTT ID, or Push-To-Talk ID, is a generic term for an automatic number identification (ANI)-like system used in two-way radio systems.

Scan Skip

The Skip Scan leverages SEEK_NEXT_USING_HINT. It stores information about what set of keys/ranges of keys are being searched for in each column

DTMF Signalizing

Dual-tone multi-frequency signaling (DTMF) is a telecommunication signaling system using the voice-frequency band over telephone lines between telephone equipment and other communications devices and switching centers.

Channel Spacing

To get a minimum frequency gap in between two channels

SEL Call

Sel-call (selective calling) is a type of squelch protocol used in radio communications systems, in which transmissions include a brief burst of sequential audio tones. Receivers that are set to respond to the transmitted tone sequence will open their squelch, while others will remain muted

Squelch OFF

Squelch is a specialized type of noise gate designed to suppress weak signals. Squelch is used in two-way radios and VHF/UHF radio scanners to eliminate the sound of noise when the radio is not receiving a desired transmitter.

Priority Scan

The Priority Scan function enables the radio to receive on any channel while monitoring for a message on the designated priority channel. When a proper signal is received on the priority channel, the radio locks onto that channel and the message is received.


By feature selection and DTMF encoding can all be accomplished through microphone.

Size (L x W x H)100 x 58 x 18.5mm
Frequency Range136 to 174 MHz
Power Output25W
Compatibility manpack and vehicle

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