[chirp_users] Help with Sinorise SR-626U
aubrey.c.turner at gmail.com
Thu Dec 6 11:15:09 PST 2018
From the look of the pictures and the specs (5W, 16-channel, 400-470MHz
coverage, etc.), I can't help but wonder if it's not some kind of
Baofeng BF-888 or BF-666 clone (minus the LED).
It's not uncommon for small companies to have private label variants of
the Baofeng, as you all know.
On 12/6/18 12:58 PM, Nigel A. Gunn G8IFF/W8IFF wrote:
> With only around 100 employees, I wonder if they are basically a design agency. The pictures of inside their factory suggests that, whatever hardware they produce, might be hand assembled.
>> On 06 December 2018 at 13:36 Peter <ptlambert at sbcglobal.net> wrote:
>> Well that's interesting...
>> CMII ID 2004FJ0077
>> Device: FM walkie-talkie
>> Manufactured by Japan KENWOOD CORPORATION (Kenwood)
>> "A CMIIT ID is the product ID assigned by the China Ministry of Industry
>> and Information Technology to identify wireless products in the Chinese
>> market. The CMIIT assigns product identifiers to approved products which
>> must be labeled with the given approval code. The *FM walkie-talkie*,
>> manufactured by Japan KENWOOD CORPORATION (Kenwood), has an
>> Authorization Number of *CMII ID 2004FJ0077* and was approved on
>> 2004-01-17 (valid until 0000-00-00). "
>> So I wonder if the CMIIT will be willing to retroactively label some
>> Bond Telecom Baofeng-branded radios that slipped past the FCC's purview
>> on their way through Customs into my home country (U.S.) :@)
>> Anyway, thanks for that info! "Learn something new everyday."
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