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The Kaito KA500L 4-Way Powered Emergency Radio is an ideal companion for emergency preparedness purposes, outdoor activities, and traveling. Features AM/FM and Shortwave Radio, NOAA Weather Radio, LED Reading Lamp, Flashlight, and Adjustable Solar Panel. Colors Vary.
The Kaito KA500L 4-Way Powered Emergency Radio is an ideal companion for emergency preparedness purposes, outdoor activities, and traveling. Features AM/FM and Shortwave Radio, NOAA Weather Radio, LED Reading Lamp, Flashlight, and Adjustable Solar Panel.
Specifically designed for emergency situations with multiple options for recharging including:
AM: 520-1710 KHz
FM: 87.00- 108.00 MHz
SW2: 9.00- 22.00MHz
Partner Questions & Answers
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Why does it need AA batteries, ones I have looked at other sites do not need extra batteries. Does it work well with iPhone? The one purchased somewhere else does not charge my IPhone. My iPhone rejects it.. Thanks
AA Batteries are not required to operate the radio. It simply offers another means of powering the radio in the event that the other means of powering the radio are not available.
We have used this radio to charge an iPhone and it worked perfectly. Please note that there is a switch located on the back of the radio that must be switched to “charge out” before charging a device with the radio. To charge the radio using a usb power source, be sure to switch back to “charge in”. For more information, we recommend consulting the user’s manual.
How long do I crank it to get 1 hour of energy? How easy is it to crank. How long does it take to fully charge the radio via the solar pane. Thanks for your time and God BLESS
According to the technical specifications included in the User’s Manual, it will require up to 2 minutes of cranking (120 turns per minute) to fully charge the radio when the battery has been depleted. The crank is very easy to operate.
As for solar charging, the manufacturer does not list how long is required for the unit to fully charge. It does state that the unit will charge best in direct sunlight and will also charge at a slower rate using indoor lighting.