Receives AM/FM Radio
Hand Turbine Charging Power
LED Flashlight and Beacon
Receives NOAA Weather Band Radio Stations
and or AC
- AM (520-1710 KHz) & FM (87-108MHz)
- NOAA weatherband – all 7 channels
- Built-in 3 white LED light source
- Powered by solar or dynamo both of which charge internal Ni-MH battery
- USB cell phone charger (USB cable not included)
- Earphone jack – 3.5 mm socket
- Etón Corporation will contribute $0.49 to $1.00 of the sales price of each Red Cross product to support the American Red Cross.
5.25” x 2.5” x 1.75” (W x H x D)
133 x 63.5 x 44.45 mm (W x H x D)
8.5 oz. (241 g)
When solar charging the radio, place it into direct sunlight (not through a window, screen, in artificial light or in shade) for 8 to 10 hours to get a full charge, after which it should play for about 4 to 5 hours, at low volume.
Crank charging it for 90 seconds will allow it to play for 15 to 20 minutes, at low volume. If you crank for a longer period, it will play longer.
If it loses power such that the radio no longer plays, the light may still shine for a couple of hours because it draws far less current than the radio.
To charge the FR160, turn the crank for 90 seconds and it will play for 15-20 minutes, at low volume. Or, put it into direct sunlight (not through a window, screen, in artificial light or shade) with the sun shining directly onto the solar panel, for 8 to 10 hours, after which the battery will be fully charged and will allow the radio to play for 4 to 5 hours, at low volume.