The BC Link™ Two-Way Radio 2.0 is our next generation radio with 2 Watts of power for increased usable range. Smart Mic grill is impervious to packing with snow. On/off/channel selection dial switch is protected from inadvertent channel changing. Comes with long-lasting built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery, durable cord/base unit, and new battery percentage power display. Integrates into all Float avalanche airbag and Stash backpacks.
Find separated friends, communicate plans, stick your line and share observations in real-time with the BC Link group communication system. The Smart Mic user interface is located at your fingertips: to change settings, no need to dig the radio from your pack. Battery lasts for several days without recharging, even in cold temps. The Link 2.0 improves on our current system, with more power, more durability, and more weather resistance.
Charging the BC Link Radio 2.0 battery
For operating information, please download and read the BC Link Radio 2.0 Manual. To charge the integrated battery on the BC Link 2.0 , attach the micro-USB cable to the micro-USB port in the battery. (You can use any powered USB port to recharge but use of the recharger provided with the package is recommended.) TO VIEW THE BATTERY PERCENTAGE LEVEL, press the up and down arrows on your radio simultaneously. The battery charge level will be shown in percentage in the lower right corner or the radio display window. You may also view the battery power icon in the upper left on your radio.
BC Link Radios Manuals & Resources
- BC Link Radio 2.0 Manual
- BC Link Radio 2.0 Reference Card
- BC Link Radio Material Safety Sheet
- BC Link Radios – Human Factors and Group Communications
- FAQs – BC Link Radios
BC Link 2.0 Radio Group Communications Video
Note: Use of BC Link radios is not advised when riding the 2016 Polaris Axys. Electromagnetic noise from this model can create excessive static which can adversely affect communications.