The BC Link™ Two-Way Radio 1.0 Camo will provide strong group communication, which is the key to any successful day of backcountry adventuring. Find separated friends, communicate plans, and share observations in real-time with the BC Link group communication system.
Glove-friendly controls, optimized for easy handling. The Smart Mic user interface is located at your fingertips, meaning you never need to dig the radio out of your pack to change settings. Smart Mic Unit provides push-to-talk button, on/off switch, volume control, battery indicator, loudspeaker, channel selection, and an earphone jack
Comes with long-lasting rechargeable lithium-ion battery. BC Link two way radios operate on 22 FRS GMRS channels + 121 sub-channels ensures minimal interference. Integrates into all Float avalanche airbag and Stash packs.
Charging the BC Link Radio battery
For operating information, please download and read the BC Link Radio 1.0 Manual. The lithium rechargeable BC Link battery is charged by USB connection. You can charge the battery on the BC Link when detached or attached to the base unit. The Smart Mic does not need to be attached to the base unit for charging allowing users to keep their Smart Mic routed in their pack and just remove the base unit or the battery itself for charging. For those who might be spending an extended time in the backcountry without access to a charging source, BCA sells BC Link radio batteries separately so you can have an extra incase your battery power gets low and you do not have access to re-charge.
BC Link™ Backcountry Radios Manuals & Resources
- BC Link Radio Manual
- BC Link Radio Material Safety Sheet
- BC Link Radios – Human Factors and Group Communications
- FAQs – BC Link Radios
BC Link™ Backcountry Radios 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.