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Things you need to prepare for when a volcano erupts: emergency radios

The tongan people face an existential crisis when the tongan volcano erupts and tsunamis are triggered. Shouldn't we be preparing for disaster?

by Cara
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As governments try to predict what kind of climate change tsunamis and volcanic eruptions will bring to the country, what can we learn from this disaster?

  • Disaster awareness and survival skills
  • Emergency kits and shelters
  • Emergency communication tool: emergency radios

Two days after a volcanic eruption and tsunami in Tonga created a dire survival crisis, the government said it had received no reports of casualties. Internet and cellphone signals are useless in the face of disaster. Radio, as a traditional communication tool, transmits signals with the help of electromagnetic waves in nature, and it is the best communication tool in disasters. Why don’t we prepare?

What kind of radio is best used in a disaster?

  • Waterproof and dustproof
  • Entire section launch
  • Local and remote alarms
  • Strong and durable
  • Dual standby and dual standby
  • GPS

What if I don’t have a radio license?

In social emergencies, a licensed emergency radio can be used even without a certificate, so it is necessary for everyone to have an emergency radio for himself and his family. However, if you want to use it for normal calls, you can choose a license-free radio as required.

I have some radios for you:

Retevis emergency radio

RT82 and HD1 ham radio with IP67 waterproof and dustproof, emergency alarm, GPS, high-power, digital and analog functions.

License-free radio RT45P with IP67 waterproof and emergency alarm, functional keypad radio.

And you can also try to learn more about RB27 series radios.

We need to be prepared for severe weather and geological disasters, download disaster warning software, learn about nearby shelters, pay attention to weather changes, and so on.

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