This transceiver can be seen as the sucessor of the famous SE-20. Several version for 70cm, 2m and 4m have been produced. It's the reduced version of the SE-140 which looks similar but has more keys and channels

To use the radio on the amateur bands, you need the IPP-110 software and cable, in order to programm the radio.
The software only run on 286 or 386 computers. You must also install the ANSI.sys DOS Driver, or the PC screen is quite esoteric!


Technical caracteristics common to all models:
Max. channel number 6
Modulation FM or PM
RF Power [W] 1/2.5 (mostly)
Voltage [V] 7.5 nom (6.5..9.0)
Weight with 600 [mAh] battery [g] 460

Designation Frequency band [MHz]
SE 110-162 146-174
SE-110-432 400-440
SE 110-462 430-470

Numbering scheme

Programming cable for SE-110 and SE-140 (pdf 180kB)

Typical problems found on the SE-110 transceiver

Some information provided by Darren G1ERM:

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