The FOXPRO® Inferno Call utilizes FOXBANG technology, so you can attract your game. The device comes preloaded with 75 sounds that are sorted in category sound files, holds up to 200 sounds and has a USB port that allows for reprogramming. The high-efficiency horn speaker has external and auxiliary jacks.
Features and Benefits
Comes preloaded with 75 sounds
Sounds are sorted in category sound files
Holds up to 200 sounds
USB port allows for reprogramming
High-efficiency horn speaker has external and auxiliary jacks
Utilizes FOXBANG technology
Operates on 4 AA batteries
Number of Batteries:
What's in the Box
FOXPRO® Inferno Call
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What's the battery life on this unit?
Asked by: Dogtac
Is it waterproof as to hunt in the rain.?
Asked by: big 30 30 cat
Hello big 30 30 cat,
Thank you for your question. The FOXPRO® Inferno Call is not waterproof. Please take care to mitigate the introduction of moisture into the machine and make sure that no moisture is present during storage. If you are operating in rainy, wet conditions, it is recommended that you place the unit inside a large plastic storage bag, or use a water/weatherproof deployment bag to keep water from getting to it.
Answered by: MGMay
Date published: 2016-01-23
What is the remote range and speaker watts?
Asked by: HogEliminator
Regarding the FOXPRO® Inferno Call, the transmitter is not intended to operate the caller at distances shorter than 1 meter (3 feet). If the transmitter is located too close to the caller, proper operation cannot be ensured. The range is +200 yards with a clear line of sight and elevation.
When activated, FOXBANG reacts to the muzzle blast of a firearm by automatically switching to an assigned function. The FOXBANG sensor is located inside of the Inferno remote. In order for it to detect the gunshot, the remote needs to be relatively close to the firearm (within 5 feet). It is assumed that most hunters will have the remote on a lanyard around their neck.
Answered by: bsinkler
Date published: 2017-02-04
What is the range from the remote and thetransmitter
Asked by: DWP1
There is a video up of foxpro using it at 550 yards