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Stryker SR-497HP Loud 10 Meter Radio w/ Color Changing LED's

5/5 based on 2 Reviews by: Stryker
Stryker SR-497HP Loud 10 Meter Radio w/ Color Changing LED's
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Stryker SR-497HP Loud 10 Meter Radio w/ Color Changing LED's

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Item #: SR497HPC



Brand new from Stryker, the SR497 is here! This is the big brother to the SR447 with over double the PeP modulation.

Like all the Strykers before it the 497 comes preloaded sporting all the features of the Stryker SR490HP including the loud and clear 100 watt PeP modulation, turbo echo board and crystal clear all mode talkback.

stryker sr497HPC display lights

New! The Stryker SR497HPC has a selectable color changing display where the meter, channel display and rim lighting can all change to red, green, blue, purple, cyan and various shades of these colors. Choose to have the display stay on one color or you can have the display automatically scroll through all of the colors on it's on. Easily switch between static or dynamic color changing.

The new display lights come with another feature we've heard Stryker radio owners asking for, the ability to dim the lights! The Stryker SR497HP can be set to dim to the point the lights are just barely visible, in fact the new channel LED being utilized in the display does a much better job of being clear but not overly bright.

stryker 497 HPC power meter

The large easy to ready SRF/Power meter is a signature quality of the Stryker 497hpc and 447hpc. Easy to read and will flash on and off when high SWR readings are detected. The meter lighting can be set differently from the faceplate backlighting during transmit for any color combination.

By now you should have heard of the Stryker brand and the commitment to excellence Stryker has brought forth. This model does not deviate from the Stryker brand quality you should expect.

Loud, clear, easy to use and fun. What more could you want?

Due to uncertainties of your antenna system. Output transistors (finals) are not covered under our warranty.


Color Changing Meter Light and Channel Display
Large Round Meter That Is Easy To Read
Advanced NB/ANL Circuit Reduces Interference
AM/FM Operation and PA Circuitry
Automatic AWI (Antenna Warning Indicator) Alerts the Operator If Their SWR's Are Too High
Front Microphone Connector For Easy Mounting In Tight Spaces
Three Position Dimmer Switch On Front Panel
Receive and Microphone Gain Controls
Frequency Counter Jack Pre-wired For FC-390 Style Counters
1 Year Limited Factory Warranty

Specifications, Weight, Dimensions

Power Output
100+ Watts PeP
Frequency Range
10 Meter 28~29 MHz
10 7/8" from heatsink to bezel
11 5/8" from heatsink to control knobs
7 7/8"
2 3/8"
Current Draw
15 Amp
Fuse Size
20 Amp
Microphone Pin-Out
Standard 4-Pin
Power Connection

What's Included

  • 4-Pin Dynamic Microphone
  • Two-wire power cord
  • Mounting Hardware
  • Operation/Owners Manual

Stryker SR497HPC Reviews

By on Thu, Dec 19, 2013
Jason - Walcott Radio

love the radio , great sound quality, great features ,packs a punch ,and very easy to install.

Pros: very few issues

Cons: stock mic isnt great definitely need to upgrade at purchase

By on Thu, Dec 19, 2013
Jason - Walcott Radio

I can\'t say enough good things about the Stryker 497 HPC. It\'s loud as heck and holds up well. Add a cool, selectable color display to the mix and you\'ve got one excellent radio.

Pros: Over 100 watts and still draws less than 20 amps means no direct to battery power connection. Cool looking and reliable too.

Cons: No SWR meter or frequency counter are the only limiting features.

Last Modified: 02/03/2017