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Motorola CLP446 UNLICENSED BUSINESS TWO-WAY RADIO

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166.88 EUR (139.06 EUR + VAT)
Model: CLP0086BHLAA
Availability: On stock
Average Rating: Not Rated
Manufacturer: Motorola
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Motorola CLP combines comfort, durability and simplicity in a sleek design. Designed for the retail and hospitality markets, CLP446 operates on 8 channels with a choice of 219 codes for increased privacy and reduced interference. This palm-sized device redefines the traditional two-way radio by including only essential elements. An embedded antenna gives it a sleek shape. A large central push-to-talk button makes CLP easy to operate. And a variety of accessories offers multiple wearing options. CLP was designed with the user in mind, helping you communicate seamlessly and naturally in your business environment.

Motorola CLP446 Features:

Flexible choice of frequencies 
Operates on 8 PMR446 channels.

Radio Model 
8 channels

Customer Programming Software 
Customise radio settings via your PC.

Battery versatility 
Choose from standard or high capacity rechargeable lithium ion batteries.

Smart Status Glow 
Colour indicates active channel, radio transmit & receive, scan and battery status.

Voice Assisted Operation 
Voice driven menu provides access to channel, monitor, scan and call tone.

Long battery life 
Rechargeable lithium ion batteries provide up to 14 hours of battery life.

Headset 
Earpiece is required and provides discreet communications. You need to buy the VOX headset separately (HKLN4437, HKLN4529A).

Antimicrobial Protection 
Helps to prevent the growth of mould and germs on the surface of the radio.

* The range is only informative data which is accessible in optimal condition (for example standing on hills or high building in open field). In different terrains it may significantly decrease (between valleys, in forest, between and inside buildings)

Notes: This license free radio is sold with factory default programming. If you need to customize your radio (CTCSS/DCS codes per channels, battery save mode, VOX operation, VOX delay, user defined keys, monitor, scan function, transmit time out) you have to find one of the authorized Motorola partner in your country or buy a programming cable (HKKN4025) with software from us. Cost of programming is different by partners. The other option is to ask us to contact you for programming before shipping. Anico Kft. 4400 Nyíregyháza, Debreceni út 125. +36-42-507-620 mail@anico.hu Budapest office: 1107 Budapest Ceglédi út 1-3. +36-1-339-0190 anicobp@anico.hu

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