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Motorola VX-2100E VHF 136-174 Mhz MOBILE TRANSCEIVER

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Price:
267.51 EUR (222.93 EUR + VAT)
Model: AC061N533-MSI
Average Rating: Not Rated
Manufacturer: Motorola
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Archive date:
2019-11-08

Description

Motorola VX-2100E VHF MOBILE TRANSCEIVER. With 25W power output for effective communications transmission, the Motorola VX-2100/2200 Series provides reliability, extensive signaling features and enhanced channel capacity for maximum return on your investment. Die-cast aluminum construction helps dissipate heat and absorbs vibration for durability.

Expanded Frequency Options for Greater Coverage
Designed to cover the full band in the VHF and upper range of the UHF bands, get wide band coverage in one radio.

Broad Channel Capacity
Get 8 channels for easy operation with the VX-2100 Series or 128 channels for large group communications in the VX-2200 Series to get the job done.

More Scanning Options
Compared to other mobile two-way radios in its class, the VX-2100/2200 Series provides exceptional flexibility in scanning features that is designed to optimise operation for a wide variety of environments. In addition to basic scan, you also get Priority, Dual Watch, Follow-me, Follow-me Dual Watch and Talk Around scanning built-in.

When Safety Counts
The VX-2100/2200 Series comes standard with built-in Emergency alert for enhanced driver safety. A panic button can be triggered by the front panel button to alert the dispatcher when problems arise.

Easily Integrate with Existing MDC System
Add the optional VME-100 board to make VX-2100/2200 mobile radios compatible for use with the rest of your MDC-1200® fleet.

Exclusive Auto-Range Transpond System - ARTS™
Only Motorola radios are designed to inform you when you and another ARTS™-equipped station are within communication range. If out of range for more than 2 minutes, your radio senses no signal has been received and beeps to alert you. The base station can then alert the field unit to move back in range. A great solution to keep your workers coordinated.

Motorola VX-2100 and VX-2200 series additional features:
• Six programmable keys
• 8-Character alphanumeric display (VX-2200)
• 1-Character numeric display (VX-2100)
• RSSI signal strength indicator
• 2-Tone encode and decode
• 5-Tone signaling
• CTCSS / DCS Encode and Decode
• BCLO, BTLO, TOT 
• DTMF Paging
• Stun / kill / revive (5-tone)
• Remote listen
• Lone Worker
• Programmable minimum volume button
• D-Sub 15 Pin accessory connector
• Public address / horn alert
• Radio-to-radio cloning

Motorola VX-2100E VHF mobile transceiver box contains:

  • 1 pce. Motorola VX-2100E VHF mobile radio
  • 1 pce. MH-67A8J microphone

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