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Motorola EVX-5300-D0-25 (CE) 134-174 MHz digital mobile radio

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Price:
429.00 EUR
214.50 EUR (178.75 EUR + VAT)
Discount: 50%
Sale duration:
06/05/2020 - 31/12/2020
Model: AC114N022-VSL
Availability: On stock
Average Rating: Not Rated
Manufacturer: Motorola
Qty:pieces

Description

Motorola EVX-5300-D0-25 (CE) 134-174 MHz DIGITAL MOBILE RADIO. ​You can afford to enhance your communications with the digital performance ofeVerge DMR two-way radios. eVerge radios are compact, precision-engineered to deliver value without sacrificing quality -- giving you  more capabilities and the flexibility you need to communicate at your best.
 

Evolve to Better Communication and Value eVerge

  • 512 Channels / 32 Groups (EVX-5400)
  • 8 Channels / 1 Group (EVX-5300)
  • 50 Watts VHF / 45 Watts UHF
  • VHF: 136 – 174 MHz
  • UHF: 403 – 470 MHz; 450 – 512 MHz
  • 6 Programmable Keys
  • 8-Character Alpha Numeric Display

Conversion Made Easy with Analog Integration

eVerge mobile radios operate in both analog and digital modes and can be used with any existing analog two-way radios.

Do Digital Right: Stay Compatible and Maximize Efficiency

eVerge digital radios operate using the Time-Division Multiple Access (TDMA) digital mobile radio protocol to achieve spectrum and power efficiency and lower total equipment cost compared to FDMA (Frequency Division Multiple Access). It is important to note these two protocols are not compatible. So, unlike analog, not all digital radios work together in digital mode. Over 74% of digital radios used worldwide are TDMA -- make the right choice the first time with eVerge for a future proof compatible investment.

Better Radio Call Quality

Digital eliminates noise and static from voice transmit to only deliver the intended voice message crisply and clearly. eVerge digital mobile radios feature the AMBE+2™ vocoder for enhnaced voice quality.

Better Message Control and Privacy

Control who you call and who gets your message in digital mode. eVerge digital radios each have a unique ID enabling users to select who they need to call or send a text message without including others.

Better Coverage and Connection Monitoring with ARTS II™

eVerge delivers ultra-clear audio right up to the edge of the transmit range. And, with Motorola's exclusive Auto-Range Transpond System (ARTS II), you will always know your connection status when you are in or out of range with another ARTS II-equipped radio. For more information, download fact sheet.

Worker Safety Features

As with all Motorola mobile radios, eVerge digital mobile radios include Emergency alert for enhanced driver safety. Operators can activate the Lone Worker function when leaving equipment or a vehicle temporarily. If a problem arises while away, the radio switches to Emergency mode to alert help.

Motorola EVX-5300 Additional Features:

  • Programmable tri-color LED
  • Minimum volume control
  • Lone worker alert
  • Emergency alert
  • DTMF Speed dial
  • Priority scan
  • Follow-me scan
  • Dual watch
  • Public address / horn alert
  • D-Sub 15-pin accessory connector
  • Radio-to-radio cloning

Analog Mode Features:

  • Voice compander
  • Whisper mode
  • CTCSS/DCS encode/decode
  • MDC-1200® encode/decode
  • 2-Tone encode/decode
  • 5-Tone encode/decode
  • DTMF Telephone Interconnect/ANI
  • DTMF Paging
  • Remote stun/kill/revive (5-tone

Digital Mode Features:

  • Basic privacy
  • Enhanced privacy
  • All call, Group call, Individual call
  • Escalert
  • Remote monitor
  • PTT ID encode
  • Mixed mode scan
Vertex Standard EVX-5300/5400 General Specifications
Frequency Range 136 - 174 MHz; 403 - 470 MHz; 450-512 MHz
Number of Channels and Groups 512 / 32 Groups (EVX-5400); 8/1 Group (EVX-5300)
Power Supply Voltage DC 13.6 V +/-20%
Channel Spacing 25*/12.5 kHz
Current Consumption TX 11A, RX:2.5A, Standby:0,4A
Operating Temperature Range -22° F to 140° F (-30° C to + 60° C)
Storing Temperature Range -40° F to 185° F (-40° C to + 85° C)
Dimension (H x W x D) 6.5 x 1.8 x 6.1 inches (165 x 45 x 155 mm)
Weight (Approx.) 2.8 lbs (1.25 kg)
Receiver Specification measured by TIA/EIA-603C
Sensitivity Analog 12 dB SINAD; 0.25 µV Digital 1% BER; 0.28 uV, Digital 5% BER; 0.24 µV
Adjacent Channel Sensitivity 60 dB @ 12.5 kHz, 70 dB @25 kHz
Intermodulation 70 dB
Spurious Rejection 65 dB
Audio Output Internal:4W @ 20 Ohms, 5% THD External:12W @ 4 Ohms, 5% THD
Hum and Noise 40 dB @ 12.5 kHz, 45 dB @ 25 kHz
Transmitter Specifications measured by TIA/EIA-603C
Output Power 50 W type:50/25/10W 50 W type:45/25/10W 25 W type:25/10/5W 25 W type:25/10/5W
Conducted Spurious Emissions 70 dB below carrier
Hum and Noise -40 dB @ 12.5 kHz, -45 dB @ 25 kHz
Audio Distortion <3% @ 1 kHz
Modulation Analog:16KOF3E, 11KOF3E Digital (12.5 kHz Voice); 7K60F1E/7K60FXE Digital (12.5 kHz Data); 7K60F1D/7K60FXD
Max Deviation ± 5.0 kHz/ ± 2.5 kHz 1745 Hz - 2138 Hz (12.5 kHz Step, Symbol Deviation)
Audio Response TIA-603D
Adjacent Channel Power 77 dB (EVX-5300); 73dB (EVX-5400)

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