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Motorola VX-261-D0-5 (CE) 136-174MHz TRANSCEIVER

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Price:
203.49 EUR (169.57 EUR + VAT)
Model: AC151N501-MSI
Availability: Back Order
Average Rating: Not Rated
Manufacturer: Motorola
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Description

Motorola VX-261-D0-5 (CE) 136-174MHz, 16CH TRANSCEIVER with VAC-UNIC charger, without battery. A New Combination of Performance and Value in portable radios. The VX-260 Portable Radio Series delivers the ideal combination of features and performance for efficiency, reliability and interoperability.

Experience a new way of getting more for less with Motorola!

Enhanced Audio Output

Excellent Audio performance allows for better message clarity so you can be heard loud and clear in all situations.

Expanded Interoperability

The VX-260 portable analog radio series boasts abundant signaling options such as MDC1200®, FleetSync®, DTMF, 2-tone and 5-tone capabilities, providing seamless integration into a mixed fleet.

Safety Not Sacrificed

Emergency alert can be programmed to instantly notify help with a press of a button on the VX-260 portable analog radio series. Lone Worker is a built-in timer that requires the user to reset at a predetermined interval. If not reset, the radio automatically switches to Emergency mode to alert help. An ideal solution for supervisors to monitor the safety status of radio users working alone. VOX capable with accessory.

Universal Battery System

The Universal Battery System for Motorola portable radios takes energy interoperability to a new level by utilizing a single charger base to support multiple radio series when used with designated UNI batteries.

Choose the Right VX-260 Portable Analog Radio to match your need:

VX-261 Portable Analog Radio:

Non-display portable radio

16 channels/ 1 group

2 custom-programmable keys

Superior audio quality

VX-264 Portable Analog Radio:

Display portable radio

128 channels/ 8 groups

6 custom-programmable keys

Embedded voice inversion encryption

Superior audio quality

Additional Features:

MDC1200™ ANI Encode

FleetSync™ ANI Encode

DTMF ANI Encode

2-Tone Encode/Decode

5-Tone Encode/Decode

CTCSS/DCS Encode and Decode

Emergency

Lone Worker

Multiple Scan Options

Auto-Range Transpond System (ARTS™)

Internal VOX (when used with a VOX accessory)

The price of the product does not include the battery. Please choose a proper battery from the accesory products' list when purchasing.

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