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Motorola VX-231 VHF FNB-V106 Ni-MH 1200 mAh HANDHELD RADIO

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Price:
170.11 EUR (141.76 EUR + VAT)
Model: AC085N131-MOT
Availability: On stock
Average Rating: Not Rated
Manufacturer: Motorola
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Description

Motorola VX-231 VHF HANDHELD RADIO WITH FNB-V106 Ni-MH 1200 mAh BATTERY.  The Motorola VX-231 provides wide band coverage, a variety of signaling features and improved ergonomics that adds up to a better return on your investment.

Improved Portability
A radio that won’t get in the way, the VX-231 is compact and light weight to easily carry with you on the job.

More Battery Power
Designed to use powerful Li-Ion battery technology for longer battery life. Includes a 1150 mAh battery providing 9 hours of operation with the battery saver enabled.

Wide Band Coverage for Added Value
One radio designed to cover VHF and UHF bands, which provides expanded options in frequencies to use.

More Scanning Options
While many radios provide 1 or 2 scanning options, the VX-231 radio gives you 4 additional scanning options for greater convenience and flexibility for the way you need your radios to perform. Options include: Priority, Dual Watch, Follow Me and Talk Around scan.

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.

Additional Features
• 16 channel capacity
• Two programmable keys
• Flexible channel spacing: 12.5 kHz to 25 kHz
• Battery power save option
• Emergency
• Lone Worker
• DTMF ANI
• DTMF Speed Dial
• 5-Tone / 2-Tone Encode and Decode
• CTCSS / DCS Encode and Decode
• Manual squelch adjustment
• Radio-to-radio cloning

General Specification

Frequency Range
VHF: 134 MHz - 174 MHz
UHF: 400 - 470 MHz

Number of Channels
16

Power Supply Voltage
7.4 V DC±20%

Channel Spacing
12.5/20/25 kHz

PLL Steps
5 / 6.25 KHz

Battery Life (5-5-90 duty)
1150 mAh FNB-V103LI, 9.0 hours (7.3 hours w/o saver)
1200 mAh FNB-V106, 9.0 hours (7.3 hours w/o saver)
With 2000 mAh FNB-V104LI, 16.5 hours (13.5 hrs w/o saver)

IP Rating
IP54

Operating Temperature Range
-25ºC to +60ºC

Frequency Stability
±2.5 ppm

RF Input-Output Impedance
50 Ohms

Dimension (H x W x D)
110 x 58 x 30 mm (w/ FNB-V103LI)

Weight (Approx.)
285 g
(w/FNB-V103LI, Antenna, Belt Clip)

Receiver Specification measured by EN 300 086

Sensitivity 20 dB SINAD
- 3 dBμV emf

Adjacent Channel Selectivity
70 dB

Intermodulation
65 dB

Spurious and Image Rejection
65 dB

Audio Output
500mW @ 4 Ohms 5% THD

Transmitter Specification measured by EN 300 086

Output Power
5 / 1 W

Modulation Limiting
±5.0 kHz @ 25 kHz
±4.0 kHz @ 20 kHz
±2.5 kHz @ 12.5 kHz

Modulation
16K0F3E, 11K0F3E

Spurious Emissions
-36 dBm ≤ 1 GHz, -30 dBm > 1 GHz

FM Hum & Noise
45 / 40 dB 25 kHz / 12.5 kHz

Audio Distortion
< 3 % @1 kHz

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