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CLS Series

Motorola CLS1110 Motorola CLS1410

CLP Series

Motorola CLP1010 Motorola CLP1040 Motorola CLP1060

RDX Series

Motorola RDU2020 Motorola RDU2080D Motorola RDU4100 Motorola RDU4160D Motorola RDM2020 Motorola RDM2080d Motorola RDV2020 Motorola RDV2080D Motorola RDV5100

DTR Series

Motorola DTR410Motorola DTR550

Motorola TalkAbout

Motorola Talkabout EM1000R Motorola Talkabout MJ270R Motorola Talkabout MR355R

Vertex Standard eVerge Digital Two Way Radios

Vertex Standard eVerge EVX-531Vertex Standard VXD-720 Vertex Standard VXD-R70 Vertex Standard VXD-7200

Vertex Standard Portables

Vertex Standard VX-231 Vertex Standard VX-351 Vertex Standard VX-354 Vertex Standard VX-414 Vertex Standard ISVX-414/417 Vertex Standard VX-424 Vertex Standard ISVX-424/427 Vertex Standard VX-451 Vertex Standard VX-454 Vertex Standard VX-459 Vertex Standard VXD-720 Vertex Standard VX-821/871 Vertex Standard VX-824/874 Vertex Standard VX-829/879Vertex Standard VX-921/971 Vertex Standard VX-924/974 Vertex Standard VX-929/979

Vertex Standard Mobile Radios

Vertex Standard VX-2100 Vertex Standard VX-2200 Vertex Standard VX-4500 Vertex Standard VX-4600 Vertex Standard VX-5500 Vertex Standard VX-6000 Vertex Standard VXD-7200

Vertex Standard Repeaters

Vertex Standard VXD-R70 Vertex Standard VXR-1000 Vertex Standard VXR-7000 Vertex Standard VXR-9000

Vertex Standard Base Stations

Vertex Standard VX-2100 Vertex Standard VXR-7000 Vertex Standard VXR-9000

CLS Accessories DTR Accessories RDX Accessories XTN_Accessories Talkabout_Accessories CLP Accessories Vertex Standard Portable Vertex Standard Mobile Vertex Standard Repeater Vertex Standard Base Station
How Businesses use Radios

Automotive Camps Churches Contractors Dental Education Entertainment Haunts Dental/Medical Property Management Retail Restaurants


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Frequently Asked Questions

Should we purchase UHF, VHF, or Digital?

UHF radios will perform well both indoors and outdoors. VHF radios are best for outdoor use. Digital radios perform best indoors.

How many watts do you need?

Wattage determines the strength of your radio signal with UHF & VHF radios. The larger the jobsite, the more watts you should purchase.

How many channels do you need?

Channels are used to segregatte work teams within the jobsite. Each work group can have their own channel to minimize disruptions in other departments. Digital radios provide the added benefit of allowing each worker to have an individual channel as well as a channel for their workgroup.

How far will the radios communicate?

Motorola Business Radios are jobsite radios and are designed to provide complete coverage of your jobsite. Motorola Business Radios are not designed to provide communication away from the jobsite but may work a mile or so away from the site.

What is the warranty?

All Motorola Business Radios come with a one year, no hassle replacement warranty for one year from the date you purchase your radios. Contact your Dealer or Motorola at 800-448-6686 for assitance.

How many radios can be utilized on one jobsite?

You may use as many as you like. We recommend using an additional channel for every 10 employees.

Do RDX, CLS, XTN, & ZX radios communicate with other brands of radios?

Yes, provided the other radios are programmed to the same frequencies and codes.

Is an FCC License required?

Yes on certain models. The RDX, CLS, XTN, and AX require an FCC license. Go to http://www.fcc.gov and request document 000610 for more information.

What are the advantages of Digital Radios?

The Motorola DTR410 allows for group communication, individual communication, and the clarity of a digital signal. The DTR offers crystal clear communciation, is very lightweight, and offers privacy not available on analog radios.

Is the DTR410 compatible with other radios?

No. The DTR is only compatible with other Motorola DTR series radios.

Are the chargers compatible from one radio series to another?

No. Due to different battery chemistries, sizes, and charge times each radio requires its own charging system.