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Motorola CDR700Motorola DR3000 - MOTOTRBO

MOTOROLA CP 1660





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Efficient
 
* Built-in simple voice scrambling for increased privacy.
* Built-in DTMF signalling provides caller identification and private communication.
* Full Keypad provides easy accessibility to change channels 
   or place a selective call ( DTMF signalling)
* VOX ready for hands-free communication so users can focus on the job at hand.
* The 99 channels allow users to organise their work teams
   into different talk groups, increasing the flexibility of the radios.
 
Reliable
 
* Tighter specifications provide enhanced rejection of interference
   so you can get your message through clearly.
* X-pand technology provides crisp, clear and strong audio quality in a noisy environment.
* Li-Ion battery provides more than 11 hours of battery life 
   at high power to meet the demands of your employee’ s work shift.
 
Easy to Use
 
* User programmable features allow customization of radio profile while on the go.
* 5 progammable buttons enabling easy, one touch access for up to a 10 user-selectable features.
* The light weight and compact design allows easy handling.
 
PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS
 
Battery life ( standby) Up to 11 hours @ 5: 5: 90 cycle with LiIon battery at High Power
Up to 9 hours @ 5: 5: 90 cycle with NiMH battery at High Power
Up to 16 hours @ 5: 5: 90 cycle with LiIon ( Hicap) battery at High Power
Frequency range 136 – 174/ 403 – 446/ 435 - 480MHz
PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS
 
Dimensions H x W x D ( with standard battery) 120 mm x 55 mm x 35.5mm ( with LiIon battery)
120 mm x 55 mm x 36.5mm ( with NiMH battery)
120 mm x 55 mm x 40.7mm ( with Hicap LiIon battery)
Display Yes
Keypad Full
Weight ( with standard battery) 335 gms ( with LiIon battery) , 
 394.5 gms ( with NiMH battery) , 342 gms ( with Hicap LiIon battery) 
 
RADIO FEATURES
Number of channels 99
Signalling DTMF Signalling