The CDM750™ mobile two-way radio has streamlined its features to keep users communicating steadily and efficiently — including limited signaling capabilities and two customizable function buttons. Motorola’s unique X-PAND™ audio enhancement and a large front-projecting speaker ensure clear, crisp sound, even in noisy environments. This practical radio gives you virtually everything you need to get the job done.
This radio is ideal for organizations and businesses with moderate data and voice communication requirements, especially those in construction and manufacturing industries. The CDM750 radio provides simple yet high-performing functionality. Its streamlined features include the essentials to keep users communicating steadily and efficiently including limited signaling capabilities and two customizable function buttons.
Three colors LED indicators (red, yellow, green) show visible feedback of transmit, scan and monitor status. The microphone and controls are located on the left, closest to driver for easy reach and bright visual indicators can be read at a glance. Both features that help drivers keep their eyes on the road.
The CM200 is a basic cost-effective solution and features a numeric display, 4 channels and 2 programmable buttons. Everything that goes in or on a Motorola radio is carefully considered, . reviewed, designed, reviewed again and manufactured to extremely high-quality standards and these radios really show it
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Switchable channel spacing
Migrates easily between 25-kHz and 12.5-kHz frequencies.
Selective radio inhibit
Remotely deactivates a lost or stolen radio.
Two customizable buttons
Allow users to add favorite features.
Faces front rather than on top for maximum clarity.
Continually monitors channels for activity.
Uninterruptable Voice & Data Communication
In combination with Motorola SCADA products the radio acts as radio modem or/and a communication node particularly useful along electricity grid, water and oil & gas distribution lines.
MDC1200 encode signaling
Sends information via digital signals.
Protecting Users and Equipment
looking after employees and resources is paramount to stay ahead. With this in mind, the radios feature ‘emergency mode’. A single button press is all it takes to alert colleagues or base that assistance is required. With ‘lone worker’ function, the radio can be set up to request a response from a user at regular intervals. If the user is unable to give the ‘okay’ message then a defined emergency procedure is activated.