Motorola Minitor

SKU: minitor
  • Available in Intrinsically Safe Models
  • 1 or 5 channels
  • Up to 16 minutes of stored voice standard
  • Division 1, Class I, Group C, D, Class II, Group E,F,G, Class III, T3C I.S. Rated
  • Supports 8 two-tone pairs and 4 individual long-tone alerts
  • Wide and Narrow-band Programmable
  • Optional AAA Battery
  • Priority Scan (5-Channel Model)
    Plays all traffic on both channels, alerts on the priority channel
  • Probability Scan (5-Channel Model)
    Plays all traffic on both channels, alerts on either channel
  • Battery Level Announcement
    In addition to LED indication, pager can also announce battery level (high, medium, low, critically low)
  • Rugged and Reliable Design
    IP56 rating for dust and water intrusion. Stands up to Motorola Accelerated Life Testing that simulates years of field use.
  • 2 Year Warranty

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VHF band two way radios: Most VHF band radios are in the 136-174 MHz range. These types of radios work best if users are located outdoors. VHF band travels well in open areas that are outdoors or across small rolling fields. Examples of these radio users are landscapers, construction road crews, railroad workers and land survey companies.

UHF band two way radios: Most UHF band two way radios are in the 438-512 MHz range. These types of radios work best indoors, or if users are indoors and need to communicate through walls to a user located outdoors. UHF band radios work well at penetrating walls, concrete and glass structures. This makes them ideal for manufacturing industries, warehouse workers and hospitality crews.

** It is important to note that most two way radios require FCC licensing. For more info on this, please contact us, we can assist with the FCC license process. **

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In order to make sure your old radios can communicate with new models, you must first locate your radio model number. You can find this by removing the radio battery. Once the model number is located, you can proceed with your radio order of the same make and model. Please contact us at 866-605-8255 for assistance.