Motorola CP200 Portable Two-Way Radio UHF & VHF Models For Sale
The CP200TM portable two-way radio offers increased communication flexibility with features such as push-to-talk ID and selective call. Powerful audio output penetrates noisy environments, providing clear, crisp audio at any volume. A lightweight, ergonomic design makes Motorola CP200 radios comfortable to carry and operate. It is another impressive addition to the two way radios Altech has for sale. Contact us today for your quote, answers to any questions about Motorola CP200 programming, Motorola programming software, Motorola vhf radio base stations, two way radio signal boosters, and to learn what radios are compatible with the CP200.
To provide the CP200 range that’s best for your business, our Motorola CP200 radios for sale are available in both 4W Motorola CP200 UHF and 5W Motorola CP200 VHF models. A range of Motorola CP200 battery choices and charger choices with rapid recharging capabilities help ensure radio readiness across industries.
For a more fully-featured analog/digital radio, please see the CP200d.
Motorola CP200 Radio Features
Due to the FCC Narrowbanding mandate in the United States, product specifications and brochures for Motorola Solutions two-way radio products may indicate 25 kHz/12.5 kHz analog/digital operation which may not be the standard mode of operation at the time of shipment after Jan. 1st 2013.
Quik CallTM and MDC 1200 signaling
Sends and receives through features such as Push-to-Talk ID, Selective Call and Call Alert.
Flexible channel capacity
Operates on 4 or 16 channels.
Enlarged for maximum tactile response, accommodating users wearing gloves.
Can be programmed with two of four versatile features.
Private line codes (PLCs)
42 standard TPL codes and 84 standard digital codes maximize options.
Tricolor LED indicator shows feedback of calling, scanning or monitoring features.
Large rotary channel selector
Switches channels quickly and easily.
Small, lightweight, yet sturdy frame is built to withstand everyday wear and tear.
Scans for higher-priority channel.