XPR 3000e Series Portable Two-way Radios
With this dynamic evolution of MOTOTRBO™ digital two-way radios, you’re better connected, safer and more efficient. The XPR™ 3000e Series is designed for the everyday worker who needs effective communications. With systems support and loud, clear audio, these next-generation radios deliver cost-effective connectivity to your organization.
Here’s what’s new in these next-generation radios:
- Integrated Wi-Fi
- Over-the-air sof
- tware updatesBluetooth® audio
- Enhanced audio quality
- Improved expandability
- Better battery life (up to 28 hours)
- Better range (up to 8%)
- Better waterproofing (IP67)
- HazLoc models available
XPR 3000e Series radios include:
XPR 3500e: Monochrome display, limited keypad
XPR 3300e: No display or keypad
The XPR 3000e Series is a family of DMR-standard digital radios that delivers operations-critical voice communications. Bluetooth® audio lets you talk without wires, integrated Wi-Fi enables remote software updates, giving you complete control of your radio fleet. With support for basic trunking, as well as legacy analog technology, you can keep your organization connected as it grows.
With new noise cancellation technology and improved clarity, the XPR 3000e Series delivers excellent audio quality to make your workplace communications clearly intelligible. The latest energy technology delivers up to 28 hours of battery life for 3-shift working, and the optional IMPRES Over-the-Air Battery Management tool helps you maximize battery lifetime. An improved receiver boosts range by up to 8%, allowing you to reach further than ever.
The XPR 3000e Series is designed to enhance safety in your organization, with the rapid response capability of instant push-to-talk communications. Even if a worker is unresponsive, you can remotely activate the radio to check status, ensuring your worker is safe. Privacy options are available to protect your communications, and radios can be remotely disabled if they are misplaced. New HazLoc models are available for use in areas where flammable or explosive materials are present.