Motorola CP100d Digital Two Way Radio
The Motorola CP100d Digital Two Way Radio is offered as a 5 Watt VHF or a 4 Watt UHF two way radio and is designed for Users looking to upgrade to digital affordably. You'll be very pleased with the increased channel capacity, clarity of the digital signal, and longevity of the battery. Motorola CP100d digital two way radios are well equipped to handle the toughest work environments and are built to withstand being dropped on concrete as well as being water resistant. The Motorola cP100d can be programmed to work in both Analog and Digital Modes meaning it is fully compatible with any existing analog radios you have. Using the Motorola CP110d in Digital mode provides the best battery life, range, and audio quality.
Key Features of the Motorola CP100d Digital Two Way Radio Include:
- 16 Talk Channels
- 4 Watt UHF or 5 Watt VHF
- Up to 10 Hours of Battery Life in Analog and 14 Hours in Digital Mode
- Digital Quality Audio with No Background Noise
Your Motorola CP100d Two Way Radio Purchase Includes:
- 1 UHF or VHF Motorola CP100d Handset Selected at the Time of Purchase
- Free Programming
- Free Shipping
- 1 Desktop Charging Tray
We Educate .... You Decide .... if the Motorola CP100d Two Way Radio is Right For You!
Will the Motorola CP100d work with my MotoTRBO two way radios? Yes, the Motorola CP100d is part of the MotoTRBO family of digital two way radios.
Can I continue to use my existing two way radios with the Motorola CP100d? Yes, we can program both Analog and Digital frequencies into the Motorola CP100d. Please note, the Motorola CP100d has reduced battery life in analog mode.
Will the Motorola CP100d work with other digital two way radios? Yes, the Motorola CP100d will work with other TDMA digital two way radios.
Why go Digital? Digital Two Way Radios have exceptional audio quality, better battery life, and better range than analog two way radios programmed to the same frequencies. As an added benefit, you do not hear static or have interference from other two way radio users when using digital radios.