Motorola MCS2000 UHF Model 2 100 Watts 403-470 HAM


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Product Overview


Description :

Motorola MCS2000 UHF Remote Mount Model II - model number M01RLM9PW6AN. This is a 100 watt, 160 channel radio with a band split of 403-470 Mhz Unit comes complete with palm mic (may differ from what mic is pictured), external speaker, control head, control cable, mounting tray and power cable. Radio is in excellent shape and guaranteed not DOA. If you have any questions please contact us.

Key Capabilities

  • System Compatibilities - Compatible with conventional, simulcast, AMSS, StartSite™, SMARTNET, SMARTNET Type I SECURENET™, StatAlert™, and SmartZone
  • Narrow Band Operation - Software configurable bandwith operation for VHF and UHF can be programmed to operate at 12.5, 25, or 30 kHz channel bands.
  • Broad Band Operation - Offers unprecedented band extensions in VHF and UHF-one radio covers multiple sub-bands. This makes interoperability between organizations on adjacent sub-bands easier and more economical.
  • Mobile Data Capability - Operates in either voice or data modes within one radio, allowing the user to send and receive both types of information. This includes analog, VRM 100 and VRM 500 data.
  • Portable Companion Radio - Compatible with the MTS 2000 portable radio series, sharing a number of key characteristics: similar software option, feature availability, radio programming, display output, feature operation, ergonomics and appearance.

Motorola MCS200 Features

The MCS 2000 may be one of the smallest radios in its class, but it doesn't stop short with it many features. The three models of the MCS 2000 are sure to meet users' needs perfectly.

Model Options

  • Model I
    This mobile analog radio has many useful features that the customer is sure to benefit from. Some of these features include:
    • 1 x 8 alphanumeric display
    • 5 programmable buttons
    • 4w internal speaker
    • Channels 48 std/150 optional
  • Model II
    This mobile radio has a large display and speaker as well as many buttons to fit the users needs without added complexity. Additional features include:
    • 14 alphanumeric display
    • 13 programmable buttons
    • 7.5w external speaker
    • Channels 160 std/250 optional
  • Model III
    The third model of the MCS 2000 has a diverse range of features that are sure to provide the most flexibility for the user. Additional features include:
    • 2 x 14 alphanumeric display
    • 11 programmable buttons
    • 7.5w external speaker
    • Channels 160 std/250 optional

NOTE:  If your order includes programming, please email us a request for our Programming Form after checkout.  We will only program up to 16 channels and do not program for trunking systems.



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  • 5
    Outstanding Radio for GMRS

    Posted by Dave on 17th Jul 2023

    Ordered 2 of these MCS2000s for a base and a mobile install. Units arrived complete, cleaned, and buffed to a shine. Not a joke. These things appear to be fully detailed before packaging. Final wipe down done with All Purpose Spray for that added shine, by the looks of it. Very well done. Functionality wise these units work as they should. Full Tx power into a well matched (1.1 SWR) antenna on the meter. Rx audio is some of the best around. MCS2000s have a rep for this. It's just easy to hear the voice, even if they are a weak signal with some static. In re: the Tx power and FCC GMRS regs: The idea is to run a 100W radio at 50% power to lengthen it's service life. MSC2000s aren't the most efficient in low power mode, still drawing a good amount of amps on the 12V line, but the radio runs nice and cool. Low power on these units has measured at about 52W. Programming is a challenge to get up and working, but once you have a machine and cable that allows you to program, it's quick and easy. You need to have a little IT experience for this since you basically need an older laptop/desktop with Win7 Ultimate 32 bit and Virtual XP mode (32 bit). This was the only way I could get the USB programming cable to work and it's a quality cable from bluemax49ers. If any of this seems daunting, have these guys do it for you. Very please overall and will most definitely be doing business here again!

  • 5

    Posted by Daniel Tyo on 11th Jan 2023

    Purchased this radio to use for a P25 gateway project. The radio as delivered was very clean and looked new. It came with the base unit, remote control panel, mic and remote speaker. It has worked as expected; I'll certainly consider Used for future purchases.