Motorola XPR7350e (Enabled) VHF TRBO radio, model number AAH56JDC9RA1AN. This is a 5 watt, 32 channel radio with a band split of 136-174 Mhz. Radio is in excellent condition and guaranteed fully operational. These radios can be programmed for both analog and digital operation. Radios come complete with antenna, Li ion battery, belt clip and rapid charger. These radios have the Connect Plus feature already enabled.
What's new in the XPR7350e:
- Integrated accelerometer for optional Man Down
- Bluetooth® 4.0
- Indoor location tracking
- Integrated Wi-Fi®
- Over-the-air software updates
- Enhanced audio quality
- Improved expandability
- Better battery life (up to 29 hrs)
- Better range (up to 8%)
- Better waterproofing (IP68)
Systems supported: Enabled
- Analog Conventional: Yes
- Digital Conventional: Yes
- IP Site Connect: Yes
- Capacity Plus: Yes
- Linked Capacity Plus: Yes
- Connect Plus: Yes
- LTR/PassPort: Future
Loud front-facing speaker and Intelligent Audio feature automatically adjusts the radio volume according to the environment's noise level.
Embedded into the radio and enables connectivity with wireless accessories, including Motorola's unique Operations Critical Wireless earpieces designed for rugged and reliable communications. Share real-time information easily by connecting radios to Bluetooth-enabled data devices.
Certified as intrinsically safe by UL approvals when purchased and equipped with an UL battery for use in hazardous environments.
Built-in scrambling for increased security.
Enables a user to interrupt another radio conversation to deliver critical communication exactly when and where it's needed.
Locate mobile work teams using integrated GPS.
Features the industry's largest application developer program to enable a wide variety of customized applications including: location tracking, Bluetooth data, email gateways, dispatch, telephony, man-down and work order ticket management.
Tightly sealed against wind and dust, and submersible in up to one meter of water for 30 minutes (IP68).
Orange button on the top of the radio can be programmed to send an alert to a supervisor or dispatcher during an emergency situation