Easy Digital 2-Way Radio Migration With XPR 3300 and XPR 3500

Motorola MOTOTRBO XPR3300, XPR3500

Basic Low-Cost Digital/Analog DMR Voice Communications

Moto BatwingsWith last year’s introduction of the Motorola XPR 3000 series, analog users can now add a DMR digital capable radio that is compatible with VHF or UHF communications systems.

The entry-level XPR 3300 and the XPR 3500 with display can be programmed with existing analog and digital modes for easier migration. Pricing is significantly lower and not a big jump as compared to analog-only radios.

MOTOTRBO XPR 3300/3500 With Improved Digital Features

You will notice a difference in audio quality and clarity in digital mode. Messages are clearer throughout your coverage footprint and battery life is normally 40% longer as compared to analog. The radios are compatible with IP Site Connect systems for increased coverage and Capacity Plus trunking systems. The radios are capable of two simultaneous, private conversations on a single frequency without a repeater.

XPR 3300/3500 Built-to-Last With IP55 Rating

XPR 3300,3500 Audio ConnectorThe XPR 3300 and XPR 3500 provide the quality you expect from Motorola. The IP55 rating and sealed audio connector keep dust and dirt from the interior of the radio. The basic package includes an IMPRES single unit charger that will condition the optional IMPRES battery for improved performance. The XPR 3300 has 16 channel capacity and the XPR 3500 with display can accommodate 128 channels.

The XPR 3000 series does not support GPS, intrinsically-safe operation, or third party productivity applications. There is no orange emergency button on the top of the radio however there are two programmable buttons on the side. Batteries and audio accessories use a different connector and are not compatible with the XPR 6000 and 7000 series.

The XPR 3300 and XPR3500 is recommended for users with CP200, CP185, and P1225 radios found in schools, hotels, and manufacturing where voice communications is preferred. Contact us for pricing using the form below.

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