Motorola Continues MOTOTRBO XPR/SL 7000 Series Trade-in Offer Until 12/31/18

MOTOTRBO Trade-in Offers

Motorola Solutions extended their trade-in discounts this week on next-generation MOTOTRBO XPR 7000e, SL 7000e, and XPR 5000e series DMR digital radios. Also, special financing offers continue until the end of the year.

Motorola MOTOTRBO XPR 7000e, SL 7000e Series Trade-In OfferSL7550e, XPR 7350e, XPR 7550e, XPR 7580e

End users receive a $1200 discount off an order of 10 handheld XPR 7000e or SL 7000e series DMR radios with a qualifying trade-in of 10 business radios or cellular PTT phones. The XPR/SL 7000e series models include the latest features and accessories that future proof your investment. Intrinsically-safe UL HAZLOC models for hazardous environments are also eligible.

Motorola XPR 5000e MOTOTRBO Mobile Radio Trade-In Offer

MOTOTRBO DMR Full Featured Mobile Two-Way RadioEnd users receive a $300 discount off an order of 10 XPR 5000e DMR mobile radios with a qualifying trade-in of 10 business radios or cellular PTT phones.

The XPR 5000 delivers clear audio, optional color display, Bluetooth for audio and data, enhanced GPS, text messaging, and custom applications customized for your business.

MOTOTRBO Fourth Quarter 2018 Finance Promotions

For MOTOTRBO system upgrades of at least $25,000, Motorola will offer incentives through their authorized finance partner, Lease Corporation of America. Upgrade your system using 12 month interest-free financing or lower your payments with 3.1% financing for 36 months.

For more information about the fourth quarter 2018 MOTOTRBO trade-in promo and a formal quote contact our Dover, Delaware office at 302-734-9250 M-F 8-5pm EST or use the form below.

Choose The Correct Motorola Intrinsically-Safe Battery

New Motorola IS Radios Are Now UL Certified

Workers using communications devices in refineries, grain elevators, and fuel storage facilities need an intrinsically-safe certified 2-way radio. Hazardous locations, called HAZLOC, certified radios have a label to identify the NFPA 70 certifications for classifications and groups. Starting 2016, Motorola stopped shipping FM (Factory Mutual) certified radios and transitioned to UL (Underwriters Laboratories). It is important to know FM and UL TIA-4950 intrinsically-safe batteries are NOT interchangeable.

Astro and MOTOTRBO IS Radios

How to Identify FM and UL Certified RadiosGreen dots on battery and radio

Radios with a FM certification have a label with GREEN text and GREEN dot usually on the bottom of the radio. FM certified batteries have the same GREEN label and GREEN dot. In order to be certified, you need two dots with the same color.

UL certified radios have a label with WHITE text and a WHITE dot. APX and XPR 7000 series intrinsically-safe radio fleets delivered before and after 1/1/16 need to make sure the batteries are correct. FM certified replacement batteries will continue to be available for a long time and are safe. Purchasing managers will need to know if FM or a UL replacement battery is required.

APX and XPR 7000/6000/3000 FM and UL Battery Choices

APX FM (green dot) batteries include NNTN7033, NNTN7035, NNTN7036, NNTN8092, and NNTN8129.

APX UL TIA4950 HAZLOC (white dot) batteries are NNTN8921, NNTN8930, PMNN4504, PMNN4505, and NNTN8560.

XPR 7000 FM (green dot) battery is the NNTN8129. The XPR 6000 series uses the PMNN4069.

XPR 7000 UL TIA-4950 HAZLOC (white dot) battery is the NNTN8560. The XPR 7000e/3000e UL TIA-4950 HAZLOC battery is the PMNN4489.

Fact Sheet – Motorola FM to UL Transition

Motorola FAQ FM to UL TIA Document – MOTOTRBO