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Motorola HT1250 VHF Two Way Radio 136-174 MHz Model II (Yellow)

  • Model: AAH25KDF9AA5AN
  • Manufactured by: Motorola

$259.95

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Band VHF
Frequencies 136 - 174 MHz
Frequency Center 156 MHz    
Channel Spacing 12.5 / 15 / 20 / 25
PLL Steps 2.5,  3, .125kHz
Power Output 1 - 5 Watts
Channel Capacity 128
Zone Capacity 16
Band Width Narrow Band, Wide Band
Wavelength 1.723 - 2.172  meters

 

Motorola HT1250 VHF portable radio is an essential tool for growing organizations because of its unique versatility. The radio offers a full menu of advanced signaling features, including paging or calling selective radios or groups. Users can store information such as phone numbers, call lists and radio IDs for easy access.


HT1250 portable. It’s the radio that changes with your needs.
Motorola's unique X-Pand technology, audio clarity is superb even in noisy surroundings. The large LCD display is extremely helpful in large communication networks and critical situations.

Features

X-Pand Voice Compression
6 Programmable Front and Side Buttons
Adjustable Power Levels
Dual Priority Scan
Repeater Talk-around
Telephone Interconnect Capable
Front Panel Programmable Phone List

HT1250 Powerful and Adaptable. Small, Lightweight and Durable

Limited Keypad Model
12.5 / 25 kHz Switchable Channel Spacing
Clock with Alarm
Battery Status Indicator
Option Board Capabilities
FM Modulation 12.5kHz 11KOF3E 25/30kHz 16KOF3E
Water Intrusion IP54
Programmable Emergency Button
Escalert Call Features
Internal VOX
14-Character Alphanumeric Display with User-friendly Icons
Control Buttons Menu, navigation and exit functions

Quick Call II and MDC1200 Signaling
Push-to-Talk ID (Encode/Decode)
Identify your outgoing calls and incoming callers

Selective Call (Encode/Decode)
Send and receive a call from a specific group or individual

Call Alert (Encode/Decode)
Inform unavailable users that you're trying to reach them and receive alerts of incoming calls when your're a short distance away from your radio

Radio Check (Encode/Decode)
Learn whether another user's radio is activated and let others check your radio status

Emergency (Encode)
Sounds an alarm or alerts dispatcher in urgent situations

Selective Radio Inhibit (Decode)
Allows system owner to disable stolen or missing radios


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