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Motorola CM300d-UA40 UHF 40W Analog Mobile Radio
The CM300d is easy to use and delivers clear communication for maximum efficiency of your operation
- CM300d Analog 40W VHF Mobile
- PMMN4090 Standard Microphone
- RLN6469 Mounting Bracket
- HKLN4137 Power Cable
This rugged CM300d radio offer all the benefits of the latest technology. Twice the capacity, greater coverage and superior audio. These affordable mobiles are compatible with the MOTOTRBO features you'll find are business-essential.With its bright, high contrast alphanumeric screen, the CM300d allows drivers to see important information such as caller ID. The CM300d are so easy to use and deliver such clear voice communications, you’ll be amazed how efficient your operation can be.
- Analog with digital upgrade available
- 99 Channels
- UHF 403 - 470 MHz
- Dual Capacity Mode
- Alphanumeric Display
- Transmit Interrupt in Decode
- Basic Privacy
- Voice Announcement
- IP54 Rated
Connect Your Crew
CM300d mobile radios are ideal for keeping your people reliably and cost-effectively connected so they can communicate, coordinate and collaborate – whether they’re delivering packages or transporting passengers. With easy-to-use ergonomics and crisp, clear audio, now your teams can work more efficiently.
Migrate to Digital When You Are Ready
It’s easy to migrate to digital with the CM300d radio because it delivers the same features as the CM300 as well as adding an upgrade path to digital. Both models can operate in analog and digital modes concurrently - and to ease the transition even further, the dynamic mixed mode repeater functionality streamlines automatic switching between analog and digital calls. So you can start using MOTOTRBO radios and repeaters on your existing analog system, then migrate to digital when your business is ready
Durability That Lasts
The CM300d mobile is built to last. They are rated IP54 (splashproof, virtually dustproof), so they can be used even in harsh environments. Moreover, the design has been proven tough in Motorola's grueling accelerated Life test program, in which the radios must survive a simulated 5 years of hard service before they are accepted.