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  • Motorola DTR700 video

    Commercial tier radios do not have many license free options, so when a manufacturer offers one, it's kind of a big deal. The Motorola DTR Series is one such option, and these 900 MHz radios eventually became fairly popular choices through the years for businesses, and even some consumers.

    Not long ago, Motorola replaced the DTR650 digital radio with a new model, the DTR700. So what's new and different with it? We're glad you asked.

    This video produced by Buy Two Way Radios is a brief introduction to the Motorola DTR700 license-free digital commercial two way radio and an overview of its features.

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  • Motorola More With Digital Offer!

    Motorola More With Digital PromotionBuy at least six Motorola CLS, CLP, RM or RD Series radios and get one FREE radio. Buy at least six Motorola DLR Series or DTR600 radios and get one FREE radio PLUS 1 FREE earpiece! This is a great deal from Motorola and is available for a limited time only!

    This offer is fulfilled by Motorola directly, so the free radio or free radio and free earpiece will be sent to you after Motorola receives your online redemption claim.

    Offer valid on up to ten (10) qualifying claims or 60 radios purchased through December 31, 2019. Limit of one free radio or free radio and earpiece per six radios purchased, up to 60. All groups of six radios purchased must be within the same product series. Offer valid from September 1 to December 31, 2019. Purchaser must redeem the free radio(s) or free radio(s) and free earpiece(s) online at www.MotorolaSolutionsRadioRewards.com. Other rules and restrictions apply.Read the promotional flyer for details.

    The Following models qualify for the offer:

    Model Type Min Purchase Max Purchase Free Item
    CLP1010
    CLP1040
    CLP1060
    Analog 6 60 1 Radio
    CLS1110
    CLS1410
    Analog 6 60 1 Radio
    DLR1020
    DLR1060
    Digital 6 60 1 Radio + 1 earpiece
    DTR600 Digital 6 60 1 Radio + 1 earpiece
    RDU4100
    RDU4160d
    RDV5100
    Analog 6 60 1 Radio
    RMM2050
    RMU2040
    RMU2080
    RMU2080d
    RMV2080
    Analog 6 60 1 Radio

    NOTE: Redemption requests must be entered by 11:59 PM EST on January 15, 2020. Redemption submissions received after that date will NOT be eligible. Offer good only in the U.S. and Puerto Rico and is void where prohibited, taxed and restricted by law.

  • Differences between the Motorola CP200 and Motorola CP200d

    Motorola CP200 vs. CP200dThe Motorola CP200 was a very popular business two way radio for many years, and one of Motorola's best selling models. In 2017, Motorola discontinued the CP200 and replaced it with an updated model, the CP200d.

    On the outside, they are essentially the same radio. On the inside, there's more to the story.

    The CP200 is an analog only radio. The CP200d adds digital functionality. This digital difference alone gives the CP200d an obvious edge over its predecessor. But is that the only advantage? Let's compare the differences and similarities between these two radios.

    Compatibility
    The Motorola CP200d is a combination analog and digital radio, so it is backwards compatible with the older CP200 in analog mode. The dual analog and digital mode capability allows you to upgrade to digital gracefully through normal attrition instead of ditching analog entirely and going digital all at once. This makes the move to digital much more affordable, and much easier to manage.

    Audio Quality
    It goes without saying that digital radios tend to have a greater clarity than analog models, and the CP200d is no exception. Digital audio is cleaner, without a lot of the background noise and artifacts typically heard on an analog transmission. This helps minimize requests for re-transmissions of garbled or lost dialogue, thus decreasing response time and improving efficiency of communications between everyone in your group. As a digital radio, the CP200d improves on the CP200 with crisp, clear audio for higher quality sound.

    Features
    Both models support up to 16 channels, and both share the same physical characteristics, such as the rotary channel selector knob, tri-color LED, accessory connector, large push-to-talk (PTT) button and two programmable buttons on the side.

    Inside, both models include many of the standard features typically found on many analog business two way radios, but the CP200d includes a few more, such as analog scrambling, a password lock, vote scan, and Auto Range Transponder System (ARTS™). The CP200d also has voice announcements.

    The CP200d is a DMR digital radio, so it adds some unique features not available in an analog radio such as the CP200, such as Dual Capacity Direct Mode, private calling, and transmit interrupt (decode only). These digital features, combined with the added features in analog mode, give the CP200d a significant upgrade over the old CP200.

    The table below compares the features of both models.

    Motorola CP200 vs. CP200d Features
    Feature CP200 CP200d
    (Analog)
    CP200d
    (Digital)
    Adjustable Gain
    Adjustable Power
    All Call
    ARTS™ Alert - -
    Call Alert
    Channels 16 16 16
    Channel Scan
    DMR - -
    Dual Capacity Direct Mode - -
    Emergency Alert - -
    Group Call -
    Low Battery Alert
    Monitor Channel -
    Nuisance Channel Delete
    One Touch Access - -
    Password Lock -
    Power Selectable
    Privacy - -
    Private Call - -
    Repeater Capable
    Scrambling - -
    Selective Call -
    Squelch -
    Talk Around
    TDMA - -
    Transmit Interrupt - -
    Trill Enhancement -
    Voice Announcement -
    Vote Scan - -
    VOX

    Battery Life
    The CP200d offers slightly longer battery life in analog mode than the CP200, and much longer uptime in digital mode. The CP200d consumes less power in digital mode than analog, and it's another advantage to going all digital.

    Motorola CP200 vs. CP200d Battery Life
    Model Power 1400 mAh
    NiMH
    1600 mAh
    Slim Li-ion
    2200 mAh
    Li-ion
    2250 mAh
    Li-ion
    CP200 (UHF) 4W 10 Hours 12 Hours - 14 Hours
    CP200 (VHF) 5W 10 Hours 12 Hours - 14 Hours
    CP200d (UHF)
    Analog
    4W 9 Hours 10.5 Hours 14.5 Hours -
    CP200d (UHF)
    Digital
    4W 11.5 Hours 13.5 Hours 18.5 Hours -
    CP200d (VHF)
    Analog
    5W 9 Hours 10.5 Hours 14.5 Hours -
    CP200d (VHF)
    Digital
    5W 11.5 Hours 13.5 Hours 18.5 Hours -

    Footprint
    Both radios are roughly the same size, but the CP200d is slightly lighter in weight, by about an ounce. Of course, this depends on the battery used, but in every case, with the same battery on both models, the CP200d comes out ahead.

    Durability
    The Motorola CP200 and CP200d are comparable in durability, with solid construction. These radios are built with a rugged, die-cast chassis to withstand harsh environments. Both models are rated IP54 for dust and water intrusion. They are also compliant to Portable Military Standards (MIL-STD) 810C, D, E, and F. In addition, the CP200d is MIL-STD 810G. The CP200d includes a two year warranty from Motorola.

    Accessories
    The CP200 and CP200d share the same form factor, so the batteries, chargers, antennas and other accessories are fully cross-compatible. If you already have a fleet of CP200 radios and want to migrate to digital, going with the CP200d is ideal, since you can use all the accessories in your existing fleet to mix and match with both models. This is a real money saving value and is another reason consider the CP200d.

    Although they have important differences, the Motorola CP200 and CP200d are also very similar in the sense that they are compatible with one another in analog mode. If you already use CP200 radios in your work environment and need to replace a few or want to go digital, the Motorola CP200d is the logical choice.

  • Last chance for Motorola Buy and Multiply Free Rewards!

    Motorola Buy and Multiply Rewards Offer!The Motorola Buy and Multiply Free Rewards offer expires at Midnight Sunday, June 30, 2019. If you want to save big bucks on Motorola Onsite Business Radios, now's your last chance!

    Purchase at least six Motorola on-site business radios and choose one of three rewards: a free radio, a $95-$150 Prepaid Visa® card, or a free Multi-Unit Charger! Buy 48 radios or more and double the rewards! This rewards offer is valid on Motorola CLP, CLS, DLR, RD and RM series radios through the end of June. Remember: This offer expires June 30, 2019. Read our official announcement for details.

  • The differences between the Motorola CLS1110 and CLS1410

    Motorola CLS Series radios are popular with many onsite businesses, and it's no secret why. They are compact, comfortable to carry, easy to use and a great value.

    The Motorola CLS1110 and CLS1410 seem very similar, but there are some differences. In this video, Danny explains what those differences are and tells you how to figure out which one is best for your application. The CLS1110 and CLS1410 are available from Buy Two Way Radios.

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  • The difference between the Motorola DTR600 and DTR700 | video

    What's the difference between the Motorola DTR600 and DTR700 digital radios? Is one better than the other, or are they both exactly the same?

    In this video, Danny explains the one basic difference between these two models in the DTR series and when you may need or want to choose one over the other. The DTR600 and DTR700 are now available from Buy Two Way Radios.

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  • TWRS-134 - Why Businesses Prefer Motorola CLS1110 and CLS1410 Radios

    Two Way Radio Show
    We tell you which Motorola radios are popular with retailers and why. We’ll also take comments and questions from our blog, YouTube channel and forums.

    Intro :00
    Billboard 1:11

    Discussion Topic 1:28
    We explain why the Motorola CLS1110 and CLS1410 on-site radios are so popular with many businesses. We’ll discuss why radios are used for communication in dental offices, restaurants, retail stores and other onsite business operations and why many of them prefer the CLS series of Motorola radios in particular.

    Questions and Answers 21:14
    Comments and questions from readers of our Two Way Radio Blog, viewers of our YouTube Channel and members of the Two Way Radio Forum.

    Wrap up and Close 31:13
    Send in your comments and questions for Danny, Anthony and Rick to show[at]buytwowayradios.com. Feedback on this and other topics will be read by the hosts and included in future episodes of the show. Visit us at www.twowayradioshow.com!

    © 2019 Cricket Ventures, LLC. All rights reserved.


  • Motorola Buy and Multiply Rewards Offer!

    Motorola Buy and Multiply Rewards Offer!Ready for an early spring? How about an early spring sale? The spring savings are here, with the Motorola Buy and Multiply Rewards offer! For every 6 Motorola business two way radios that you buy, you can choose one of three rewards: a free radio, a Prepaid Visa® card, or a free Multi-Unit Charger!

    But that's not all. Buy 48 radios or more and double the rewards! This is an excellent deal from Motorola and is valid on the total purchase of up to 60 radios!

    This offer is fulfilled by Motorola directly, so the free radio, prepaid card or multi-unit charger will be sent to you after Motorola receives your online redemption claim.
    Offer valid on up to 60 radios purchased through June 30, 2019. Limit of one free radio or prepaid card or multi-unit charger per six radios purchased, up to 48. Limit of 2X Reward Bonus on 48, 54 or 60 radios. All groups of six radios purchased must be within the same product series. Offer valid from March 1 to June 30, 2019. Purchaser must redeem the free radio, prepaid card or multi-unit charger online at www.MotorolaSolutionsRadioRewards.com. Other rules and restrictions apply. Read the promotional flyer for details.

    The amount on the Prepaid Visa® card depends on specific model series of radios purchased.

    • Buy 6 CLP or CLS series radios and you can get a $95 prepaid card.
    • Buy 6 DLR, RD or RM series radios and you can get a $150 prepaid card.

    If you buy 48 or more radios, you get double the rewards, so the savings add up fast!

    The number of FREE and BONUS rewards you receive depends on the number of radios purchased and is as follows:

    Motorola Buy and Multiply Offer

    Motorola Buy and Multiply Rewards
    Buy Rewards Bonus Total Rewards
    6 1 1
    12 2 2
    18 3 3
    24 4 4
    30 5 5
    36 6 6
    42 7 7
    48 8 x 2 =16 Total
    54 9 x 2 =18 Total
    60 10 x 2 =20 Total

    NOTE: Redemption requests must be entered by 11:59 PM EST on July 15, 2019. Redemption submissions received after that date will NOT be eligible. Offer good only in the U.S. and Puerto Rico and is void where prohibited, taxed and restricted by law.

  • How to Program the Motorola DTR600 and DTR700 digital radios

    We’ve already done an introductory video on the Motorola DTR600, but we knew we needed something more. Now, we’re going to go more in depth and show you how to program the DTR600 and DTR700 digital radios using Motorola’s PMKN4154A programming cable (available in a kit as HKKN4027A) and free CPS PC programming software.

    In this video, we’ll install and setup the software, connect the radio to our laptop, read from the radio and create a profile in the software, create contacts and groups, write that profile back to the radio, and then we’ll go back discuss some of the features that are configurable using the software.

    The topics covered are listed below. You can watch the entire video or go to a specific section.

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  • TWRS-133 - New Motorola DTR600 and DTR700 Digital Radios

    Two Way Radio Show
    We tell you about two new 900 MHz business radios from Motorola. We’ll also tell you about promotions and rebates available from a couple of manufacturers and take some of your comments and questions from listeners of The Two Way Radio Show and readers of our blog.

    Intro :00
    Billboard 1:13

    Discussion Topic 1:32
    We tell you about the new Motorola DTR600 and DTR700 license free digital 900 MHz business radios. We’ll discuss some of their new features and functionality and discuss the advantages of using these radios for business operations. Watch our video programming tutorial! How to program the Motorola DTR600 and DTR700 digital radios will show you how to do it yourself.

    Manufacturer Promotions 32:03
    We tell you about some promotions and rebates from radio manufacturers, including a buy 6, get 2 free deal on Midland business radios and a cash rebate per radio offer on select Kenwood ProTalk business radios.

    Questions and Answers 35:51
    Comments and questions from listeners of The Two Way Radio Show and readers of our Two Way Radio Blog.

    Wrap up and Close 39:38
    Send in your comments and questions for Danny, Anthony and Rick to show[at]buytwowayradios.com. Feedback on this and other topics will be read by the hosts and included in future episodes of the show. Visit us at www.twowayradioshow.com!

    © 2019 Cricket Ventures, LLC. All rights reserved.


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