NEW Product Announcement – MOTOTRBO™ SL2600 Hand portable
With its slim, lightweight design, the Motorola Solutions MOTOTRBO™ SL2600 portable two-way radio is stylish and discreet. It blends seamlessly with professional attire, allowing you to move freely. At the same time, it’s durable and built to last.
Get quick access to key radio functions along with information at a glance. Connect discreetly to Bluetooth® earpieces and sensors. Access Wi-Fi networks for over-the-air software updates. And use the SL2600 on trunking systems that support both data and voice.
Whats in the box?
1x SL2600 UHF or VHF Hand Portable Radio
1x 2300mAh Lithium Ion Battery
1x USB Charger ( Optional Upgrade to Single Unit Charger)
1x Holster/ Strap ( Optional Upgrade Handstrap & Belt Clip)
1x In-box Documentation (QRG option, Safety Booklet, RTTE Leaflet, and Accessory Leaflet)
24 Month warranty ( Extended Options Available)
Suits your style
At just 23mm thick, it fits easily in your hand, or discreetly in a pocket weighing only 190g.
With a virtual keypad and display, the SL2600 gives you a fast and easy way to navigate functions & receive information.
The SL2600 connects with wireless accessories such as Bluetooth® earpieces and sensors, allowing you to keep your radio out of sight but not out of touch.
With built-in Wi-Fi, the SL2600 can be updated over the air, saving valuable time by sending updates to the entire fleet.
Ready for more
The SL2600 supports conventional operation for single sites, IP Site Connect or scale up to Capacity Plus thanks to the efficient channel and spectrum usage of MOTOTRBO trunking.
Talk To Us Today About a Free TEST + TRIAL of the MOTOTRBO SL2600. Need Assistance With Your Radio System Or On A Technical Matter? We Are Suitably Qualified To Answer Any Questions You May Have. We Are Always Available Online To Chat With You. Alternatively, You Can Call Us On 0800 043 2688, Or Email Your Questions To Sales@Dcrs.Co.Uk
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