The Motorola Solutions EVX-S24 may be small, but it is far from simple – at least in terms of features! Easy to use yet rich in a variety of features and protective standards, the Motorola Solutions EVX-S24 stands alone as its comms device. It offers protection against dust and water through extensive industrial testing and rigorous checks. What’s more, it is a fantastically adaptable device, allowing you to switch from analogue to digital and back again with ease. This also means that you can easily introduce it into any existing fleet.
Offering up to 256 different channels and 16 groupings, this is a device which will strive to connect you to the people you need to talk to, whatever the cost. Boasting a simple alphanumeric display and 2-tone and 5-tone capability, you can now take more control over your communications strategy than ever before. Scan for channels and available operators with ease through mixed mode, allowing you to approach users on both analogue and digital devices.
The Motorola Solutions EVX-24 will run for up to 12 hours in digital mode and 11 hours in analogue mode on one charge, meaning you likely won’t need to power up and down more than once in any 24-hour period. This will be hugely convenient for all users! Do also make use of the handy battery saver and low power modes, however, if you find that you are running out of juice too quickly.
Boasting a wide variety of analogue and digital features, the EVX-S24 has also been developed to offer incredible call and audio quality. The device makes use of leading AMBE+2 technology, a vocoder system which allows for optimum clarity from call to call.
Lightweight and customisable with various accessories, the Motorola Solutions EVX-S24 is a great little device which will blend seamlessly into your fleet and team communications strategy.
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