The Motorola Solutions MOTOTRBO™ SL1600 is slim, powerful, and designed for simple, everyday use. If you’re keen to take on a two-way radio which keeps things straightforward – at a high level of performance – this is a system which will appeal to you.
Designed for everyday use, this lightweight radio operates on both VHF and UHF, with a capacity of up to 99 channels. Boasting a battery life of up to 14 hours, the SL1600 is available both in digital and analogue versions. On the basis of one charge, the unit should last you the entirety of a standard shift, making it reliable from day to day.
One of the clear advantages of using the MOTOTRBO™ SL1600 radio lies in the fact that it’s a one-handed device. There are no complicated buttons or features you need to worry about. Slide to increase and decrease volume, push to toggle power, and push to talk. The system also runs on a ‘fast toggle’ basis for channel-finding, which means you can easily scan up to ten channels in any one press. It is amazingly efficient.
Despite is slimline appearance, the Motorola Solutions SL1600 radio is built to weather all manner of use. It is one of the most robust radios in Motorola Solutions entire library. It has been thoroughly tested through a five-year simulation. This means that even in the roughest climates or most busy of job roles, it will stay with you for years to come.
The SL1600 uses an active LED view display which operates behind the main casing. To conserve battery power, the display functions will switch off when not in active use. You’ll also benefit from Motorola Solutions superb Range Max technology. This allows you to take advantage of a wider range than most everyday radios can handle.
Simple, sleek and deceptively rich in features, the SL1600 is a great choice.
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