The Motorola Solutions VX-264 is the premium radio system available in the VX-260 series. Offering similar functionality to the entry-level VX-260, this radio adds on a few extra features and services which may help to make your daily communications run that little bit smoother.
It has a simple display and battery indicator, for one, and can operate through up to 128 different channels. As with the VX-260 standard, VX-264 will let you quickly toggle and scan through multiple channels at once, making it a fast and easy system to scan and connect with over wide distances. It is also impressively lightweight at 330g, making it a robust, yet easily-transportable system to clip on and off each day.
The Motorola Solutions VX-264 supports a standard battery life of up to 19 hours on a charge when its internal battery saver system is activated. This should be more than enough time for you to cover a whole shift, and even a few hours of overtime added to the balance. As with its basic counterpart, VX-264 is also hugely versatile with a wide variety of accessories and add-ons, making it flexible and convenient for almost any public service need.
The Motorola Solutions VX-264 offers up to six programmable buttons on its simple interface, allowing you to personalise and customise your whole experience at will. Users will also benefit from multiple channel groupings, with eight such slots available. The system’s 8-digit, alphanumeric display offers just enough data for simple, everyday use. For any team needing the best of the basics, VX-264 really does satisfy these needs while going above and beyond.
However, it refrains from throwing in too many bells and whistles, and is available at an affordable rate to reflect this. It’s a highly adaptable, analogue device which can be easily introduced into any existing radio fleet.
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