Motorola XT420 Walkie Talkie - Twin Pack
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The Motorola XT420 twin pack walkie talkie is a great choice for two users wanting to easily communicate with each other. Its robust design makes it suitable for use in industrial, retail, and hospitality settings, and it meets military specs for resilience. Offering clear audio as well as additional features such as voice activation, user-selectable PL codes, and radio identification capability – plus customisation opportunities with a programming cable and software – the XT420 is a complete communications device. It also works hands-free when used with an accessory mic.
Motorola XT420 Twin Pack Uses
The Motorola XT420 two-way radio can be used in a variety of settings, such as:
Schools: The XT420 twin pack can be used by staff and administrators to communicate efficiently and quickly across the school campus. For example, it can be used by teachers to communicate with each other during an emergency, or by security personnel to coordinate patrols.
Retail: The XT420 twin pack can be used by store managers and employees to communicate with each other, improving customer service and coordination. For example, employees can use the radios to communicate with each other during a sale or to call for assistance during a busy period.
Construction: The XT420 twin pack can be used by construction workers and site managers to communicate with each other, improving safety and coordination. For example, workers can use the radios to communicate with each other during a site inspection or to call for assistance during an emergency.
Security: The XT420 twin pack can be used by security personnel to communicate with each other, improving safety and coordination. For example, security personnel can use the radios to communicate with each other during patrols or to call for assistance during an emergency.
Manufacturing: The XT420 twin pack can be used by factory workers and managers to communicate with each other, improving productivity and coordination. For example, workers can use the radios to communicate with each other during a production run or to call for assistance during an emergency.
Hospitality: The XT420 twin pack can be used by hotel staff and managers to communicate with each other, improving customer service and coordination. For example, staff can use the radios to communicate with each other during a busy period or to call for assistance during an emergency.
Overall, the Motorola XT420 offers reliable communication, durability, and a range of advanced features that make it suitable for a variety of environments.
Motorola XT420 Feature Highlights
Built-in 1500mW Loudspeaker with Wind-Noise Reduction:
The Motorola XT420 has a powerful built-in speaker that provides clear audio even in noisy environments, and also has wind-noise reduction technology to reduce background noise and improve audio quality.
Continuous Coverage - up to 16250 m2, 13 Floors or 9km Line of Sight:
The Motorola XT420 has a wide coverage area, allowing users to communicate over large distances and through multiple floors of a building.
The Motorola XT420 has an ergonomic design that is comfortable to hold and use, making it easy to operate even in demanding conditions.
The Motorola XT420 is built to withstand tough conditions and is water-resistant, making it ideal for use in outdoor or industrial environments.
Meets Military Standard 810 C, D, E, E and G plus IP55
The Motorola XT420 meets a variety of military standards for durability and resistance to extreme temperatures, humidity, shock, and vibration, as well as being dust tight and protected against water jets.
Antimicrobial Protection Coating
The Motorola XT420 has an antimicrobial coating that helps to protect against the growth of bacteria and other microorganisms.
The Motorola XT420 has 8 channels, allowing users to communicate on different frequencies and avoid interference from other radios.
Up to 16 Channel Alias', Selector knob
The Motorola XT420 can have up to 16 channel alias, making it easy to identify and switch between different channels.
VOX Capable With or Without Audio Accessories
The Motorola XT420 is capable of voice-operated transmission (VOX) with or without an accessory, allowing users to transmit hands-free.
Operates on PMR446 unlicensed frequencies
The Motorola XT420 operates on PMR446 unlicensed frequencies, which are open for public use without the need for a license.
The Motorola XT420 has a range of up to 9km, allowing users to communicate over long distances.
219 Privacy codes
The Motorola XT420 has 219 privacy codes, allowing users to keep their communications private.
Voice Scrambling for Extra Privacy
The Motorola XT420 has voice scrambling feature for extra privacy, encrypting the audio for secure communication.
Voice Prompts & Channel Announcements
The Motorola XT420 has voice prompts and channel announcements, making it easy to operate and switch channels.
Web Browser Programmable
The Motorola XT420 can be programmed via a web browser, making it easy to configure and update the radio.
The Motorola XT420 can be easily cloned, allowing multiple radios to be configured with the same settings.
USB CPS Interface
The Motorola XT420 has a USB CPS Interface, making it easy to connect to a computer for programming and firmware updates.
Seamless XTNi Series Transition:
The Motorola XT420 is compatible with other radios in the XTNi series, making it easy to transition to other models.
Motorola XT420 Summary
The Motorola XT420 twin pack is a reliable and flexible set of walkie talkies that features enhanced audio quality for clear communication. It comes with a separate programming cable and customer programming software for quick and easy access to programming and customization options. The radio also has advanced voice activation with or without audio accessories and user-selectable PL codes for added convenience. Additionally, it has commonly used functions such as channel announcement, a swivel belt clip, and the ability to identify radio features. The XT420 also meets military specifications for exceptional durability and can be used in hands-free operation with the use of an accessory mic. Furthermore, it is licence-free, ensuring clear signal and communication.
In summary, the Motorola XT420 is a dependable and versatile two-way radio that offers clear communication, advanced voice activation, and user-selectable PL codes. It is designed to meet military specifications, ensuring exceptional durability, and it can be easily programmed and customized with the use of a separate programming cable and customer programming software. Additionally, the radio has commonly used functions such as channel announcement, swivel belt clip, and the ability to identify radio features. It also allows for hands-free operation with the use of an accessory mic and is licence-free for clear signal and communication.
The XT420 is a non-display walkie talkie, so if you need or want a display radio with near identical features then the XT460 is the product to view.
Motorola XT420 Video
- Built-in 1500mW Loudspeaker with Wind-Noise Reduction
- Continuous Coverage - up to 16250 m2, 13 Floors or 9km Line of Sight
- Ergonomic Design
- Durable, Water-Resistant
- Meets Military Standard 810 C, D, E, E and G plus IP55
- Antimicrobial Protection Coating
- 8 Channels
- Up to 16 Channel Alias', Selector knob
- VOX Capable With or Without Accessory
- Operates on PMR446 unlicensed frequencies
- 219 privacy codes
- Voice Scrambling for Extra Privacy
- Voice prompts & channel announcements
- Web browser programmable
- Easy cloning
- USB CPS Interface
- Seamless XTNi Series transition
|EAN / UPC||5031753006419|
|Tx Power||0.5 Watts|
|Manufacturer Designed for|
|Business / Commercial||Yes|
|Channels and Privacy Codes||16 Channels and 219 privacy codes|
|Range **||Up to 9km|
|VOX/iVOX hands free||Yes|
|Standby time / Talk time||20h|
|Rechargeable Battery Type||Li-ion|
|Disposable Battery Type||None|
|Voice encryption function||Yes|
|Low Battery Warning||Yes|
|Weight||244g (with battery)|
|Size||11.6 x 5.8 x 4.0 cm|
|Connector accessory||Motorola 2 pin|
In The Box
- 2 x Portable Radio with Antenna
- 2 x Battery
- 2 x Carry Holster
- 2 x Single Charger
- 2 x Safety Manual
- 2 x Quick Start Guide
- 12 Months Warranty
There are a few reasons why the range of a walkie-talkie may not be as far as stated by the manufacturer. One reason could be interference from other electronic devices, such as cell phones or microwaves, which can disrupt the radio signal. Another reason could be physical obstructions, such as buildings or trees, which can block or weaken the signal. Additionally, the environment in which the walkie-talkie is used can also affect the range, such as using it in a mountainous or urban area. Finally, the quality of the walkie-talkie itself can also play a role, with higher quality devices generally having a greater range.
All orders placed before 15.00 on a workday, Monday to Friday will be processed for delivery on a next working day, tracked delivery service.
Depending where you live, deliveries may take 2 working days to reach you.
The delivery cost per order is £7.00 ex vat
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If the product is licenced, and you require it to be programmed, shipping will be completed after the radio has been programmed
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