Motorola DTR550 Digital License Free Two Way Radio
- Maximum Purchase:
- 6 units
FCC License Free Radio: This 900Mhz ISM FHSS radio does not require an FCC License, plus Free Shipping!
CLOSE-OUT - Discontinued - See DTR600 for replacement. What’s the best way to keep employees interconnected and interacting? Event planner or building manager, concierge or crossing guard, continuous communication is critical to the success of work teams. That’s why the DTR550 Digital On-Site Two-Way Radio is the perfect business tool. With enhanced in-building coverage, loud, clear audio and no monthly fees or contracts, it delivers all the benefits of digital at an exceptional value. Bonus, SMS Text feature and Vibra Call alert.
The DTR550 is a LICENSE FREE radio and does not require an FCC license to operate. The DTR550 radio provides the perfect solution that best fits the needs of your staff operations including multiple call options, channels and special features. With the DTR digital technology, voice communications are louder and clearer across an extended range without static ensuring that your voice is crisp and clear even at the outside edge of coverage. The DTR-550 is license free and hassle free, eliminating the need for regulatory paperwork and licensing applications, and fees.
SMS canned text messaging - Transmits reception and origination information, as well as time/date stamp.
License-free Digital Technology - Operating in the digital 900 MHz ISM license-free band, DLR radios leverage on the Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum (FHSS), which makes communications more private and reliable when compared to analog radios.
Digital one-to-many group call - Allows other DTR radios on same group ID and channel to communicate.
Rugged, compact poly-carbonate housing - Offers comfort, with rubber over mold.
Durable design - Meets military 810 C, D, E, and F specifications for shock, vibration, water, dust and temperature extremes.
Full-graphic backlit display - Uses contrast adjustment and backlight timer and provides battery gauge.
Caller ID - Stores recent call list—up to last 20 transmissions.
Unit-to-unit configuration - Simplifies cloning operation, with via optional cable.
Extended Talk Range - Communicate across an extended range of 350,000 sq ft and up to 30 floors*. With digital technology, you can communicate clearly up to the edge of coverage without the static often found on analog radios. Coverage depends on terrain and environmental conditions.
CPS Programming Software - Personalize your channel voice prompts, channel alias names, radio name, top button, channel number and much more by using the free CPS.
Long Battery Life - Provides long lasting battery life for continuous operation of up to 14.5 hours.
Reliable and Durable - DTR radios meet test methods from Military Standards 810 C, D, E, F and G, including shock, vibration, extreme temperatures and dust. Tough, poly-carbonate housing.
- Up to 30 Groups (Channels), 20 public and 10 private
- 300,000 Sq. Ft. / 25 Floor
- 900 Mhz ISM FHSS Frequencies
- Frequency Hopping Technology
- User Selectable Frequencies
- Rechargeable 14.5 Hour Lithium Battery Pack Included
- Uses Eavesdrop Resistant FHSS Technology
- Direct One-To-One Calling
- Supports Cloning
- Text Messaging
- Vibra-Call vibrating alert
- Caller ID
- Contacts List
- Up to 5 Group Scan
- Talk Confirmation Tone
- Backlit Display
- Battery Meter
- Low Battery Alert
- Audible Button Beeps
- Fixed Antenna
- Clock / Alarm
- Water Resistant
- 1.0 Watt Output Power
- Includes Drop-In Battery Charger
- Voice Prompts
- 3 Call Alert Tones
- PC Configurable (cable sold separately)
- Two Year Manufacturer Warranty
What come's in the box:
- Motorola DTR550 Radio with Extended Range Antenna
- DTR Holster with Belt Clip
- Li-Ion Battery Pack
- Single Unit Charger - Drop In
- AC Adapter
- Quick Reference Guide
I wish I could give this 5 stars, but I can't. Great that you don't need a license and has good range and clarity. But, the programming connector is an older serial port style and I had to buy a USB adapter to get it work on computer. Also, there is a delay in the transmission and receiption, about a second. Overall, I still like it.