Get More Freedom And Flexibility With Bluetooth Designed For Business
This portfolio is a game changer, giving you the flexibility to remove the radio from your belt and stay connected within 30 feet. Your people rely on clear, continuous communication wherever their work takes them. And you rely on the Motorola radio system to keep them connected, current and collaborative. From the grounds crews on a golf course to security personnel at a sporting event to the receptionist at a resort, sharing information instantly and easily is absolutely critical – operations critical – to running business smoothly.
Comfort And Clarity You Can Count On
Whether a maintenance crew wants to leave their radios by their toolbox and connect within easy reach (up to 30 feet away) or a security team wants to wear covert earbuds that look just like a consumer device, Motorola has an accessory that fits their activities and your operations perfectly.
Ruggedly reliable and Bluetooth certified, our progressive portfolio ranges from lightweight, high-performing earbuds and earpieces to a wireless push-to-talk (PTT) pod you can put in a pocket and link to any accessory. All without the inconvenience of wires that can get caught or tangled.
Motorola’s earbuds and earpieces provide voice communication with exceptional clarity and the freedom to move even without the radio attached to your hip. Now the groundskeeper can conveniently leave his radio in the cart and still communicate while trimming bushes or the hotel receptionist can leave the radio on the desk and confer unobtrusively with staff while welcoming guests.
Long Range Wireless
Designed for customers who depend on their high-power mobile radio for system connection but must work outside of their vehicle. The Long Range Wireless solution allows you to maintain critical communications even on remote job sites.
How do mobile wireless accessories help me?
Use your mobile radio like never before and freely move around your vehicle. This means a driver can sort through packages on the back of the delivery truck, a bus driver can check on students in the back of the bus, or a city worker can trim trees from a cherry picker and all can still remain connected to their mobile radio. And by removing the wired connection to a desktop mobile, a dispatcher can walk around the office and manage calls.