Motorola MTP3000Motorola Solutions
DESIGNED TO WORK IN THE TOUGHEST, MOST DEMANDING ENVIRONMENTS, DAY IN, DAY OUT
The MTP3000 Series radios are the result of more than 15 years of focus in TETRA on increasing user safety, enhancing efficiency and improving communications. The radios are packed with features which are essential for safe and effective operations, as well as significant improvements in areas such as audio and ruggedness
The MTP3000 Series radios are the result of more than 15 years of focus in TETRA on increasing user safety, enhancing efficiency and improving
communications. The radios are packed with features which are essential for safe and effective operations, as well as significant improvements in areas such as audio and ruggedness.
The MTP3000 Series radios have all been enhanced with IP65, IP66 and IP67 for dust and water ingress protection, wideband support for 350-470 MHz and 800 MHz as well as an RFID hardware option.
The MTP3100 and MTP3150 are the entry level radios packing in all the TETRA essentials and providing an easy transition from analogue to digital radio.
The MTP3200 and MTP3250 add features such as Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) capability including BeiDou or Glonass and secure Bluetooth® for users who require a feature rich TETRA radio.
The new MTP3500 and MTP3550 radios will further enhance the MTP3000 Series delivering a fully featured radio for public safety and mission critical users with the addition of a man down sensor, vibrate alert and End-to-End Encryption (E2EE)
SUPERIOR AUDIO AND INCREASED RANGE
The MTP3000 Series is optimised for excellent audio performance in all types of noisy and demanding situations. Audio through both the speaker and accessories is clearer even at full volume, and the user can be heard above loud background noise.
Hardware enabled End-to-End Encryption (E2EE) is the most secure method for preventing the interception of critical voice or data communications. High receiver sensitivity and high transmit power gives the MTP3000 Series the capability to maintain communications in the most demanding situations at long range, in built up areas and in buildings.
The man down sensor detects whether a radio has been static for a preset time, or has tilted beyond a preset angle. Man down is of particular value for the protection of fire officers in front-line operations, but also lone security personnel or industrial workers operating in hazardous environments
DURABLE CONNECTORS AND RUGGED DESIGN
The MTP3000 Series is fitted with two new connectors to provide corrosion resistance, ruggedness, conductivity and low insertion resistance. The side connector has excellent pull strength. The bottom connector has a self cleaning mechanism to resist dust and dirt, is easy to clean, and is protected inside the radios.
With IP65, IP66 and IP67 these radios can withstand immersion in a metre of water for 30 minutes, or a high pressure water jet from a fire hose.