What are APX radios?

What are APX radios?

The Motorola APX series of radios is designed to meet the mission critical radio communication needs of large enterprises and government customers including police, fire, EMS, and other first responders.

Does Motorola APX 6000 have GPS?

The APX™ 6000 is the next generation of ruggedly-reliable performers that gives you the advanced features such as Mission Critical Wireless and GPS location tracking in a small, P25 Phase 2 capable radio.

Does the APX 6000 have Bluetooth?

Now, as the ever-increasing needs of public safety personnel grow, we are evolving the APX 6000 to support newer technologies like Wi-Fi®, Adaptive Audio Engine, and Bluetooth® 4.0 wireless technology.

What is the range on a Motorola APX 6000?

Motorola APX6000 Specifications: Frequency Range: 700/800 (764 – 870 MHz)

What is the orange button on Motorola radio?

In the event of an emergency, users can trigger an alarm by pressing this orange button.

What is a Motorola APX 6000?

APX™ 6000 P25 Enhanced Portable Radio. From day one, the single-band APX 6000 P25 portable radio has delivered legendary APX ruggedness and reliability, without compromising on the form factor or features required for routine activities and extreme emergencies.

How do I turn off my APX 6000?

On – On/Off/Volume knob clockwise. Off – On/Off/Volume knob counterclockwise.

How do I scan channels on APX 6000?

1) Press and hold the Scan On/Off button until a square box flashes in the display. 2) Rotate the “channel” knob to a “channel” you wish to add or delete to your scan list. 3) Press the light button (blue) on the side of the radio to add or delete or make a “channel” priority.

Does Motorola make police radios?

From no-compromise police radios to sleek handheld business radios, we have all the products you need to stay connected and stay safe.

What kind of radios do paramedics use?

Mobile radios are radios that are mounted in vehicles such as ambulances or fire-engines. They are much more powerful than portable radios.

What happens when you press the orange button on a radio?

When the ORANGE button is activated an EMERGENCY has been declared until otherwise canceled. With the activation of ORANGE button, it also signals what radio it is. This is only as good as you are at confirming that you’re wearing/using the radio for your assigned seat.

How do I use my Motorola APX 6000?

How do I program my APX 6000?

How do I pair my Motorola Bluetooth radio?

Add Bluetooth Headset (Initial Pairing) Put Bluetooth headset in pairing mode. Refer to your Bluetooth headset instructions leaflet. 3. Press and hold the PTT button and power button simultaneously until radio shows the blue LED.

What radios do volunteer firefighters use?

Two Way Radios For Volunteer Fire and EMS

  • Icom F1000/F2000 Two Way Radio. 2Review(s)
  • Motorola VX-261 Portable Two Way Radio. 7Review(s)
  • Motorola EVX-261 Digital Portable Two Way Radio.
  • Motorola CP200d Digital Two Way Radio.