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Motorola T80 Extreme PMR Quad Pack

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About this product

Overview

  • Quad pack Motorola T80 Extreme two-way radios
  • Keep in touch at work or in the country
  • Get in contact up to 10km away

Product overview

• Quad pack Motorola T80 Extreme two-way radios
• Keep in touch at work or in the country
• Get in contact up to 10km away
• 968 privacy combinations with 8 channels on each of the PMR 446 handsets
• Comes with two dual charging docks and a rechargeable NiMH battery pack per unit
• No licence required

Where would I use these PMRs radios?
Organise yourself at a festival or keep in touch while exploring the Lake District with these four rugged PMR 446 radios. The handsets are IPX4 rated (splash resistant). These PMR 446 radios use the licence-free 446 MHz frequency band for communication between the four units. With up to 10km range in open conditions, these radios are powerful as well as durable. With no need for a licence or call plan, they are a great alternative to mobile phones.

As well as using for extreme sports and exploration, these radios can be used as remote monitors. Their backlit displays allow you to easily use these radios day or night. The units come with belt clips and loops to secure your radios. They also come with a covert earpiece per unit for private communications – ideal for security – and voice activation (VOX) for hands-free use.

What is the range on these PMR 446 handsets?
These two-way radios can reach up to 10km under ideal conditions. They are still effective in built up areas or with obstacles between handsets, though the maximum range will be reduced. With their rugged design and useful accessories, these radios are great for outdoor and indoor use. Simply scan and monitor to find the channel for you.

How many frequencies do these two-way radio have?
Never struggle for a clear frequency – each unit has 8 channels which have 121 privacy codes for a total of 968 privacy combinations. Don’t miss a call by accidentally changing the channel with the key lock. The handsets have 10 call tones to contact others at a push of a button. They also come with roger bleeps and more discreet vibrate alerts, so you know when a communication is over.

How do I charge my radios?
Keep in touch for up to 16 hours on a full charge. The display includes a power indicator to let you know exactly how much battery you’ve got left. When you need to recharge, simply place the handsets in the mains powered dual charging docks as the batteries charge in the radio. If you can’t wait for the units to charge then you can replace the supplied battery packs with four AA batteries per unit. The handsets come in a hard plastic carry case to protect them between use.

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good reception, easy to use and robust Bought this for use at work as building mobile reception was terrible and we needed to contact other staff about the building. They work really well and we like the tone facility that means someone can be alerted to a call coming through before someone speaks.
Date published: 2017-04-10
Rated 3 out of 5 by from good for short range use if your out hicking walking or even comunicating within a large building set up or you ve got friends close by stay in touch neighbourhood watch perhaps also carry some spare triple aaa batts x 4 it works on these two incase your not near your charger port tips to increase range also hold the radio in a vertical position transmit from the highest point u can ive used pmr radios for years there somewhat primative but functional and free calls oh remember no personal information as its possible someone else could hear u ....infomation from monty long term user
Date published: 2018-01-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great item at a good price Easy to use light weight radios with a good range. Ideal for keeping in contact when you are working on large site.
Date published: 2017-07-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Terrible I used this terrible device for 10 days. In and around the area of Otterburn (large hilly area) and in open, flat country too. Both results were abysmal. The devices dont work particularly well either when in wet weather as the sound doesn't come through too well. Although i did find the built in torch useful, as my head torch had stopped working on me.
Date published: 2016-08-10
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Specification

Dimensions & Weight

Width:

57mm

Depth:

172.5mm

Height:

40mm

Weight:

260g

Power Specifications

Power Supply:

Battery

Batteries Required:

4x AAA per unit (Rechargeable battery packs included)

Talktime:

16hours

Standby Time:

16hours

Auto Power Off:

Yes

Contents

Package Contents:

4x Motorola TLKR T80 Extreme PMR Radios
4x Rechargeable Battery Packs
2x Charger Pods
2x AC Adapters
4x Lanyards
4x Belt Clips
4x Earpieces
1x Hard Carry Case
1x User Manual

General

Type:

Quad Pack PMR Radios

License Required:

No

License Form Included:

No

Construction

Water Resistant:

Yes

Impact Resistant:

Yes

IP Rating:

IPX4

Operating Specifications

Channels:

8

Privacy Codes:

121

CTCSS:

38

DCS:

83

Frequency Range:

446006.25 to 446093.75 kHz

Channel Step:

12.5kHz

Maximum Operating Distance:

10km

Warranty

Warranty:

1Year(s)

Warranty Type:

Standard

Product Specifications

Scan & Trap Function:

Scan

VOX Function:

Yes

Roger Bleep:

Yes

Pack Size:

4

Out Of Range Alert:

No

Headset/Microphone Socket:

Yes

Adjustable Squelch:

No

what is the difference between the extream and the none extream

Asked by: jack
As the picture suggests , the extreme comes with more accessories .
Answered by: darren cordon
Date published: 2018-01-03

Will these communicate with other Motorola radios (eg, the T40 or T82)?

Asked by: Angus
Unfortunately we are unable to guarantee full compatibility for this item in your intended application, I am sorry for any inconvenience this may cause you.
Answered by: darren cordon
Date published: 2017-12-17

Can I add the twin set to the quad set so we cab use all 6 handsets ? 

Asked by: Stewart
No limit to the number of radios
Answered by: Drmal
Date published: 2017-11-28

How Can I change channels so each operator is on a separate channel? 

Asked by: DjSambo
I think it's the "SEL" button followed by the "UP/DOWN" keys to select different channel/code combinations. Each radio can be set to one of 8 channels, (each with 121 sub-codes) so plenty of combinations.
Answered by: Drmal
Date published: 2017-11-28

can these radios be licenced to increase out-put. as don't think they will be powerful enough to send signal through old thick walls to the outside and other areas with in a 300 yard area.

Asked by: timm
Unfortunately not.
Answered by: Billy
Date published: 2017-11-21

Do they have missed call alert

Asked by: Wayne
No, i am sorry but the item will not be suitable.
Answered by: darren cordon
Date published: 2017-10-18

Hi, would this product be ideal for coaches & physio to communicate with each other pitchside at a rugby match

Asked by: Phil
Yes, I am pleased to advise this product will do exactly as you require.
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2017-08-10

CAN ALL FOUR RADIOS COMMUNICATE WITH EACH OTHER?

Asked by: GOKO
Yes, all the radios can communicate with each other.
Answered by: James
Date published: 2017-07-25
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