The Motorola XT180 is a general-purpose two-way radio, ideal for users needing to stay in touch with staff, colleagues or team members quickly, easily and economically. This model has been built to the high standards of manufacturing, durability and reliability that users have come to expect from Motorola. The rugged construction helps ensure that XT180 will provide trouble-free communications.
Across the warehouse, shop floor or school playground, the Motorola XT180 enables instant and clear communications at the touch of a button. Developed specifically for business and commercial users, the XT180 is a general-purpose two-way radio, ideal for users needing to stay in touch with staff, colleagues or team members quickly, easily and economically.
Convenient, Flexible and Expandable: The Motorola XT180 provides you with all the convenience and benefits of two-way communications without the cost or hassle of obtaining an operating licence. Multiple new handsets can be added to your radio fleet at any time and existing Motorola PMR446 users can also expand their existing radio fleets with XT180 radios to accommodate a growing workforce. The XT180 has been designed to be lightweight, comfortable and simple to use, offering superb audio clarity and clear communications in a wide range of environments. High performance rechargeable batteries ensure that XT180 can operate on long shifts without the need for recharging.
Whilst offering a range of useful features, the XT180 remains simple and easy to use – simply “push to talk” to stay in touch. The radios can be used in voice-activated mode with any compatible headset, leaving your hands free to work. A choice of 121 interference eliminator codes can be set for each of the 8 channels, providing a wide range of channel settings and helping to avoid channel interference.
All channels can be scanned to automatically detect channel activity enabling users to respond quickly to multi channel communications. The XT180 radios can be positioned and set to detect voices or sounds and transmit these back to the listening radio without having to press the PTT.