Accessory Catalogue: PDF
BT100 2200mAHr battery PMNN4459
micro USB charger PMPN4009
Pre-installed antenna (band specific) 438-470MHz, 800MHz, 900MHz, or 403-425MHz
Carry holder/holster/clip PMLN5956
Digital MotoTRBO mode only for conventional (radio to radio direct), IP site connect, Capacity Plus, or Connect Plus trunking
About the same size as an iPhone
Can send and receive text messages or job orders from 3rd party software.
403-470MHz, 806-866MHz with 2 Watts output Power
1000 Channels, colour display
Internal vibrate – a first for Motorola radios
Bluetooth or wired accessory compatibility
When this radio might not be for you
Although it it built tough like all Motorola radios, it is not really suited to an industrial environment.
The is no speaker microphone available
It is not rated for use where the radio may ignite gasses or dusts. It is not intrinsically safe FM or CSA
It has 2 Watts of power in digital mode. other models such as the XPR7000 series have 4 watts.
If you want a less expensive slim model. see the SL300 page
This radio does not transmit in analogue mode so it is incompatible with legacy analogue radios such as CP200, BPR40, CP185, HT750
SL7550 Models Available
SL7550 UHF1 403-470MHz AAH81QCN9NA2_N
SL7550 UHF2 450-512MHz AAH81TCN9NA2_N
SL7580 800 806-870MHz AAH81VCN9NA2_N
SL7590 UHF1 896-941MHz AAH81WCN9NA2_N
Our Motorola dealer agreement does not allow us to publish radio pricing on our website, but we can tell you that the SL7550 SL5780 and SL7590 costs are virtually the same as the XPR7550 and XPR7580 radios. These are the top of the line MotoTRBO models.