License-free PMR446 frequencies
Operates without subscription or call charges on PMR446 unlicensed frequencies. 16 channels1 and 219 different privacy codes to help ensure a clear signal.
Enhanced audio quality
Powerful 1500 mW speaker ensures clear communication without distracting feedback in noisy conditions.
Meets military specifications for sealing against dust, wind, shock, vibration and other adverse conditions. These radios also undergo Motorola’s exclusive Accelerated Life Testing (ALT) that simulates up to 5 years of field use.
Channel Announcement with Voice Alias
Leave your radio on your belt and know exactly what channel you are communicating on. Customise your list of channels by selecting from 16 prerecorded work functions, such as security, customer service, cashier, etc.
Easy-to-Read Display (XT460)
Quickly view your operating channel and radio status at a glance with the easy to read display.
Two programmable buttons allow quick and easy access to commonly used functions.
Advanced Voice Activation (VOX)
Enables hands-free operation with or without the use of optional accessories.
Helps prevent the growth of mould and germs on the surface of the radio.
Customer Programming Software (CPS)
Advanced features can be set using the HTML-based CPS that is easy to use and works with any computer browser. The CPS is available as a free download. (Separate programming cable required).
XT400 Series radios ship as standard with a carry holster featuring a swivel belt clip that lets you rotate the radio to fit comfortably. A range of audio and energy accessories are available for flexible and dependable performance.
Quickly copy settings from radio to radio (between XT400 Series radios). Cloning is done with radio-to-radio cloning cable.
Tri-coloured LED interface
Allows users to identify radio features and status.
Allows users to disable and skip undesirable channels via the customer programming software (CPS)
1 Restricted to 8 channels in Russia by law. Please refer to the user guide.
1 Restricted to 8 channels in Russia by law. Please refer to user guide.