The Motorola CP100D is a user-friendly radio with analog voice communications and MOTOTRBO digital. So, when you are ready, the Motorola CP100D two-way radio is ideal for digital migration. This radio also possesses 4-watts and has 16 programmable channels and has a battery, which lasts 10.7 hours in analog mode, so you are sure to get the daily life out of it that you need. With or without a display (as seen in the video below), this radio is a great option for many different industries in which more coverage is needed.
Sometimes hands-free communication is needed for your business, and when that happens, you purchase an accessory such as an earpiece.
Here are 3 different options for the Motorola CP100D:
1.)CP100D 2 Wire Surveillance Kit Earpiece - a more discrete product, which typically works well for security settings and others who want to conceal this equipment. Interchange this earpiece among employees with a replaceable clear coil and memory foam ear-tip.
2.)CP100D G-Hook Earpiece - This is a more rugged option, which can be easily cleaned off and maintained.
3.)CP100D D-Shell Earpiece - This is an option, which is used in settings where the earpiece needs to have a solid attachment to the ear. Warehouses and Manufacturing settings are examples of appropriate applications for this d-shell.
All three of these earpieces possess the M1 connector, which is the part that plugs into the audio port of the CP100D handheld.
Lastly, here are just a few tips when utilizing these accessories with your two way radios:
1.)Plug the earpiece in before powering on the radio
2.)Make sure that the wire is facing up when plugging in the accessory
3.)Push hard enough to feel/hear a click when attaching the earpiece to the radio
4.)Power down your radio before detaching the accessory simply to get in the habit of only connecting/disconnecting while the radio is powered down.
Allow your team to work seamlessly with hands-free communications.