Motorola has three nearly identical 1-watt two-way radios: the Motorola CLS1110, Motorola CLS1410, and Motorola VL50. These radios look similar but have slight differences. Read below to learn the main similarities and differences between these Motorola radios.
Motorola CLS1110 Two-Way Radios
The Motorola CLS1110 two-way radio is a 1-watt, analog radio that has 1 channel for quick and instantaneous communication. The Motorola CLS Series two-way radios are small, light, and easy to use. They were designed specifically with businesses in mind, and work great in environments such as restaurants, retail, schools, and event coordination.
Motorola CLS1410 Two-Way Radios
The Motorola CLS1410 two-way radio is a 1-watt, analog radio that has 4 channels, and is ideal for small businesses, retail stores, and more. The CLS1410 radio model offers channel scan, hands-free VOX mode (with optional accessories), and a vibrating alert.
Motorola VL50 Two-Way Radios
The Motorola VL50 two-way radio is a 1-watt, analog radio that has 8 channels making it ideal for small businesses and hotels. You can easily designate one channel per department for quick and instantaneous communication. The VL50 is similar to the CLS series radios but offers more channels and features.
Programming and Cloning Motorola CLS Radios and VL50 Radios
These Motorola 1-Watt two-way radios are ready-to-use out of the box. To customize the frequencies and channels on the CLS1110, CLS1410, and VL650 radios, use the chart on our blog, How To Program CLS Two-Way Radios.
The Top 2 Earpieces For Motorola Radios
These radios have an audio jack on the side to integrate with earpieces for discrete communication. The best earpieces for the CLS and VL series radios are 2-Wire Surveillance Kit Earpieces, D-Shell Earpieces, and G-Hook Earpieces. The compatible accessories to these radios have an M1 connector that easily clicks into the side of the radio.
Motorola 1-Watt Two-Way Radios Available Now
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