The Motorola XPR7350 two-way radio is rugged, powerful and packed with the latest digital communications technology.
The XPR7350 is part of Motorola’s 7000 Series of MOTOTRBO digital two-way radios, which feature technology that brings the digital age to construction sites, oil platforms, distribution centers and just about any other workplace where workers rely on sturdy push-to-talk radios.
Among the highlights:
- GPS tracking — If your people face any kind of on-the-job hazards, from traveling winter roads to drilling for oil in remote deserts, GPS tracking can be a life-saver in an emergency because search-and-rescue simply becomes a rescue if you know where the worker is.
- Bluetooth connectivity — The radio can be connected wirelessly to external devices like an earpiece or headset, and it can link with devices that can send voice signals over the Internet.
- Big data — The XPR7350 is optimized for use in advanced digital communication networks. Everything a digital radio does generates data you can analyze with software to detect inefficiencies and streamline your operations. Motorola also provides a suite of data applications for features like “man down,” which can call for help if a worker gets injured and can’t make the call.
- Advanced water and dust resistance — The 7000 series is built to the IP57 standard, which means it can be submerged for up to 30 minutes and remain undamaged and will not let dust particles in.
- Intrinsically safe — Used with a specific battery, the XPR7350 will not emit any kind of spark that could cause problems in volatile or explosive environments.