Vertex Standard VX-2100
VX-2100-G7-25 PKG-1 W/MH-67A8J UHF. The VX-2100 Series mobiles are designed for reliable business communications in a wide variety of applications with a wide range of operating capability provided by the 25 Watt or high power (50 Watts VHF/45 Watts UHF) output versions and wide-band coverage (134 174 MHz / 400 – 470 MHz / 450 512 MHz).
For the basic work-horse mobile, the VX-2100 provides up to 8 channels to work from.
The built-in 2-tone signaling includes 8 decode pairs and 32 encode pairs.
The built-in 5-tone signaling includes 8 decode pairs and 32 encode pairs. Functions include: Stun Revive Kill Auto TX Accessory Control (2)
The built in emergency function can switch to an emergency channel, send the ENI, etc.
The VX-2100 mobiles come with DTMF ANI built in.
ENCRYPTION ( OPTION )
– VOICE INVERSION – ROLLING CODE
Full Band Coverage and High-Power Performance
- 128 Channels and 8 Groups (VX-2200); 8 Channels (VX-2100)
- 50 Watts VHF / 45 Watts UHF
- VHF: 134 – 174 MHz
- UHF: 400 – 470 MHz ; 450 – 512 MHz
- 6 Programmable Keys
- 8-Character Alphanumeric Display (VX-2200)
- 1-Character Numeric Display (VX-2100)
- FCC Narrowband Compliant
Compact Size Takes Up Less Space
Easy to install and occupies less space for driver convenience.
When Safety Counts
The VX-2100/2200 Series includes built-in Emergency and Lone Worker alerts for enhanced driver safety. A panic button can be triggered from the front panel to alert the dispatcher when problems arise.
More Scanning Options
Compared to other mobile two-way radios in its class, the VX-2100/2200 Series provides flexible scanning features designed to optimize operations in a wide variety of environments. Includes basic scan plus: Priority, Dual Watch, Follow-Me, Follow-Me Dual Watch and Talk Around scan.
Exclusive Auto-Range Transpond System (ARTS™)
Designed to inform the user when out of communication range with another ARTS™-equipped station. If out of range more than 2 minutes, the radio senses no signal and beeps to alert the user. The base station can then alert the field unit to move back into range. A great solution to keep your workers coordinated.
FCC Narrowbanding Compliant
Meets the FCC Part 90 requirement for using 12.5 kHz channels by January 1, 2013.