Motorola Announces RDX Series On-Site Two-Way Business Radios
Motorola has just rolled out its new RDX Series On-Site Two-Way Business Radios that boast enhanced audio quality and a rugged, water-resistant construction. Guess folks in the construction, manufacturing, property management, hospitality, education and retail industry workers have a new high quality radio option to look forward to. The RDX Series was specially designed and built to excel in the most challenging conditions, bringing to the table clear, crisp audio quality that makes communication a snap even in loud workplace environments. Other features include 2,000 milliwatts (mW) of audio output, speaker magnetic field reduction, and wind noise reduction. In addition, it is 30% louder than previous Motorola XTN Series and AX Series models.
According to Steve Young, director of subscriber operations, Motorola Government and Commercial Markets, “The Motorola RDX Series was designed specifically to meet the rigorous demands of business users for whom two-way radios are a critical tool for day- to-day efficiency and overall profitability. Affordable and easy to use, the new radios enable employees to maintain communications in workplace environments, keeping operations on schedule, maximizing job shift productivity. The RDX Series builds upon the strengths of the Motorola XTN and AX models and delivers the performance customers need to drive their business success, starting with exceptional audio performance down to the durability and dependability our customers expect.”
Each RDX Series is manufactured with a durable metal die-cast chassis and meets military 810 C, D, E, F and IP54/55 specifications. Shock, rain, humidity, salt, fog, vibration, sand, dust, high and low temperatures, making it able to hold up under the most demanding conditions. Well, nothing like a hardy communications tool to help you in your work, especially in areas where it can be very dangerous and keeping in touch with your colleagues could mean the difference between life and death.