TETRA

Motorola offers a complete portfolio of mission critical TETRA solutions which allows customers to focus on their mission, not the technology. Better information, Better decisions, Better outcome.

MTP850Ex

Motorola’s MTP850Ex TETRA portable terminal provides high quality communication with comprehensive user safety and class leading ATEX & IECEx specifications allowing use when in environments containing potentially explosive gas and dust.

  • High performance communication
  • Comprehensive user safety
  • Simple but powerful user interface
  • Data applications capability

MTP3250 TETRA Radio

Motorola’s MTP3250 TETRA portable radio delivers the high performance and dependability required for enhanced workforce productivity and assured user safety. Leveraging the best features of a two-way public safety radio, the MTP3250 has been engineered to ensure loud and clear communications even in high noise work environments.

  • One Device for all Critical Communications
  • High Performance, Built to Last
  • Share Information Instantly with Bluetooth Data
  • Simple but Powerful User Interface
  • Unified Communications, Integrated Safety
  • Productivity-enhancing Data Applications

MTP3100 TETRA Radio

The Motorola MTP3100 is optimised for excellent audio performance and durability for use in all types of noisy and demanding situations where user safety is paramount. This entry level radio for TETRA users provides easy migration from analogue to digital radio. It makes the transition to TETRA easy. For experienced TETRA users this radio is still a powerful unit packed with great features. The MTP3100 TETRA portable radio delivers the high performance and dependability required for enhanced workforce productivity and assured user safety. Leveraging the best features of a two-way public safety radio, the MTP3100 has been engineered to ensure loud and clear communications even in high noise work environments.

  • One Device for all Critical Communications / Tougher
  • High Performance, Built to Last
  • Simple but Powerful User Interface / Easier
  • Unified Communications, Integrated Safety
  • Productivity-enhancing Data Applications

Motorola MTP850

The MTP850 is Motorola’s latest TETRA portable terminal for mission critical mobile voice and data communications. By delivering fully integrated voice and data services it ensures users have access to up to date intelligence, enabling them to make truly informed decisions.

  • Personnel Safety
  • Secure Communications
  • Durable and Robust
  • Compact
  • True Colour Display
  • Designed to deliver. Designed for the future.

MTP6750 TETRA Radio

When very second counts, the Motorola MTP6750 delivers by providing a trusted communications lifeline, ensured by industry leading audio and coverage performance. But keeping you safe is about more than these fundamentals ‐ with the MTP6750, you can be prepared for what’s ahead through intuitive operation and reliability. Thanks to the integrated image capture system, mine workers can securely capture field data– another world first for a TETRA device.

  • Communications Lifeline
  • Mission-critical Design
  •  Capture Field Data
  • Harness Intelligence
  • Automate the Backoffice
  •  Shorten the learning curve

MTP6550 TETRA Radio

Designed for tough environments, the Motorola MTP6550 ensures communications availability through a rugged, water-submersible design. The radio also provides unmatched communications clarity, ensuring minimum audio distortion even at high volume through the in-built speaker or an attached remote speaker microphone.

A TEDS-ready radio, the MTP6550 offers comprehensive data connectivity and local storage options to provide mobile workers with on-demand access to critical information. With integrated Bluetooth, the MTP6550 allows users to connect an array of Bluetooth audio accessories and data devices without an external adapter.

  • Communications Lifeline
  •  Mission-critical Design
  •  Harness Intelligence
  • Automate the Backoffice
  •  Shorten the learning curve
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