Not Just Any Battery, Take 2

Here in northern New England, everyone from Sheriffs to Chiefs to business owners need to count on their technology to maximize personnel effectiveness and improve service. Cold temperatures (like yesterday, when you could count the number of degrees on one hand) significantly impacts battery cycle times so users are forced to spend time managing batteries that could be better spent on completing tasks. No surprise, designing high-performance, dependable two-way radio solutions for use in the cold chain environment requires deep technical expertise plus knowledge of environmental and user requirements. Enter Motorola Solutions.
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Motorola’s rugged two-way radios offer wireless communications for “always on” voice communications across cold chain environments. The new Long Life, Cold Temperature battery has the benefit of working in extreme temperatures, and enables twice the charge cycles of other lithium ion batteries.

Key features of theses amazing batteries are the ability to go through up to 1000 full charge and discharge cycles,  they are rated to withstand extreme temperatures down to -30 degrees Celsius (-22 Fahrenheit).

We think to high number of cycles and low temp rating makes this battery a very economical choice.

The Long-Life, Cold Temperature Battery is compatible with the XPR 7000 and XPR 3000 series two-way radios.  These radios deliver exceptional voice, data communications
with integrated Bluetooth™ audio and data, integrated GPS, and best in-class audio. If you’d like more information, contact your 2-Way Communications sales account manager.
You can also visit the website for more information on these and other Motorola products.

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