Motorola Introduces Line Of Portable Marine Radios

Motorola, Inc., Schaumburg, 111., has unveiled a new line of portable VHF marine radios, simplifying and improving communications for those in the marine industry.

The Triton MP+ and the Triton MPc are the two portables introduced by Motorola to complement their full line of Triton II fixedmount marine products.

Both new marine portables feature all VHF marine channels and all 10 weather channels. The Triton MP+ and MPc offer a user programmable channel bank, which allows for the easy building of a preferred channel list. These radios also have excellent audio clarity and receiver sensitivity, while offering userfriendly operation. For easy mobility and hands-free operation, both units have internal VOX (voice activated transmission).

Scanning on the new VHF radios may be configured through the Dual Watch scan mode, the user bank scan, or the user bank scan with Channel 16 priority.

Other standard features include water, shock, and environmental resistance, and a 1,200 mAH battery for a f u l l day of talk time.

The Triton MPc is set apart by a built-in analog voice scrambler, providing secure and private communication when necessary.

The portables are enhanced by a full line of accessories, including headsets, remote speaker microphones, and several carrying options, making these radios an excellent choice for a wide variety of maritime applications.

Meeting military specifications 810C, D and E, all Triton II products are backed by Motorola's three-year warranty.

For free literature detailing the Triton line of portable VHF marine radios, Circle 190 on Reader Service Card

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 74,  Apr 1992 Equitable Shipyards Inc.

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