The Motorola GP638 Plus keypad radio, is one of the toughest from Motorola Professional Series to date. Rated IP67* dust-tight and water submersible, the radio is also resistant to knocks and drops. Lightweight and compact, the GP638 Plus has received Factory Mutual (FM) Approval and meets Military Standard (MIL) 810C,D, E and F.
The GP638 Plus offers a versatile two-way solution for those who require additional features to meet their expanding communication needs. Whether you are in the rugged environment of the surveillance industry or in rescue operations, the GP638 Plus is the radio of your choice.
Advanced Audio Technology
- Motorola’s voice compression and low level expansion technology enable crisp, clear and loud audio, keeping communications lines clear during critical missions
- Meets Military Standard (MIL) 810C, D, E and F
- The GP638 Plus conforms to stringent Factory Mutual (FM), making it suitable to operate in hazardous environments such as petrochemical and manufacturing plants
14-Character Alpha Numeric Dot Matrix display
The 14-character alpha numeric display allows immediate communication of vital information such as PTT ID, radio strength indicator and signal strength indicator. In addition, the user-friendly icons make the information easy to read and understand. The keypad and display illuminations also provide the needed visibility to operate your radio in the dark.
Received Signal Strength Indicator
An easy to read on screen display indicator notifies users of signal strength in their vicinity.
Name & Tone Tagging
The capability of assigning 8 different ringing tones and visual caller IDs to 8 specific users/talkgroups enhances audio and visual caller identification for these groups.
Battery Strength Indicator
Easy to read on-screen LCD display indicator alerts users on low battery strength.
Provides up to a maximum of 128 channels, allowing greater flexibility in organising different work groups.
The easy to navigate menu keys allow users to select the relevant functionalities at their fingertips.
Dual Tone Multiple Frequency (DTMF) Encode
Allows users easy access to local landline telephone networks or to make a private calls to other radio system users from one radio.
Dual Priority Scanning
Allows activity on different channels to be monitored, and 2 channels can be designated as priority channels which are monitored more frequently.