Question about Motorola Radio Communications
These are low power consumer radios. No matter the package claims, about 2 miles line of sight. That means you would be able to see the person with a pair of binoculars.
Posted on Dec 27, 2016
From what i can find out its saying up to two miles range
Posted on Dec 12, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You will find the manual here. The radio is part of the 280 series radios, so there is a general manual on all in that series.
Posted on Jan 09, 2008
SOURCE: Motorola FV200 Walkie-Talkie
Use scanning to monitor channels for transmissions or to find someone
in your group who has accidentally changed channels.
1. Short press MENU until the "Z" appears. The current setting
On/Off will flash.
2. Press either + or – to turn On or Off.
3. Press the PTT to confirm or MENU to continue set up.
Here is a link to the manual http://www.motorola.com/mdirect/manuals/FV200_userguide.pdf
Posted on Oct 23, 2008
SOURCE: motorola walkie talkie t4508
This one should be a very close match. The T4508 is a foreign version of the T4500.
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
Unfortunately the T5728 is not compatible with the US FRS (family radio service) frequencies. The T5728 operates between 409-410MHz. The FRS radios operate between 460-470 MHz. FRS frequencies are license-free frequencies for use in the US, as regulated by the FCC. Other countries have differing rules and thus their frequencies assigned to family usage differ.
Posted on Apr 09, 2009
Try programming the radios without an eliminator code and see if they work together then. If so, there is something wrong with the eliminator code portion of the radio. Also, check your batteries, switch batteries between the units and see if the problem moves to the other unit. It takes more energy to transmit than receive, so a bad or very weak battery could exhibit a similar problem. The radio icon will illuminate whenever a radio is transmitting or receiving. When the radio is in standby mode, the icon should not be shown. Your radio with the icon on all the time may be stuck in transmit. Check your PTT button to see if it is slightly stuck or depressed. Here's a link to the user guide http://www.motorola.com/web/Business/Products/Two-Way%20Radios%20-%20Unlicensed/_Documents/XTR446/Static%20Files/XTR%20Manual%20EU.pdf?localeId=103
Posted on Jun 26, 2012
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