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The Benefits of the Motorola CLS Series Two-Way Radio

September 28, 2011 | Comments: 0 | Views: 145

This two-way walkie-talkie has an outdoor range of up to 5 miles, 200,000 square feet inside (and up to 15 feet upwards in a building). This allows close communication between management and employees, or between employees themselves. This has been proven essential to providing the kind of quality customer service that customers expect and even demand; it allows quick, trouble-free delivery of products or information.

As everyone knows, when a customer gets good quality customer service, they tell someone they know. These days, that "someone" could be their entire circle of friends on twitter, Linked-In or Facebook. Conversely, the same goes if they have a negative customer service experience. Using a Motorola CLS 1110 or a Motorola CLS 1410 two-way radio can help you provide that necessary fast and efficient customer service, and help you to succeed in today's technology-driven marketplace.

Even though the Motorola CLS series walkie-talkies weigh just less than 5 ounces and are just over 4 inches tall, they are full of features. Privacy codes (officially termed 121 interference eliminator codes) made up of 38 analogue and 83 digital codes ensure conversations that are private and free of cross-chatter. Private conversations can be held on 56 business exclusive frequencies (464.5 to 469.5 MHz). Both models offer a battery meter, channel code indicator, 3 audible call tones, an audible low battery alert tone and a key-pay lockout.

Motorola CLS walkie talkies are extremely user-friendly. Both the CLS 1110 and the CLS 1410 have a front panel programmable display. Everything you need to know is right there on the screen in front of you. Settings are easy to configure between radios using a multi-unit charger which allows you to just place the radio on a charging tray and select copy settlings. Multiple radios can use the changing tray at one time. All of this simplicity makes the CLS walkie-talkies perfect for businesses with high turnover: fast food, movie theaters, nursing homes, retail stores and other businesses that employ holiday or seasonal workers. These workers can now be productive in less time.

The CLS walkie-talkies run on just one Watt of power. One charge can last up to 12 hours, double the time of an FRS radio. It is recommended that one use lithium-ion batteries for these two-way radios, but for the times that you need usage for an extended period, they are also compatible with Triple -A batteries when used with an triple-A adapter.

There are obviously differences between the Motorola CLS 1110 and the CLS 1410, and we will discuss those now. The CLS 1110 is a one-channel walkie-talkie which is a perfect affordable solution for businesses that do not need to sort communications between different groups of employees. The CLS 1410 offers everything that the CLS 1110 does, plus 4-channel communication with channel scan, VOX and Vibracall. In addition to three call alert tones, Vibracall alerts the user to an incoming communication via vibration. VOX allows the user to communicate hands free with the right optional accessory simply by speaking in the direction of the microphone.

For these reasons, the CLS 1410 is priced slightly higher than the CLS 1110. Either model is a great business investment. Like any other choice, your needs will determine the model you should opt for.

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