CP180

The CP180 portable two-way radio with display and DTMF keypad, offers increased communication flexibility with features such as Push-To-Talk Caller ID and selective call. 

Powerful audio output penetrates noisy environments, providing clear, crisp audio at any volume. A lightweight, ergonomic design makes this radio comfortable to carry and operate whilst its robust construction ensures it will operate in the toughest of environments.. 

Available in both 4W UHF and 5W VHF models, the CP180 is available with a comprehensive range of accessory options, including battery choices, charging and carry solutions.

CP180

Features

    Quik CallTM and MDC 1200 signaling
    Enhanced call management with features such as Push-to-Talk ID, Selective Call and Call Alert.

    Extensive channel capacity 
    Operates on 64 channels. 

    Oversize Push-to-Talk button 
    Enlarged for maximum tactile response, accommodating users wearing gloves. 

    Programmable buttons 
    Four programmable buttons to quickly access the the most needed feature 

    Private line codes (PLCs) 
    42 standard TPL codes and 84 standard digital codes maximize options. 

    DTMF keypad and LCD display 
    Provides enhanced information and communications capabilities, such as raduio status, channel aliasing, telephone communications and DTMF access tones. 

    Large rotary channel selector 
    Switches channels quickly and easily.

    Diecast chassis 
    Small, lightweight, yet sturdy frame is built to withstand everyday wear and tear.

    Priority Channel 
    Scans for higher-priority channel.

Performance Characteristics

  • Frequency band

    VHF, UHF

  • Battery life (based on a 05 05 90 duty cycle)

    10-14 hours

  • Frequency range

    VHF: 136–162, 146–174MHz; UHF: 403–440, 438–470, 465–495MHz

  • Coverage area

    Programming software allows adjustable power output for varying coverage

  • Standard battery chemistry type

    Nickel Metal Hydride

  • Adjustable power levels

    Yes

  • Power

    1-5W (VHF)
    1-4W (UHF)

  • Optional battery chemistry type

    Lithium Ion

Physical Characteristics

  • Keypad

    Full

  • Dimensions H x W x D (with standard battery)

    130.5mm x 62mm x 45mm

  • Weight (with standard battery)

    467g

  • Display

    Full

Radio Features

  • Programmable buttons

    Yes

  • Number of channels

    64

  • Voice operated transmit (VOX)

    Yes

  • Signalling

    Quik Call II™, MDC-1200

  • Call tones

    Quik Call II™

  • Digital Private Line

    84

  • Private Line

    42

User Environment

  • Mil spec

    810 C, 810 D, 810 E, 810 F

  • Accelerated life test

    Yes

Warranty

  • Standard warranty

    2 years

Performance Characteristics

  • Frequency band

    VHF, UHF

  • Battery life (based on a 05 05 90 duty cycle)

    10-13 hours

  • Frequency range

    VHF: 136–162, 146–174MHz; UHF: 403–440, 438–470, 465–495MHz

  • Coverage area

    Programming software allows adjustable power output for varying coverage

  • Standard battery chemistry type

    Nickel Metal Hydride

  • Adjustable power levels

    Yes

  • Power

    1-5 W (VHF);1-4 W (UHF)

  • Optional battery chemistry type

    Lithium Ion

Physical Characteristics

  • Keypad

    None

  • Dimensions H x W x D (with standard battery)

    130.5mm x 62mm x 45mm

  • Weight (with standard battery)

    467g

  • Display

    Limited

Radio Features

  • Programmable buttons

    Yes

  • Number of channels

    64

  • Voice operated transmit (VOX)

    Yes

  • Signalling

    Quik Call II™, MDC-1200

  • Call tones

    Quik Call II™

  • Digital Private Line

    84

  • Private Line

    42

User Environment

  • Mil spec

    810 C, 810 D, 810 E, 810 F

  • Accelerated life test

    Yes

Warranty

  • Standard warranty

    2 years



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