Before you send in that radio for repair, watch our video on how to solve common two-way radio issues.
Last month, schools all around California participated in the annual “Shake Out” earthquake drills. Every year schools in California practice their emergency readiness in case of a surprising earthquake. Two-Way Radios are used for communication during these emergency drills.
During emergencies and disasters, cell phone towers are jammed and unreliable. The best way for a school to communicate during an emergency is with a two-way radio.
The EP250C6P Emergency Two-Way Radio Package is the perfect tool for schools. The radios operate on standard AAA batteries. That means that you don’t need to worry about charging your radios. They’re ready whenever you need them!
Here’s whats included:
- 1 Watertight Protector Case w/ Precut Foam
- 6 EP250 Emergency Radios
- 6 Clam Shells for “AAA” Batteries
- 2 Sets of 6 “AAA” Batteries for Each Radio
- 6 Heavy Duty Belt Clips
- 6 Antennas
- Free Programming ($25 value)
Do you have a plan set up in case of emergency? Get out free school emergency planning guide by clicking here.
The FCC is serious about the 2013 FCC narrowband mandate. In an article by Urgent Communications, the deputy chief of the FCC’s public safety and homeland security bureau says, “Let me reiterate what the commission has said all along: We are not moving the narrowbanding deadline. It is, and will be, Jan. 1, 2013.” Once January rolls around the FCC plans to aggressively enforce the narrowband mandate.
Most likely, your current radios are completely compliant with the narrowband requirements and replacing them with new radios will not be necessary. They just need to be re-programmed.
The RCA XR150 is the smallest & lightest compact business radio available. In this video, we discuss all of the available features and options available on the XR150.
The XR150 2 Watt UHF radio is perfect for small schools, churches, trade shows, retail stores, restaurants, small offices and small offices. Visit Discount Two-Way Radio or call 800-895-5122 for more information.