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DM3000 SERIES


  • Low Power Cable used to connect the battery to the radio chassis.
  • 10ft, 14 AWG, 15A


  • High Power Cable used to connect the battery to the mobile radio chassis.
  • 10ft, 12 AWG, 20A


  • High Power Cable used to connect the battery to the mobile radio chassis.
  • 20ft, 10 AWG, 20A

RRP
£8.00


  • Mini-UHF (m) to UHF (f) antenna adapter cable for base and control station installations.


  • Kit contains the flex and the 4 screws to install an option board into the MOTOTRBO radio.


  • Cable used to connect the radio chassis to the remote control head.


  • Cable used to connect the radio chassis to the remote control head.


  • Rear mobile connector kit.
  • Note: Motorola terms and conditions apply with regard to responsibilities and warranties for what is connected through this connector kit.  Please call RadioTrade for details.


  • Remote Mount Kit for remote control head configuration.
  • R01.04.00 or later required.
  • Cable Kits ordered separately (PMKN4073_ and PMKN4074_)
  • Tool, screws and manual included.

RRP
£12.00


  • Ignition Switch Cable for Mobile Radios.


  • Ideal if you prefer to mount the radio directly into the dashboard.


  • Keeps the radio tucked under the dash, can also be positioned for floor mount.


  • Under dash mount, with extra clearance so radio can be tilted for a better view. Can also be used for floor mounting.


  • Key lock helps provide extra protection from theft. Lock/unlock radio from position in the mounting bracket.

RRP
£34.00


  • For receiving in high noise working environments.
  • For professionals who require louder radio volume output to compensate for high levels of background noise.

RRP
£30.00


  • For receiving in high noise working environments.
  • For professionals who require louder radio volume output to compensate for high levels of background noise.

RRP
£26.00


  • For receiving in high noise working environments.
  • For professionals who require louder radio volume output to compensate for high levels of background noise.