The Motorola MINITOR VI™ Two-Tone Voice Pager is ideal for fire departments and other organizations that need to react quickly in times of emergency. With up to 16 minutes of voice recording, customizable call alerts and improved receiver design, the MINITOR VI Two-Tone Voice Pager is flexible, rugged and reliable. It’s built for the realities of first responders.
The Motorola Minitor VI (6) is available in the following models:
- Single Channel VHF
- Single Channel UHF
- Multi Channel VHF
- Multi Channel UHF
RUGGED AND RELIABLE
The Minitor VI comes with an International Protection (IP) rating of 56. IP is the standard developed to show the degrees of protection provided by radios and other electrical equipment against access to hazardous parts, ingress of solid foreign objects and ingress of water.
With an IP56 rating, the Minitor VI is built tough and is designed to resist the penetration of dust and damage from water spray on the enclosure. It also stands up to Motorola’s Accelerated Life Testing that simulates 7 years of field use.
When situations arise and it's important to hear messages clearly, the Minitor VI has got you covered. Expanded Stored Voice continuously records up to 16 minutes of voice message.
If you don't hear every part of the message, simply play it back. Once your messages are stored, Message Management will allow you to manage stored messages with actions like Next/Previous, Fast Forward/Rewind, Delete, and Lock/Unlock. With Expanded Stored Voice and Message Management you have complete control.
INTRINSICALLY SAFE VERSION AVAILABLE
Safety is the number one priority in any situation, but when you are around flammable gases, vapors or combustible dust it becomes critical to know that your equipment is safe. The Minitor VI is available in a (IS) Intrinsically Safe version.
This version is designed to be used where conditions require a zero tolerance for any source that could ignite. This is achieved by limiting electrical energy in the event of a short circuit which prevents any "sparking" or failures which could cause ignition.