Motorola Minitor VI VHF 143-174 MHz 5 Channel

Motorola Minitor VI VHF 143-174 MHz 5 Channel

  • MSRP: $555.00
  • Price: $535.50

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 A03JAC9JA2AN Minitor VI Fire Pager VHF 143-174 MHz 5 Channel Non- Intrinsically Safe with standard 110V AC charger - stored voice.

When you really need to stay in touch – whether during an urban incident or a wildland fire – a pager is an excellent solution. It's got to be simple, rugged and reliable, built for the realities of first responders. No matter where an emergency occurs, you need to hear the message loud and clear and be able to replay it at will. We know that firsthand because we’ve been supporting the needs of fire and rescue services since 1941. We understand the challenges you confront and the conditions you face. RUGGED, COMPACT AND EXCEPTIONALLY RELIABLE Small, light yet incredibly tough, the MINITOR VI is built to get the job done right. Its improved receiver design ensures maximum range and intelligibility. We engineered the MINITOR VI for people working in challenging environments: it's been through arduous Accelerated Life Testing. The Intrinsically Safe models are certified for use in hazardous environments, and the Non-Intrinsically Safe models have improved field serviceability and battery options. DESIGNED TO FIT YOUR RESPONSE STYLE Record up to 16 minutes of messages, then replay, skip, fast forward, rewind, lock, unlock and delete those messages directly on the MINITOR VI pager. You can customize call alerts and channel announcements, and choose different vibrate profiles for different call addresses. FLEXIBLE BATTERY OPTIONS ARE MISSION-CRITICAL The MINITOR VI comes with a rechargeable battery and offers other responder-essential accessories. These include a charger with built-in voice amplifier so you never miss an alert; an alkaline battery tray for emergency in-field battery replacement; and voice announcements that indicate battery levels.


  • Single or 5-channel models
  • Wideband receiver design: Single pager covers entire VHF band
  • Up to 16 mins voice message storage
  • Message management: Next/Prev, FF/RWD, DEL, Lock/Unlock
  • Customizable alert tones and voice announcements
  • Programmable alerts and vibrate profiles
  • Battery level voice announcements
  • Alkaline battery support (non-Intrinsically Safe models only)
  • IP56 for dust and water intrusion
  • Location for asset tag



  • UPC: 607885231842
  • EAN: 0607885231842

Specifications for Motorola Minitor VI VHF 143-174 MHz 5 Channel

Band VHF
Intrinsically Safe (FM) No
What's in the Box Pager, Battery, and Single Charger
Channel Capacity 5
IP Rating IP56
Warranty One Year
Average Battery Life up to 80 hours

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