Tag Archives: Vertex Standard VX-231

Emergency Channel Functions on Your Vertex Standard

Vertex Radio

The Vertex Standard radio includes an “emergency channel” feature, which may be useful if you have someone monitoring on the same frequency as your transceivers channel. This feature can be programmed to one of your option buttons, or set to a certain frequency on your channels knob. This feature is great for any hotels looking… read more


Emergency Feature on your Vertex Radio

Vertex Two Way Radio

The Vertex Standard radio includes an emergency feature, which may be useful if you have someone monitoring on the same frequency as your transceivers channel. This feature can be programmed to one of your option buttons, or set to a certain frequency on your channels knob. This feature is great for any hotels looking to up… read more


Connecting Your FNB-V103LI Battery to Your Vertex Radio

Vertex FNB-V103LI Battery

It can sometimes be confusing to know if your Vertex radio is working correctly or not.  In order to determine this you need to make sure that your battery is connected to your radio in the right way. To connect your battery to your radio, take the radio and battery in both hands. Be sure… read more


Vertex VX231 Two Way Radio Channels

Two Way Radio- Vertex® VX231

The VX231 two way radio is complete with 16 different radio channels that can all be programmed to different frequencies ranging in the 400-512 MHz spectrum. These channels allow the Vertex radio user to communicate through multiple frequencies that are all private the users of that specific channel. To change the channels on your VX-231… read more


Vertex Standard Radios for School Security

Two Way Radio- Vertex® VX231

Looking to upgrade your school security system? What better way to do that then with Two Way Radios? The Vertex Standard radios are easy to use and keep you covered. The VX-230 Series is the most productive and reliable radio  used for school security. Whether you are an elementary school or a college university, all students should… read more