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Motorola BPR40 -vs- Vertex VX-231 Differences

Primary Comparative Difference Between Motorola BPR40 -vs- Vertex VX231
BPR40 - Only 1 Year Warranty
BPR40 - Only 6 Hour Mid Rate Charger
BPR40 - Only a 1200 NiMH Standard Battery 
BPR40 - Only 8 Channel Capable for programming
BPR40 - Only comes in 5 Watts VHF and 4 Watts in UHF
BPR40 - BPR40 = 4.21" x 2.28" x 1.46" (107 x 58 x 37 mm) (H x W x L)
 
VX-231 - Comes with a 3 Year Warranty
VX-231 - Comes standard with a 1150 Li-ion Battery unlike the BPR40
VX-231-  Comes with a 3 Hour Rapid Rate Desk Charger
VX-231 - Comes with IP54 Rating for Dust, Wind, Rain Resistant up to a
               30 minute down pour of rain       
VX-231 - 16 Channel Capable for Programming 
VX-231 - Comes with 5 Watts of Power in both VHF and UHF
VX-231 = 4.3 x 2.3 x 1.2 inches (110 x 58 x 30 mm) (H x W x L)
VX-231 - Exclusive Auto-Range Transpond System (ARTS™)
            Vertex Standard VX-230 is designed to inform the user
            when out of communication range with another ARTS™-
            equipped station. If out of range more than 2 minutes, the
            radio senses no signal and beeps to alert the user. The 
            base station can then alert the field unit to move back into
            range. A great solution to keep your workers coordinated.
VX-231 - Is Owned 100% by Motorola.