Speaker Mic for Motorola HMN9030 GP300 CP200 w/ Coil Cord Surveillance Earpiece

Two-Way Radio Accessories

Two-Way Radio Accessory


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MaximalPower™ Two Way Palm Speaker Mic with Coil Cord Surveillance Earpiece for 

  • MOTOROLA GP300 CP200 CP200 XLS PR400 EP450 GTX GP300 P1225 CP185 P110 SP50


  • Fits Motorola CP200 GP300 Two Way Radio Palm Speakers
  • Clear Coil Cord Surveillance Earpiece Included.
  • Excellent Audio Quality, Rugged Construction.
  • Ideal for high noise level environments.
  • This microphone includes: 6' Soft heavy duty flexible cord and Swivel Clip.
  • Surveillance earpiece with clear coil cord.
  • 1 Year Warranty.
  • Fits original Equipment.
  • Water resistant.
  • USA Based brand with Warranty and Customer Service.
  • 100% Compatible with original manufacturer equipment.
  • Quantity: 1
  • SKU#0643 + 0811

Works in the following devices:

Model Names  Model Numbers
CP88, CP110, CP125, CP150, CP185, CP200, CT150, CT250, CT450, CT450LS
GP300 CP200 CP200 XLS PR400 EP450 GTX GP300 P1225 CP185 P110 SP50
GP68, GP88, GP300, GP308, GP350
P040, P080, P110, P1225, P1225LS, P2000, PRO2150, PRO3150
BPR40, ER450, PR400, MTH500, GTX, SP50, LTS2000, BC10, BC90, BC130, BPR40
CLS Series, CP88, CP100, CP125, CP150, CT150, CT250, CT450, CT450LS
DTR Series, GP2000, GP280, GP300, GP308, GP68, GP88
BC120, GTI, , P040, P080, XV1100, P1225LS, PRO3150 SP10, SP21
VL50, XTN446,XV2100, XTN500, XTN600, XU1100, XU2100, and VL130 

Replaces the following OEM part numbers:

  • MOTOROLA HMN9030 / RHF 617-1N 


  • Please fully charge your Li-ion batteries before using them for the first time.
  • Please try cycle your Li-ion batteries at least once before regular use
  • To cycle your batteries please fully charging them first, then use them in a device until the batteries are fully drained and the device shuts off.
  • After cycling your Li-ion batteries, you may use them or charge them as much needed.
  • Please do not fully charge your Li-ion batteries before storing them for long periods of time. Try to have them drain close to half a charge first.