How to Program the Motorola RMU2040

Motorola RMU2040 Quick Programming Guide

The Motorola RMU2040 is a great two way radio for a variety of uses, including smaller construction and manufacturing sites or even indoor environments like bowling alleys, moving theaters, and smaller schools. The compact size, audio quality, and rugged durability are top notch, but what happens if outside factors cause static or interference in your workplace?

This blog post is going to show you how to change the programming of a Motorola RMU2040 radio so that you get back to the job at hand. The RMU2040 has four channels available with each of those channels being programmed to a combination of a frequency and a privacy code. The key to getting clear communication is to program your channels to frequencies and privacy codes that aren’t being used by nearby businesses.

Follow the steps in the short video below and you’ll quickly learn how to reprogram your two way radios. It only takes a minute per radio and then you’ll be free from static and interference.

Please remember that if you purchased something like the RMU2040 Combo Pack or if you have multiple radios in your fleet, you will need to change each radio to the same frequencies and privacy codes in order for them to communicate. If you’re still having issues or if you have questions about purchasing new two way radios, visit our website here or give us a call at 888-560-0758.

2 thoughts on “How to Program the Motorola RMU2040

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