The Motorola DP1400 is an affordable, simple and portable two way Analogue radio, which connects your workforce efficiently. Moreover, it has the flexibility to grow and expand with your business. This exceptional device combines the best features of two way radio with the latest analogue technology.
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The DP1400 is an affordable, simple and portable two way analogue radio, which connects your workforce efficiently. Moreover, it has the flexibility to grow and expand with your business. This exceptional device combines the best features of two-way radio with the latest analogue technology as well as being the cheapest professional 2 way radio on the market.
The DP1400 is an ideal choice for any individual who wishes to stay connected. This device is compatible with all the MOTOTRBO radios. It offers outstanding coverage, superior audio quality, long battery life and other benefits.
Regardless of your needs, the DP1400 provides you with a reliable, simple and cost effective communication solution. This will help your workforce connect, collaborate and coordinate to enhance Productivity, Efficiency and Accuracy. Easy to use voice communication will make sure everything is done right the first time.
The frequencies of the device are UHF1 (403-470MHZ) or VHF (136-174MHZ). It’s available with 16 different channels. You’ll notice a textured, large push-to-talk button making it easier to use the device effectively. There are also 2 programmable buttons to provide you with more convenience, and enhance operator efficiency. This ensures rapid response from the workforce to critical incidents.
With sophisticated emergency calls, you can ensure the safety of your employees. The DP1400 also allows easy to use and quick group call capability. Moreover, PTT ID ensures system discipline and improved communications efficiency.
With this radio you get the benfits of new technology at the price of old technology. The analogue only version is programmable to use point-to-point communications, giving you or your business the best equipment at the best price.
With all these features, you can be assured that the DP1400 will be an excellent buy. With this radio you get the benfits of new technology at the price of old technology. The analogue only version is programmable to use point-to-point communications, giving you or your business the best equipment at the best price. Your workforce will be more productive and efficient. Moreover, you will also be able to reap other benefits, including improved safety, privacy and communications. The DP1400 is an excellent choice for every business.
What does DP1400 Analogue Version mean?
It is the most cost effective Version of the Motorola DP range, it allows users to communicate point-to-point, but won’t allow the radio to connect to a digital system.
How Much does the DP1400 Weigh?
With a Nickel Metal Hydride battery, the radio weighs 406g, with a Lithium Ion battery it weighs 341g
Can I use a Headset/Earpiece with the DP1400?
What is the Battery life of the DP1400?
The NiMH battery lasts 9 hours and with the Li-Ion battery it will last 10.5 hours
Is this the DP1400 waterproof?
The IP rating for this radio is IP54, which means ‘Water splashing against the enclosure from any direction shall have no harmful effect’ (more about this can be found here)
What is the main purpose of the DP1400
The DP1400 is a simple and affordable radio and perfect for the everyday user, it can be upgraded at a later date to be fully digital.
Does it have programmable Buttons? i.e Emergency button
Yes, the radio has a PTT button, with 2 other buttons below it, these can be fully programmed
What are the charging station options?
This DP1400 has an optional single charger, but a 6 bank charger can be found here
Is this Intrinsically Safe?
No, our ATEX radios can be found here
Do I need a licence for this radio?
Yes, this is easy to apply for, and we can help with this.
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