The DP1400 VHF portable two-way analogue/digital radio connects your workforce efficiently—and has the flexibility to grow with your business. This radio has superior audio quality, outstanding coverage and long-lasting battery life.
The DP1400 VHF Features
- Both Analogue/Digital functions
- Dual Capacity Direct Mode
- IP54 Rated
- Transmit Interrupt Capability (decode only)
- 136-174 MHz Frequency Range
- Emergency SOS button
- 16 Channels
- Integrated voice and data
- Advanced software features
- Noise reduction software
- 2 Year Warranty
Key Markets for Motorola DP1400
The Motorola DP1400 is an essential tool for any construction worker, to provide them with excellent coverage for communication across the entire construction site. Additionally, the advanced digital technology and battery life, provides reliable voice communications for their entire workday.
The DP1400 radio from Motorola is an important device for any member of a manufacturing team, that relies on communicating with team members and coordinating operations in all parts of a factory. The noise-cancelling software, built into the Motorola radio, filters out any potential background factory noise, enabling users to communicate clearly over loud machinery. Additionally, the development of Motorola's Dual Capacity Direct Mode, enables twice as many calls to be made within the same spectrum.
Any employee working in a security capacity is able to use the Motorola DP1400 to communicate instantly with other team members or alert control rooms to suspicious activity. The radio's intuitive design improves use in the dark, and even with whispers or hushed tones the Digital Automatic Fain Control (AGC) will automatically boost the volumne for recipients to clearly receive the message. Additionally, the programmable buttons on the side of the radio can be used as a one-touch help button, if an emergency situation arises.
Two-Way Radio Licences
This is a business radio which requires a licence from OFCOM. Different categories of licences are available starting from £75 for five years for those who require simple radio to radio communication UK wide or use of a radio system including a base station within a small area (1km or less)
More advanced requirements e.g. exclusive use of a frequencies will require a different licence.
Before purchasing we highly recommend you consult OFCOM Business Radio FAQs for full information on licencing and pricing.
It is also recommended that you apply for the appropriate licence before purchasing your radios. This is because items will not be shipped until you have informed GTC of the frequencies allocated to you by OFCOM so that the radio can be programmed accordingly.