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Motorola DP1400 403-470MHz 4W ND ANALOG PTI502C 1400mAh battery

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280.50 EUR (233.75 EUR + VAT)
Model: MDH01QDC9JC2AN
Availability: On stock
Average Rating: Not Rated
Manufacturer: Motorola
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Motorola DP1400 403-470MHz  4W ND ANALOG PTI502C

Simple Voice Communications

Simple and affordable, the DP1400 portable two-way analogue/digital radio connects your workforce efficiently—and has the flexibility to grow with your business. By combining the best of two-way radio functionality with the latest analogue and digital technology, the DP1400 is perfect for the everyday user who wants to stay connected. Fully compatible with the MOTOTRBO family of radios, the DP1400 has superior audio quality, outstanding coverage, long-lasting battery life and more.

You can also choose the analogue-only DP1400 model, which gives you great voice communications today, with a path to crisp and clear digital voice communications when you’re ready. All you will need is a simple software upgrade.

Whatever your needs, the DP1400 provides a simple, reliable, cost-effective communication solution to help work crews connect, coordinate and collaborate to get the job done right. Improve the efficiency of your operation with easy-to-use voice communication that’s right for you.

Features

Analogue/Digital - Get all the benefits of digital, including better voice quality, better range and better battery life – but retain compatibility with your existing radio fleet. The freedom to migrate to the latest technology at your own pace.

Transmit Interrupt Capability (decode only) - Enables a supervisor to interrupt a DP1400 user to deliver critical communication exactly when and where it’s needed.

Compatible with Radio Management Suite - Program your radios quickly and efficiently, with the Radio Management tool. Radios can be programmed in batches to a standardized template, giving error-free results and optimized performance.

Dual Capacity Direct Mode - Utilize the power of the 2-slot TDMA DMR standard to double the capacity of your 12.5 kHz channel – without the need for a repeater.

IP54 Rated - Dustproof and splashproof, so you can work with confidence in challenging environments.

Box contains: 1 pce. radio, 1400mAh battery, charger, antenna.

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