It combines advanced two way radio techniques with the latest analogue and digital technologies. In short, the lightweight Motorola DP1400 is the perfect fit for daily users who need great voice communications on a large site in a wide range of conditions.
The Motorola DP1400 will work seamlessly and cost-effectively with the radios you have today. For companies operating on a tight budget, they can use it initially as a transitional radio. By choosing the analogue-only model to work with their existing system, they can convert to crisp and clear digital communications as soon as they’ve superseded all their old analogue radios. (A straightforward software upgrade allows the replacement DP1400 radios to function digitally with all its additional benefits.)
Clearly, if you want a budget-friendly communication solution to help busy work crews stay connected, coordinate and collaborate – the hand-held DP1400 radio will make their job much easier. With its simple-to-use ergonomics, reliability and ultra-sharp audio; teams under duress are able to operate more efficiently in the noisiest conditions.
For example, a building worker carries his DP1400 on his belt as his constant companion. The digital technology gives him excellent coverage across the entire site. And it has significantly better battery life too, so he knows he’ll have reliable voice communication all day long without interruption. What’s more, the radio’s digital noise-cancelling software filters out the worst of the background din such as clattering and rumbling machinery. This means recipients will never miss crucial instructions, especially those which ensure worker safety. In addition, if business owners need to expand site capacity, they can easily run Dual Capacity Direct Mode, because this can accommodate twice as many calls within the same spectrum.
Intuitive design means the DP1400 is easy to use in the dark. Even when a security guard speaks softly, he knows the digital AGC (Automatic Gain Control) will boost the volume. This means he’ll always be heard back at central control without any problem. But more than that, the ‘Lone Worker’ feature provides him with peace of mind by continuously monitoring his safety status when isolated. If he’s in danger or threatened, he can swiftly use one of the programmable side buttons to call for help – with a single touch.
Whatever a company’s individual needs, Brentwood can help them to integrate DP1400 radios into their business quickly and cost-effectively. For instance, we carry out radio coverage trials, site integration, device programming and a lot more besides.
Please let us know if your company requires two way radios to increase work performance, and elevate health and safety, across any large site – you can call us on 01245 403520 to discuss your needs.