Motorola DP1400 VHF Inc Single Charger Analogue Only
The Motorola DP1400 analog handheld two-way radio offers an affordable means of communication for your two-way radio needs. Its simplicity and durability make it a perfect option for industries like construction, security, and education. The DP1400 has succeeded the well-liked CP040 model, enabling compatibility with the same audio and charging accessories.
This radio serves as an excellent entry point for users who have yet to transition to digital technology. A straightforward upgrade in the future makes this possible.
NOTE: This web exclusive offer is for a VHF Analogue only Motorola DP1400 radio. This radio is licenced and will require an Ofcom Business Radio Licence to operate
Upon completion of your order we will contact you to get your licence details or arrange to get a copy of your existing radios codeplug so we can program them before shipping.
- VHF (136-174MHz)
- 32 channels
- Large, textured push-to-talk button for ease of use
- 2 programmable buttons to improve ease-of-use and increase operator efficiency
- Tri-colour LED for clear visual feedback on radio operating status
- Digital Emergency via programmable button to help ensure rapid response to critical incidents*
- Sophisticated Emergency Calls help ensure employee safety*
- Quick, easy-to-use Group and Individual call capability*
- PTT ID helps improve communications efficiency and system discipline*
- Elegant channel scanning schemes help ensure calls are received first time every time
- Basic Privacy*
- VOX Capability
- Lone Worker*
- Programmable Text Messaging Capability*
- Voice announcement of channel change and feature activation
- Digital Upgrade via Software Purchase (Analogue Only model)
- IP54 environmental sealing helps ensure continued operation in tough working conditions
* - Features available when upgraded to digital through purchased licence.
In The Box
What's In The Box
- 1 x DP1400 VHF Analogue Only
- 1 x li-ion Battery
- 1 x Single-unit charger
- 1 x Antenna
- 1 x 3″ Belt clip (HLN8255)
- 1 x In-box Documentation
- 1 x 24 months warranty
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All orders placed before 15.00 on a workday, Monday to Friday will be processed for delivery on a next working day, tracked delivery service.
Depending where you live, deliveries may take 2 working days to reach you.
The delivery cost per order is £7.00 ex vat
Orders over £100.00 ex vat are Free
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If the product is licenced, and you require it to be programmed, shipping will be completed after the radio has been programmed
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