Motorola - DP4000e Series
Connecting your Motorola radios to GetHomeSafe not only extends our solutions' features to areas without cell phone coverage, but can also help realise further benefit and return on investment from the technology you already pay for. By adding easy to use staff welfare functions to your hardware you give your staff a simple way to engage with your health and safety policies and procedures.
Motorola Radios - DP4000e Series
Motorola are a well-known provider of radio communications solutions. They specialise in a wide range of hardware and software to suit a variety of working scenarios. GetHomeSafe integrates with Motorola hardware being managed through TRBONET dispatching systems.
Key features and benefits:
- High quality 2-way voice communications
- 2-way messaging
- IP68 Waterproof
- Multiple wearable options
Using Radios with GetHomeSafe
Configurable buttons on these handsets can send pre-set messages to complete GetHomeSafe functions. These functions include starting/finishing sessions, check-ins and alerts.
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This series of Motorola radios has a red duress button built in, allowing for easy, single button press duress alerts.
The DP4000e series are waterproof (IP68)
Two Way Voice and Messaging
High quality two-way voice communications and messaging on the radio handset.
There are a range of accessories for securely affixing portable radios to personnel for easy carrying and access during the course of their work.
Up to 28 hours of battery life on a single charge. Allowing for radio usage through multiple shifts.
On a fully charged battery you can expect up to 28 hours of regular use. This means that radio handsets can be used across multiple shifts without the need to charge in between.
Please get in touch with us to discuss your specific needs! We will need to ensure we can forward data from your Digital Radio network to our API. After the initial setup you're good to go!
Yes you can! There are a number of components that go into setting up a digital radio network aside from the radio handsets themselves. We can help assess what you need and put you in touch with one of our partners who can provide the necessary hardware and software to get you up and running.
This depends on the radio network you operate on. If you own/operate your own network you can extend coverage by adding repeaters in the locations you need to reach. Otherwise your network provider should be able to provide a coverage map for you.
For coverage information on networks we already work with please get in touch!