DM4000e / DM4400 / DM4401 / DM4600e / DM4601e
From the delivery driver crisscrossing the city to the sanitation crew clearing streets, your employees work smarter and safer with the MOTOTRBO™ DM4000 Series mobile two-way radio.
This fully-featured mobile transforms your enterprise, delivering unrivaled voice and data communications with integrated Bluetooth audio and data*, integrated GPS*, text messaging and a full 4-line colour display with day/night mode to make reading work order tickets and text messages easier. You also get best-in-class audio that includes Intelligent Audio and a customisable voice announcement feature.
* DM4601 model only
DM1400e / DM1600e
Stay connected with your workers whether they’re delivering cargo, dispatching trucks or driving a bus or tram. The MOTOTRBO™ DM1400 mobile radio is a reliable, cost-effective solution to keep your team in contact so they can communicate, coordinate and collaborate for maximum efficiency and safety. The DM1400 is designed for the everyday driver, so you can connect without distraction.
This analogue/digital mobile radio offers all the benefits of the latest technology – from superior audio quality to greater coverage. It’s also compatible with advanced MOTOTRBO™ business-essential features, such as Ttransmit Interrupt (decode only) to prioritize critical communication.
The analogue-only model of the DM1400 allows you to upgrade to digital with a simple software package when the time is right for you. The DM1400 is easy to use and delivers clear communication for maximum efficiency of your operation. Motorola also offers the MOTOTRBO™ DM1600 Mobile Radio with alphanumeric display.
The power of digital communications is now within reach. MOTOTRBO DM2600 mobile radios are compact and capable so workers can stay connected, whether they are picking up cargo or transporting passengers. As part of the MOTOTRBO family of radios, the DM2600 delivers the best in digital radio technology, with features like integrated voice systems capability, twice the calling capacity, and clearer voice communications. With its Intelligent Audio feature, drivers don’t need to adjust their radio volume to avoid missing a call, as the radio monitors background noise and automatically adjusts itself.
For those operating on analogue, the DM2600 lets you migrate to digital at your own pace and budget, with simple scalability to add functions and features. This radio is also compatible with advanced MOTOTRBO business-essential features, such as Transmit Interrupt to prioritize critical communication.
For affordable digital voice systems capability, the MOTOTRBO DM2600 gets the job done with clarity and ease.
A sophisticated tool for professionals who demand more from their communications solutions, the GM380 offers a wide range of features designed to help business maximise its effectiveness.
Emergency signalling sends a help signal to a pre-defined person or group of users with a pre-recorded message that could state user’s location to expedite assistance. DTMF enabled, the GM380 can make and receive telephone calls thanks to its full keypad. The radio also automatically mutes the in-vehicle entertainment system allowing calls to be sent and received without interruption.
* Replaced by CM series.
With a simple single-digit display, up to eight channels of communication and two programmable buttons (allowing up to four single-push functions), the CM140 is designed with the needs of operational mobile radio users in mind.
CM140 Commercial Series Mobile Radio
The ‘repeater talkaround’ function allows users to stay in touch should the radio repeater for their area stop working or when users work beyond its range. Repeater talkaround is particularly useful where the electricity supply can be unreliable – often when communication is most important.
Looking after employees and resources is paramount to stay ahead. With this in mind, the radios feature ‘emergency mode’. A single button press is all it takes to alert colleagues or base that assistance is required. With ‘lone worker’ function, the radio can be set up to request a response from a user at regular intervals. If the user is unable to give the ‘okay’ message then a defined emergency procedure is activated. Should a radio be lost or stolen it can be blocked (and unblocked upon retrieval) thanks to Selective Radio Inhibit.