Motorola DTR600 business two way radios keeps your projects on track through better coordination of foremen, subcontractors andindividual tradespeople. Address the daily challenges of worker safety. Meet the pressureto finish projects faster, avoid costly mistakes and protect your profit margins.
With lisecense free technology our audio output penetrates noisy construction sites, providing crisp, clear audio at any volume.
Compact and IP54 rated. A durable design meets U.S. Military 810G standards for shock, vibration, water, dust and temperature extremes – so it will operate in the harshest working conditions.
Up 350,000 sq. ft (or 30 floors indoors) with the standard whip antenna.
Allows users to instantly communicate one to one privately after a group transmission is over.
For Mid- Size and Large Construction Operations
The CP200d two way 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 analog and digital technology, the CP200d is perfect for the everyday user who wants to stay connected. It is fully compatible with the MOTOTRBO family of radios and has superior audio quality, outstanding coverage, long-lasting battery life and more
Push-to-talk applicationsenable immediate communication with work crews,allowing supervisors to react to changing customerdemands, weather alerts, and other unexpected criteria
Preempt potential hazardswith one-to-one or one-to-many calling. ManyMotorola radios include emergency calling andintrinsically safe design features to provide reliabletwo-way radio communicationsin locations whereflammable gas and combustible dust are present
Carry accessories make itsimple for workers to clip their radio onto a belt, andheadsets allow users to talk without holding the radio.
Construction supervisors canimmediately contact work crews to notify themof change orders or potential errors in the buildingprocess.
Motorola two-way radioseliminate the cost of recurring monthly fees and percallcharges of cellular push-to-talk technology.
Digitalradios overcome the high decibel environment of aconstruction site with noise suppression technologythat limits background noise.