Product discontinued please see Motorola Solutions DP4801e
Motorola’s MOTOTRBO DP4801 is leading the way in terms of waterproof, resistant, high-quality audio radios. Part of the DP4000e range, this unit boasts 1000-channel capability, Bluetooth 4.0 and a full keypad. Therefore, if you need to make advanced calls or send messages to other radios in your range, you can do so – thanks to hard-working integrated Wi-Fi.
The DP4801 is the premium model in the DP4000e range, making it the most attractive to retail operations. It is also an asset for events and security staff, with extensive coverage and seamless indoor communication. As with other radios in the DP4000e line, the DP4801 is also compatible with a wide range of clips and accessories. Therefore, you can easily clip the radio to your waist or belt and never miss a call.
Despite the advanced technology and features built into the DP4801, this radio also benefits from a simple one-touch communication system. All you need to do to connect to nearby devices in range will be to press the right button! This also supports its fantastic safety functionality, meaning that if you fall or are in need of immediate assistance, simply raise the alarm to all other radios in range and you will be offered support ASAP.
Operating on VHF, UHF and 800 bands, take advantage of up to 28 hours of constant battery for long shifts or coverage needs. You only need to charge it once! Update the software and smart features seamlessly with integrated Wi-Fi, and stay connected with location support and auto-fall alerts. Your team will always know where to find you, and they will be alerted if there is ever a problem. So, too, can you keep a close eye on them!
The DP4801 is recommended for all operational needs – whether retail, security or other manoeuvres. It’s lightweight, powerful, and endlessly surprising – in a good way!
These radios require an Ofcom radio licence to operate. If you do not already have one, please follow one of these links purchase one for £100.00. For those using the radios on a single site, please click here and for those who will be using the radios across various sites in the UK, please click here.