The Motorola Solutions MOTOTRBO™ DM4600e mobile radio system is built for seamless, simple communication on the move. Whether you communicate with taxi drivers, police operatives or other agents out in the field, the DM4600e is a MOTOTRBO™ standard that lets you take full control of who you speak to, when, and at audio quality you can rely on. Choose a system that boasts a full colour display, as well as some of the crispest, clearest audio Motorola has ever produced, certainly for their mobile radio line.
The Motorola Solutions MOTOTRBO™ DM4600e works easily across VHF and UHF, with a fantastic capacity of up to 1000 channels for communication. What’s more, you’ll be able to raise an alarm at any time with an emergency call function, meaning that your fleet can come and find you wherever you may be in the local area. You’ll also be able to interrupt broadcasts to deliver vital communications as and when you need to.
The MOTOTRBO™ DM4600e is also built for private comms. This device automatically scrambles conversations, which means you can easily converse with other members of your fleet without needing to worry about interception. This feature is completely programmable and customisable, too. It’s mountable to any dashboard, meaning that regardless of the vehicle you are driving, you can rely on the radio to always be right there with you.
The Motorola Solutions MOTOTRBO™ radio technology available lets you connect to and communicate with people at greater clarity and speed than ever before. This functionality carries over wonderfully to the MOTOTRBO™ DM4600e, a landmark mobile radio which will offer vehicle comms users the chance to get in touch with all who need them at short notice. Take control of your fleet comms and choose a system that works hard on your behalf. Want to upgrade? Check out the DM4601e instead for an enhanced experience.
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