Protecting those working alone through an automatic radio alert.
A lone worker solution can be invaluable to those working alone, providing the right level of protection for employees at potential risk. The system involves sending an alarm to a master radio if the lone worker isn't responding to alerts, indicating that they could be in danger. The alarm can be raised to another user in the building, or externally.
To find out how Brentwood Construction can assist with providing lone worker alerts, contact us today. We provide equipment trials and site visits to find the best solution for you.CONTACT US
A staple model of the Motorola range, the DP1400 comes in both analogue and digital mode. The radios simple design and enhanced features make the radio a favourite in the construction industry,ENQUIRE NOW
Radio Type: Digital
Weight (grams): 341
Number of Channels: 16
Power Output (watts): VHF: 5 UHF: 4
Frequency: VHF (136-174 MHz) and UHF (403-527 MHz)
Battery Life (hours): 19
The Motorola DP1400 is simple, reliable, cost-effective – and supersedes the highly popular CP040. This two-way radio is available as an analogue/digital radio (in VHF or UHF). It offers all the benefits of the latest technology – from crisp, clear audio to greater coverage to longer battery life.
Although primarily a digital radio, you can use the hybrid DP1400 with your current analogue system until you’re ready to go fully digital. Being easy-to-use and highly portable, this rugged radio suits the needs of small and medium sized warehouses, agricultural environments, security applications and light industrial use. The DP1400 is ideal for these conditions. For example, its noise-cancelling software filters out background noise so that users can easily hear every word. Its intuitive design allows workers to make and receive calls in the dark, and the ‘Automatic Gain Control’ boosts the volume so that softly spoken staff can be heard without difficulty back at base.
If the worst happens, employees can simply touch one of the programmable side buttons to call for help in an emergency. Converting to digital means your radio will operate up to 40% longer on the same battery. And you can fit twice as many calls into the same spectrum (using the ‘Dual Capacity Direct Mode’) to accommodate your growing business.