Motorola DLR1060 Two Way Radios…
Recently launched into Australia the Motorola DLR1060 is an upgrade from the DLR1020 series which was released with just two channels.
Providing crystal clear digital audio and special features including anti static ensure messages are heard loud and clear. Motorola have also increased the coverage area to 28,000 square meters. This means the radio is ideal for large warehouses, retail stores, schools, traffic control and malls. The radio is also license free, so no ACMA licence fees.
Key Features and Benefits
Unique Call Groups & Private Calls
Flexible call options allow you to setup the radios to allow for group calls to front of house, security, stores, or the office ensuring communications are directed to the relevant departments of the business. Or set the radios up with direct call to reach a specific employee.
How does License Free Digital Technology Work?
The Motorola DLR1060 operates in digital 900 MHz a license free band released by the ACMA. This bandwidth, frequency uses Hopping Spread Spectrum (FHSS), meaning the radio communications are more reliable, and private, compared to analogue civilian band (CB) two way radios.
The Radio lets You Know When the Channel is free!
Motorola has upgraded the DLR1060 series to promote orderly communication through the use of a prompt tone that alerts your team individuals when a channel is available and they can speak.
How do you Check the Battery Status, which Channel Your On, or the Radios Customized Features?
Voice Prompts from the DLR1060 communicate the Channel your are on or have switched to, what the battery level currently is, or other customized features that have been programmed into the radio.
Long Battery Life
Continuous operation of up to 14 hours!
Built Tough and Reliable for Daily Operations
DLR radios meet test methods from Military Standards 810 C, D, E, F and G, including shock, vibration, extreme temperatures and dust. Tough, polycarbonate housing contains built-in antimicrobial properties that inhibit the growth of bacteria and mold on the radio surfaces.
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