Efficiently connect your workforce
The Motorola DP1400 offers flexible analogue communications, with high voice clarity, superior audio and the full range of features you would expect from a Motorola radio. This radio requires a licence for use in the UK. Please see below for further information.
The DP1400 will work with any existing analogue radios in your fleet immediately, whilst the noise-cancelling software allows the user to hear and be heard in all environments, even in circumstances that require discreet radio use, Automatic Gain Control (AGC) technology ensures that the volume will automatically be boosted on the receiving end of the call. Programmable side buttons ensure that all-important and frequently-used functions can be accessed from just one touch.
Built to last
All Motorola radios are built to last - the Motorola Accelerated Life Test program simulates 5 years of hard service, and all radios have passed this thoroughly extensive test. The DP1400 conforms to IP54 standards for dust and water ingress, and complies with MIL-SPEC 810 C/D/E/F/G. For more information on IP ratings, please click here.
The Motorola DP1400 features a 6-setting scan function, 16 channels and selective calling, as well as a range of call tones, programmable buttons and VOX capability. It is also compatible with text messaging, one-to-one calling and private line communication (analogue and digital). With built-in scrambing, MDC/QCI/Digital signalling and busy channel lockout, the DP1400 is equipped to handle any situation.
If you wish to order this product or any other licenced radio, please call us so we can help you choose the correct frequency and antenna for your licence.
- Compatible with existing analogue radios
- Noise-cancelling software
- Programmable buttons
- Complies with Motorola Accelerated Life test
- IP54 rating
- Mil Spec 810 C/D/E/F/G
- 8-setting scan function
- 16 channels
- VOX capability
- One-to-one calling
- Private line communication (analogue and digital)
- MDC (encode/decode), Quik-call II (encode/decode), DTMF encode signalling
- Busy channel lockout
- Analogue battery life (NiMH battery): 9 hours - based on a 05/05/90 duty cycle
- Dimensions: 127.7mm x 61.5mm x 42mm (with NiMH battery)
Weight: 406g (with NiMH battery)
The price of this radio does not include programming costs. Onedirect can programme your radios at a cost of £10 per radio (Excl. VAT).
If you already have a license, please send us the last page of your license papers. Alternatively, you can send us one of the radios from your existing fleet, so we can copy the frequencies and programme your new radios.
Licence FAQ Section:
How to apply for a licence:
This Motorola two way radio is available to be programmed as:
VHF: 136 - 174 MHz
*The maximum range given by manufacturers is based on ideal conditions, such as from hilltop to hilltop, but the range you actually get will be much less if you are in a built-up area. Trees, walls, hills and even the weather can affect the range of your two-way radio. Rule of thumb is that for every 1 watt you will get 1 mile of coverage guarantee, or more depending on the conditions.
|Use||For intensive use|
|Comes with case and accessories||Without case|
|ATEX certified||Without ATEX certification|
|Water resistant||Water resistant|
|IP Rating||IP54 rating|
|Military standard||Confirmed to military standard|
|Channels - Sub-channels - Codes||16|
|VOX/iVOX hands free||Without earpiece|
|Standby time / Talk time||11 hours|
|Battery||NiMh oder Li-Ion|
|SOS button||Without SOS button|
|Vibrate function||Without vibrate function|
|Voice encryption function||With voice encryption|
|Scan function||With scan function|
|Room monitoring||Without room monitoring|
|Roger Beep||Without roger beep|
|Size||127.7 x 61.5 x 42mm|
- DP1400 radio
- Belt Clip
- How to choose two-way radios [Online guide]
- Two-way radio guide [PDF]
- Waterproof radio guide [FAQs+PDF guide]
- Two-way radio accessory guide [FAQs+PDF guide]
- Two-way radios [FAQs]
- Ip ratings explained [Online guide]
- License-free or licensed radio [How to choose]
- VHF or UHF radio – what’s the difference?
- Best two-way radios of 2019 [Top 10]
- Best Motorola two-way radios of 2019 [Top 10]