Keep your workers safe in the toughest environments!
The Motorola DP4801 ATEX - UHF is a professional walkie-talkie with ATEX certification, complete with screen and keyboard. The DP4401/DP4801 series are the first on the market with DMR and ATEX technology. They combine the best of the functionality of the radio transmitter-receiver with the latest in digital technology. They seamlessly integrate voice and data, offer easy-to-use enhanced features and provide benefits in essential operations, such as integrated Bluetooth® and Smart Audio.
ATEX certified professional walkie talkies
The DP44xx and DP48xx ATEX series radios are the solution for professionals working in potentially explosive environments and who need to be in contact. The Motorola DP4401 professional walkie-talkies require the prior obtaining of a license for use. This license consists of a UHF frequency code for which only you have the right to use.
What is an ATEX radio?
The ATEX Directive (94/9/EC) requires manufacturers to have their electrical and/or mechanical products that are to be used in potentially explosive atmospheres certified. The products must be classified according to the level of protection offered against the risk that they become a potential source of ignition in explosive atmospheres.
Therefore ATEX certified walkie talkies are designed and manufactured to avoid the ignition of the explosive atmosphere that surrounds them and the certification authorizes them to work with these radiotelephones within potentially explosive areas.
The sound quality of the DP4000 series is spectacular, thus providing users with a unique experience while they speak and listen with total clarity. With Intelligent Audio, the volume of the radio is automatically adjusted to compensate for background noise, so workers do not have to adjust their radio volume to avoid losing calls in noisy situations or not to disturb other people when they pass by quiet areas. Increased suppression of background noise filters unwanted external noise, from traffic on the road to the roar of engines.
Simple migration between digital and analogue mode
It is easy to migrate to a digital mode with the radios of the DP4000 series because they operate in both analogue and digital modes. To further facilitate the transition, the mixed dynamic mode repeater functionality speeds up automatic switching between analogue and digital calls. So you can start using radios and repeaters in your current analogue system and, when time and budget allow, go digital at your own pace.
Each channel of the radiotelephone can be configured as a conventional analogue channel or a conventional digital channel. Using the channel selector knob switches from an analogue channel to a digital one. When switching from digital mode to analogue mode, some functions are no longer available. The radiotelephone also has functions available for analogue and digital modes. However, the small differences in how each function works do not affect the operation of the radiotelephone.
Degrees of Protection:
Gas: ATEX: Class II 2G Ex ib, IIC T4 Gb # IECEx: Ex ib IIC T4 Gb
Dust: ATEX: Class II 2D Ex ib, IIIC T130ºC Db # IECEx: Ex ib IIIC, T130ºC Db
Mining: ATEX: Class I M2 Ex, ib I Mb # IECEx: Ex ib I Mb
- Digital portable with 1000 channels. Available in UVF 1w and VHF 1w
- Large Push-to-Talk button
- Large Full-Colour, 5-line display - operating in Day or Night mode
- Full Alphanumeric Keypad
- Rotary channel switch
- 5 programmable side buttons
- On-off switch and volume
- Automatic volume adjustment
- Emergency button
- Remote Monitor function
- IP67 Regulations
- Channel voice announcement
- Automatic suppression of ambient noise
- VOX capability
- Privacy features
- Man Down function
- Lone Worker function
- IP Site Connect (Conventional Multiple Site Coverage)
- Over Air Programming
- Integrated GPS
- Direct Mode (Including Dual Capacity Direct Mode) / Repeater Mode
NOTE: This product requires a license.
This product comes with the standard accessory pack. This includes the battery, charger, antenna, dust cover, belt clip and user guide. Onedirect offers the possibility to customize the accessory pack to your needs. There are several options for the battery, charger and antenna. For more information, please contact us via mail or call us on 0333 123 3050.
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 radios.
Licence FAQ Section:
How to apply for a licence:
This Motorola two way radio is available to be programmed as:
- UHF: 403 - 470 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|
|ATEX certified||With ATEX certification|
|Water resistant||Water resistant|
|IP Rating||IP67 rating|
|Military standard||Confirmed to military standard|
|Channels - Sub-channels - Codes||1000|
|Range||Up to 25km|
|VOX/iVOX hands free||Without earpiece|
|Battery||Ion Li de 1600 mAh|
|Size||138.5 x 56.7 x 39.8mm|
- Motorola DP4801 ATEX - UHF walkie talkie
- *2075mAh (Typical) Li-ion Battery (NNTN8359_)
- *IMPRES Single-Unit Charger Options
- *Antenna Options
- Dust Cover (15012157001)
- 2.5" Belt Clip (PMLN6086)
- User Guide
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