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Designed for construction sites, the DTR410 2-Way Digital Business Radio Kit from Motorola can be deployed as a new system or added to an existing one. This B&H Kit contains five digital business radios to allow quick communication between employees.
5 x Motorola DTR-410 Digital 2-Way Radio
The Motorola DTR410 Digital On-Site Two-Way Radio represents a better way for small businesses to communicate, resulting in greater employee and business productivity. It offers a digital one-to-many Public Group Call, greater coverage than any previous 2-way radio - Up to 300,000 square feet or 25 floors and digital audio quality - loud, clear audio everywhere you have coverage.
The DTR410 digital on-site radio will hold up under demanding conditions. U.S. Military 810 C, D, E, and F Standards are used in the design process to simulate the very harshest environments, including blowing dust or rain, salt fog, vibration, shock, and adverse temperature storage.
Additional replacement batteries will be available: #53964, high capacity 19 hour life, and #53963 standard 14.5 hour capacity.
Available soon, it provides time-saving cloning capability of all programming and user menu settings at the touch of a button. #53968.
Unlike analog radios, multiple group communications can occur simultaneously on the same channel with this radio.
Each unit has its own unique 11-digit identification.
Long Battery Life
Up to 14.5 hours per full charge.
Public Group Call
All other DTR Series radios on the same group ID and channel hear communications, similar to an analog radio operation.
Receiving radios display the radio ID of the transmitting unit and, if listed in the receiving radio's contact list, the transmitting unit's radio name.