SO RUGGED, IT WITHSTANDS THE WORST
The DP4000 Ex Series is so rugged and durable, it meets the most stringent standards and has the highest ATEX rating. Whether working in an oil refinery, chemicals factory or mine, dust and water can damage radios, but the DP4000 Ex Series is designed to withstand the worst. It meets or exceeds MIL-STD-810 for exceptional durability and is IP67 rated* to keep out damaging water and dust. The DP4000 Ex Series has also been subjected to Motorola’s unique Accelerated Life Test to simulate five years of hard use.
EASY TO OPERATE
The DP4000 Ex Series features large PTT, volume, channel knobs and programmable buttons that are easy to use, even when wearing gloves. The large, colour display (DP4801 Ex only) and bright LED show radio status information at a glance. Plus the prominent orange emergency button enables workers to quickly call for assistance when needed.
KEEP CREWS COMMUNICATING, EVERY WHERE
MOTOTRBO™’s IP Site Connect uses the Internet to extend coverage to workers anywhere in the world and scalable, single-site Capacity Plus expands capacity to over 1,000 users. Linked Capacity Plus combines the high user-density call management of Capacity Plus with the wide area coverage of IP Site Connect to connect crews at various locations affordably. Use Motorola’s Application Developer Program to adapt the DP4000 Ex Series to your unique needs in the future – from location tracking using the built-in GPS receiver to text messaging or call logging and recording. When you want to share information or pinpoint crew locations, access all the right applications on one device.
WORK SAFELY, FROM PIPELINE TO POWER PLANT
Everything about the DP4000 Ex Series is designed for worker safety. Loud, clear performance and innovative features like Intelligent Audio and Transmit Interrupt help ensure messages get through in the noisiest environments. And like the radio, Motorola’s audio and energy accessories meet the most stringent ATEX standards. An integrated man-down and lone worker feature sends an instant alert if a mishap occurs. And the bright blue colour helps ensure workers can easily identify and carry only ATEX-approved radios into hazardous environments.