The Motorola DM1600 – The Most Basic Vehicle Mounted Radio in the MOTOTRBO Series
The most basic vehicle mounted radio in the MOTOTRBO(tm) series, developed for clear and uncomplicated voice communications. Shipped as purely analogue models, customers can upgrade to digital with a software update, enabling them to benefit from the latest technology at their own pace.
The DM1600 is durable and reliable, proven tough in Motorola’s gruelling Accelerated Life Test regime. It’s dustproof and splashproof.
Dual Capacity Direct Mode
The delivery driver is lost, but thanks to Dual Capacity Direct Mode on his DM1600 mobile radio installation, he can reach the office with a simple voice call. He simply activates the visor microphone and pushes the talk button while driving, and the digital noise-cancelling software ensures his message is heard over the road. Soon, the dispatcher is sending him back the right way.
Motorola Solutions’ scalable trunked MOTOTRBO system blends innovation with real-world experience to give you the wireless communications you need for your business. It features a full range of device options and a centralized control console for unified operation. Calls can be queued during busy times, important users can be given priority status, and a wireline console can be used for centralized dispatch.
Other features include the ability to interrupt a CM Series user for critical communication, plus an alphanumeric display that can be programmed to show caller ID, channel number and contacts. And the DM1600 is built tough, passing Motorola’s Accelerated Life Test and being IP54 rated for dust and moisture protection.
With a bright, high-contrast alphanumeric display, the DM1600 lets drivers see settings and caller ID at a glance. This analogue/digital mobile radio offers advanced MOTOTRBO business-essential features such as transmit interrupt (decode only) to prioritize critical communication. Customers can choose the analogue-only model and upgrade to digital with a software package when the time is right for their operation. Designed to be tough, the DM1600 is IP54 dustproof and splashproof; meets MIL-STD 810 specifications and has undergone Motorola’s gruelling Accelerated Life Test program.
The bus driver relies on his DM1600 to keep passengers safe as they travel from one stop to the next along their route. With dual capacity direct mode, the DM1600 helps him connect to his dispatcher no matter where he is on the route. He can also use a programmable button to call for help when there’s an incident. And with the Transmit Interrupt feature, the radio motorola dm1600 will interrupt another radio on the same channel to decode a transmission, allowing him to prioritize his call for help.
Coverage mapping is a tool that takes RF measurements and data from the antenna to generate a map of signal strength, indoor or outdoor. This information can then be used to correlate with propagation modeling tools to better plan for a communication system deployment.
For example, a delivery driver uses his DM1600 to communicate with his team while driving down the road. The radio’s visor microphone and steering wheel-mounted push-to-talk button allow him to speak clearly without distraction, even through traffic noise. The DM1600’s digital technology helps him get back on track, too.
The DM1600 is built to last with rugged, IP54 dust and splash resistance; MIL-STD 810 compliance and Motorola’s innovative Accelerated Life Testing (ALT) regime. Plus, it’s backed by two-year standard warranty and an optional one-year extension.
GET DURABILITY THAT ENDURES
The DM1400 and DM1600 are built to last with a two-year standard warranty and one-year warranty for Motorola-branded accessories. They are also backed by Motorola’s unique and rigorous motorola dm1600 Accelerated Life Test program, where they must survive a simulated five years of hard service before being accepted as field proven. And optional Service from the Start helps you manage costs and complexity with a multiyear warranty, rapid repair turnaround times and access to the latest software releases.
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Stay connected with your mobile workforce whether they are delivering cargo, dispatching trucks or driving buses and trams. This is easy with the Motorola DM1600 digital mobile radio (with alphanumeric display) that delivers clear communication for maximum efficiency and safety. Easily migrate to digital capability when the time is right for your operation with a simple software upgrade.