Ensure accurate information and specifications in your land surveying business with reliable communication between your team members. How? With a high performance two-way radio. With a durable, long-range walkie-talkie, surveyor professionals can get answers to their questions with the push of a button.
Land surveying touches just about every form of construction. It requires perfection in precision measurement of points on, above or below the surface of the earth for use in calculating safe transportation, accurate maps, proper facilities construction and legal boundaries of property ownership. Needless to say, clear communication between co-workers on a surveying site is crucial and yelling across a busy roadway won't cut it.
For reliable communication in land surveying, two-way radios are the tools you need. Cell phones are expensive on a month-to-month basis. Once you buy your radios and business licenses, your survey business communication is free. There are no monthly bills, no minute plans and no worrying about cell tower strength - no muss, no fuss. Surveying two-way radios are the go-to tools for land surveyors who want instant communication on a survey site.
Known for excellence in durable business radio manufacturing, Motorola offers several walkie-talkie models that are made to handle the rough and tumble environment of a land surveying operation. Motorola's RDX series
two-way radios are built to military specifications 810 c, d, e, f. RDX radios can withstand extremes in temperature, vibration, shock, dust, moisture, salt and fog - just about everything you get out there in surveying land. Motorola RDX two-way radios come with a die-cast metal chassis packaged in a polycarbonate casing that's made to survive a bounce or two. Did we mention they're IP54/55 rated, too?
Motorola's RDU4100 and RDU4160d are the 4-watt power output models of the RDX series. They feature 10 and 16 channels respectively. Always with the hardcore business user in mind, Motorola engineers ran the extra mile to ensure that messages come across in loud work environments like that of a land surveying project on an open road, a busy urban setting or construction site. These business two-way radios really fit the bill.
Should your surveying business require extra push and increased signal range, these models have repeater capability. The RDU 4100 is a 10-channel radio and the Motorola 4160d offers a full 16 channels. All of the RDX two-way radios are customer programmable with Motorola's free for download CPS (customer programming software). The RDU4160d employs a front panel programmable display should you wish to do some tweaking right on the radio itself.
All of Motorola's RDX walkie-talkies come with their own set of two-way RDX radio accessories that will allow your land surveyors to pick and choose how they want to wear and use their handheld radios. Got questions about surveying two-way radios? Tech Wholesale is here to help! Call us up or shoot us an email and we'll help you choose and configure the right two-way radios for your land surveying business.