When you use two-way radios for crane operation, you'll have the most effective means of communication for a noisy and harsh environment. To ensure that the job is done right and that important instructions are directly related from the supervisor to the crane operator immediately, no device does that better than a robust walkie-talkie system. From reliable hands-free operation to clear audio, even in a noisy location, crane operation radios are a smart purchase for construction sites, manufacturing companies, sea ports and anywhere else where heavy machinery is used.
Tech Wholesale is your trusted partner in business communications. As an Authorized Motorola Dealer with many years of experience and tens of thousands of customers, we know which radios are best for crane operations. The Motorola DLR series digital radios and RMU2040, RDU4100 and RDU4160d UHF radios are all designed for optimal reliability in challenging conditions. All these models meet the rigorous MIL-STD 810 and IP54/55 specifications for resistance to dust, shock, vibration and how-powered jets of water. They're also designed for hands-free use.
has 4 channels, 2 watts and a signal range of up to 250,000 square feet outdoors. It also offers cloning of radio settings, dedicated business frequencies, privacy codes and a long-life 12-hour battery. The RDU series radios
use 4 watts and have either 10 or 16 channels. They also have business radio frequencies, noise reduction, privacy codes and extremely durable polycarbonate cases. These models can be used with a base station repeater for increased signal range. The RDU4160d includes a digital display.
Motorola's digital DLR radios
use advanced digital technology for a crystal-clear signal with no static that stays strong to the very edges of the coverage area. With these compact, ruggedly designed digital radios, you can speak to a single party privately, as you would with a cell phone, in addition to communicating with your entire team. Advanced features include superior protection against interference and voice prompt channel selection.