The Hytera PD362 Digital Portable Radio provides quality voice communications in a small, easy to carry, pocket-sized design that gives it a cellular phone feel. Analog/Digital Dual Mode operation makes this an ideal radio solution for small organizations looking to transition to clear digital communications in an easy and cost effective way. Although small in size, the PD362 is high in quality with IP54 certification against dust and water intrusion and MIL-STD-810 C/D/E/F/G certification for operation in harsh environmental conditions. Accessories that come standard with the portable radio include a 2000 maHr Lithium-Ion battery, an attached antenna, a Micro-USB power adapter, a belt clip and nylon strap.
The Hytera PD662G is a durable and feature-rich Digital Portable Radio with a rugged, reliable and compact design. The “G” version stands for GPS and the built-in GPS module allows the radio to integrate with the Hytera Dispatch System or other 3rd party GPS dispatching systems. Rigorously tested and compliant to both MIL-STD 810 C/D/E/F/G and IP67 specifications, the PD662G is totally protected against dust intrusion and can withstand the effects of immersion for up to 30 minutes at a depth of 1m. Capable of both voice and data communications as well as operating in both digital and analog modes, the portable is an affordable solution for those organizations using multiple types of radio communications.
The PD702G-UL913 is an intrinsically safe Digital Portable Radio designed for use by those professionals who must work in potentially dangerous and hazardous conditions. The intrinsically safe certification means the portable radio complies with some of the world’s strictest safety standards. The PD702G should be used by those working in environments with explosive gases or combustible dusts where the use of standard radios may not be safe. The UL913 protection designation of Class I, II, III DIV I Group C-G -22° F to 131° F T4 is further described in the Intrinsically Safe brochure. The rugged and reliable PD702G also complies with the IP67 requirements for withstanding dust and water intrusion as well as meeting the MIL-STD-810 C/D/E/F/G requirements for radio operation in harsh environments.
The Hytera TC610P is a cost effective and reliable Analog Portable Radio with a rugged design and compact size. Holding an impressive IP66 rating for protection against dust and water intrusion, the TC610P is an ideal solution for those professionals working in extreme environmental conditions like firefighters, EMS, and other emergency personnel. The radio is available in either VHF or UHF, has a capacity of 16 channels, and can be switched between low and high power output levels. A high capacity 2000 maHr Lithium-Ion battery provides approximately 14 hours of service with a 5/5/90 duty cycle. The physical dimensions of the TC610P are 4.7 x 2.2 x 1.3 inches and the unit weighs 9.7 oz.
The Hytera TC700 Ex is an Intrinsically Safe Analog Portable Radio intended for use in potentially explosive environments encountered by firefighters and other emergency services personnel. The radio has been specifically designed and constructed to be safely operated in these hazardous type conditions. The “Intrinsically Safe” classification is a fire safety rating given to the equipment by the Factory Mutual Research Corporation. With this rating, the radio is considered safe to use in certain flammable or combustible atmospheres. The I.S. Classes I, II, III, Division 1, Groups CDEFG, T3C certification is further described in the TC700 Ex User Guide.
The Hytera TC780 is a mid-to-high tier Analog Portable Radio with easy-to-use controls and secure reliable communications. The alphanumeric LCD display and full keypad allow emergency professionals maximum use of the various indicators and powerful functions of the TC780 radio. The radio is available in VHF or UHF frequency ranges, has a channel capacity of 256, and can be switched between low and high output power levels. Standard accessories for each TC780 include a 2100 maHr Li-Ion battery, MCU charger, a power adapter, antenna, belt clip and strap. Typical operational time for a fully charged battery is approximately 16 hours when calculated with the (5/5/90) duty cycle. The size of the portable radio is 5.0 x 2.1 x 1.4 inches and its weight is 12 oz.