Hytera PD782 and PD702 push-to-talk two-way radios
Hytera’s PD782 and PD702 handheld, digital, push-to-talk (PTT), two-way radios operate over the VHF band and feature a programmable emergency button, full keypad and screen.
They are IP67 rated for dust and water resistance, have pseudo-trunking and extended pseudo-trunking to help improve capacity usage and allow operators to use limited spectrum more efficiently by assigning channel resources without needing a dedicated control channel.
The radios have priority interrupt and an emergency mode that raises an alarm with user ID to a base station or other radios with pre-programmed emergency mode, as well as a ‘Lone Worker’ feature that uses a timer in the radio to measure inactivity. If the timer expires, the radio is designed to send a warning and trigger an alarm if there’s no response. They also come with optional Bluetooth functionality.
The PD702 comes with optional GPS tracking and positioning and has an optional ‘man down’ feature that will let users know if it has been tilted past a certain angle, as might occur if a radio user has fallen over or is unconscious or injured. It will trigger an alarm after a warning is issued to the user.
Phone: 0011 86 755 2697 2999
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