Hytera's PNC460U is a UL913-certified intrinsically safe smart device with the capabilities of a large-screen smartphone and push-to-talk over cellular (PoC) radio rolled into one.
Engineered to meet stringent IECEX and ATEX requirements for explosion-proof equipment, the devices enable personnel to efficiently communicate and collaborate with intuitive push-to-talk (PTT) calls at potentially hazardous worksites.
Hytera Communications has released a line-up of explosion-proof two-way radios that are designed and certified to use in hazardous environments with explosive gas and combustible dusts.
Thanks to the high RX sensitivity, the radio can deliver clear and dependable communications even in areas where the signal is unstable or weak.
Hytera Communications has released its Ultralight Business Two-way Radios, the AP32X and BP36X, featuring a lightweight design and professional PTT (push-to-talk) features that empower business users to boost efficiency and productivity.
Hytera has launched a new rugged two-way radio ideally suited for businesses operating in harsh or noisy environments such as the construction industry, logistics, transportation, security and manufacturing.
For fleet managers wanting a dedicated two-way radio style PoC device.
The Hytera PNC460 XRugged push-to-talk smartphone is designed to enhance team productivity in business and industrial scenarios.
Featuring both smartphone and push-to-talk over cellular (PoC) radio capabilities, the device empowers teams with high levels of connectivity and efficient collaboration.
Hytera has recently expanded its DMR mobile two-way radio portfolio by releasing two new models, HM682 and HM652.
The HP5 models were developed to provide voice communications for security, operations, technician and maintenance teams at office buildings, stadiums, industrial parks, school campuses, hospitals, etc.
Vertel has partnered with Dysons Buses to deliver a communications upgrade, with PoC devices with covert push-to-video duress features for its fleet of buses.
For groups accustomed to communicating via traditional two-way radio, the Siyata SD7 handset is designed to be simple to operate with a user experience that mimics the operation of a land mobile radio.
The system was formally launched in July 2022, facilitating seamless communications among the security guards and management departments.
The US Department of Homeland Security and the US National Urban Security Technology Laboratory (NUSTL) recently produced The Portable Radio Repeaters for Indoor and Subterranean Environments Assessment Report.