Hytera PD415 Hand Portable Radio

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Product Description

The PD415 is the latest hand portable radio from Hytera. Small, lightweight and feature rich the PD415 offers you the latest in innovative technology. Featuring embedded RFID the PD415 is able to read an RFID tag and automatically send the information out from the radio. Hytera also provides an open API for the PD415, allowing development for further applications to work with RFID. Also featuring an analogue and digital mixed channel, the PD415 allows you to send and receive analogue and digital transmissions on the same channel. This allows for a smooth, cost effective migration from analogue to digital.

This radio is available in both UHF 400-470 Mhz and VHF 136-174Mhz.

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Key Features

  • Weight 260g (with 1500mAh battery)
  • Size 112 X 55 X31mm
  • IP54 Compliance
  • 32 channels 3 zones
  • 12.5/25KHZ selectable channel spacing
  • Digital voice call function
  • Digital text messaging function
  • In digital mode, around 16 hours of operation
  • Embeded RFID reader
  • Scanning (analogue or digital channel)
  • Supports mix (analogue and digital) channel
  • VOX

Package includes

  • Radio
  • Standard antenna
  • Li-Ion Battery (1500mAh)
  • Leather Strap
  • Belt Clip
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