Hytera’s high performance, robust design and intrinsic safety features ensure reliable communication in hazardous environments, including those containing explosive gases, combustible dust or mining vapours. This device is built for extreme conditions with fail-safe features to make sure it is equally dependable as it is durable. The internals of the device are encapsulated for added protection.
Features & Functions
Priority interrupt feature, take priority on a line if need be
Mixed mode operation, switch between digital and analogue
What is an ATEX radio?
An ATEX radio is a radio device designed and certified to be used in potentially explosive atmospheres. ATEX radios are specifically engineered to ensure safety in environments where there is a risk of flammable gases, vapours, or combustible dust.
What frequencies does the PD715Ex support?
The frequency range supported by the PD715Ex can vary depending on the specific model and configuration. It is available in different frequency bands, such as VHF (136-174 MHz) and UHF (400-470 MHz), to accommodate various operational needs.
What is the lone worker function?
The Lone Worker function on a radio is a safety feature that monitors the activity of individuals working alone in hazardous environments. If the user doesn’t respond within a specified time, an alarm is triggered to alert for potential issues or emergencies. It enhances worker safety by ensuring timely assistance and improving response in critical situations.
Can this device be used with analogue radios?
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