Hytera PD565

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  • Features Include

    • Small, Sleek and Light
    • Ergonomic Design
    • Analogue and Digital Operation
    • Rugged and Reliable
    • Compact Antenna
    • Sharp Audio
    • Long Battery Life
    • One Touch Call/Text
    • Secure Communication
    • Efficient Emergency Communications
    • 2-slot Communication
    • Advanced Signalling Modes

    • Radio
    • Li-Ion Battery
    • Belt Clip
    • Leather Strap
    • Rapid Rate
    • User Guide
Radio Type Portable, Analogue & Digital
Weight (Grams) 280
Power Output (W) 1.0 - 4.0 (UHF); 1.00 - 5.0 (VHF)
Frequency (MHz) 400 - 470 (UHF); 136 - 174 (VHF)
Channel Capacity 512
Battery (mAh) 2000 (Li-Ion)
Battery Life (Hours) 16 Hours (Digital); 11 Hours (Analogue)

More information

The advanced PD565 offers an economical transition from analogue to digital technology. Although light and robust, this radio can communicate across large sites at the touch of a button. Ergonomically designed (with a bright display), the multi-channelled PD565 is easy to use, even in challenging conditions. Its reliability making it ideal for challenging work environments.

For instance, effective use of frequency resources means hotel staff are able to cope with heavy communication traffic, crucial in emergencies. Even though the PD565 is compact, teaching staff can keep in touch on expansive school sites or university campuses. Encryption facilities ensure the conversations of security teams remain private in dense areas. And managers of crowded shopping malls need the high-clarity audio to pierce the incessant noise levels. Also, the hardy battery keeps going during long working days, without any need to recharge.

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