Hytera PD705G

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  • Features Include

    • GPS Positioning
    • Ergonomic Design
    • Analogue and Digital
    • Durable and Reliable
    • Tri-colour Status LED
    • Long Battery Life
    • Superior Audio
    • Vibrate
    • Higher Channel Capacity
    • Secure Communication
    • Private Call, Group Call and All Call
    • Lone Worker/Man Down

    • Radio
    • Li-Ion Battery
    • Belt Clip
    • Nylon Strap
    • Single Charger
    • User Guide
Weight (Grams) 355
Power Output (W) 1.0 - 4.0 (UHF); 1.00 - 5.0 (VHF)
Frequency (MHz) 350 - 400 (UHF 3); 400 - 470 (UHF 1); 136 - 174 (VHF)
Number of Channels 32
Battery Type Lithium Ion
Battery Life Digital (Hours) 15.5 Hours (Digital)
Battery Life Analogue (Hours) 8.5 Hours (Analogue)

More information

The Hytera PD705G is the GPS-compatible version of this popular business radio. This radio packs in all the powerful features of the PD705 with the additional benefits of GPS location technology. The radio can lock on to a satellite within 10 seconds from a hot start, and is accurate to a range of around 10 metres or less.

This radio offers all the benefits of superb digital technology, with the option of mixed mode usage for conversation with analogue radio users. Additionally, it can be used to place individual, group, all call and emergency calls providing total flexibility, and the radio features voice optimisation technology for complete clarity.

The Hytera PD705G is IP67 rated, meaning it can survive being immersed in water for short periods, and will resist dust ingress. With its compact, ergonomic shape and ease of operation, it’s a valuable asset for any business that requires durability and high performance.

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