PD415

PD415

The PD415 DMR handheld radio gives you conventional DMR radio and an integrated RFID reader. As part of the Hytera Patrol System it is the ideal radio for security personnel who patrol complex buildings. The PD415 is particularly enduring and achieves with the rechargeable battery supplied operation times of up to remarkable 16 hours in digital mode.

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Product Description

Integrated RFID reader

With the integrated RFID reader, the PD415 can read information from an RFID tag and transmit this information automatically by radio. In this way the radio supports the Hytera Patrol System.

Patrol System with the PD415

The Hytera Patrol System is a patrol system for the management of patrol information. With the aid of this solution the positions of the security personnel can be monitored in real-time on a digital map in a control room. The patrol system is ideally suited to security solutions for large department stores, industrial facilities, warehouses or hotels.

Impressive voice quality

With its embedded digital technology the PD415 produces outstanding voice quality even in noisy environments and at the outer perimeter of radio coverage.

Improved utilization of the frequency spectrum

Thanks to the TDMA process, the PD415 enables you to configure the available bandwidth with double the number of channels compared to the conventional analog radio. This has a clear mitigating effect on increasing spectrum scarcity.

Mixed analog and digital channel

This function ensures that the PD415 can detect analog and digital signals and change automatically to the relevant operating mode.

Robust

The PD415 handheld radio is dust and water-resistant according to IP54, and meets the US military standard MIL-STD-810 C/D/E/F/G.

Long battery service life

With its battery service life of up to 16 hours in digital mode, the PD415 shows stamina and is therefore reliable even when deployed for long periods.

Digital encryption (optional)

Basic encryption without using algorithms improves immunity to eavesdropping.

Automatic cell re-selection (roaming) in IP multi-site systems (optional)