UHF Hybrid Walkie-Talkie
The Hytera PD565 UHF walkie-talkie allows you to communicate clearly, with both analogue and digital frequencies.
Ultimately protected from tough environments
Thanks to the IP54 rating and Military Standard 810, the Hytera PD565 is resistant to water splashes and dust, as well as shocks and vibrations. These characteristics of resistance make it an adequate communication tool for professionals in the education and hotel sector.
Providing excellent audio quality
Durable and lightweight, the PD565 offers excellent audio quality. It is equipped with the DMO function allowing you to have two lines of communication in a single frequency. The Hytera PD565 assigns an interval of time for urgent communications: communicate quickly in emergency situations.
This professional walkie talkie requires subscription to a license to be used. Professional licensed walkie-talkies allow you to communicate on private frequencies. They are granted by the Ministry of Telecommunications from which you must subscribe to an annual subscription.
Professional radios are programmed with the license assigned to you in UHF or VHF band according to your needs.
- Hybrid walkie-talkie
- Ergonomic design
- IP54 Rating
- MIL-STD-810 C / D / E / F / G
- DMO function
- SMS sending
- Preprogrammable voice messages
- 512 channels
- Frequency range VHF: 136-174MHz
- Channel spacing 25/20 / 12.5KHz
- License required
|Use||For everyday use|
|Water resistant||Water resistant|
|IP Rating||IP54 rating|
|Military standard||Confirmed to military standard|
|Standby time / Talk time||16 hours|
|Battery||1500 mAh (Li-Ion)|
- Hytera PD565 walkie-talkie
- 1500mAh battery (Li-Ion)
- Desktop charger + power supply
- Belt clip
- User manual
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