The Hytera PD755 walkie-talkies are hybrid, they work in both digital and analogue mode. Its easy-to-use design paired with advanced communication features, make this a great communication tool for business use.
Stay connected anytime, anywhere
These DMR handheld radios are ideal for improving communications. With excellent voice quality and diverse applications, conduct clear conversations with those on the other line.
Equipped with a PTT button and VOX, communicate at ease. The Hytera PD755G version has GPS and "mandown" function.
Protection from the harshest environments
Thanks to the IP67 rating and Military Standard 810, the Hytera PD755 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.
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.
- Up to 1024 channels
- Scan of channels in mixed mode
- IP67 Rating
- Military Standard 810G
- Mandown function
- Digital voice call function
- Digital text message function
- DMR services (remote monitor, lone worker, radio disable)
- 5 tones
- Vibration alert
|Use||For intensive use|
|ATEX certified||Without ATEX certification|
|Water resistant||Water resistant|
|IP Rating||IP67 rating|
|Military standard||Confirmed to military standard|
|Channels - Sub-channels - Codes||1024|
|VOX/iVOX hands free||Without earpiece|
|Battery||2000 mAh (lithium-ion battery)|
|Vibrate function||With vibrate function|
|Size||125 x 55 x 35 mm|
- Hytera PD755 walkie-talkie
- Lithium-ion battery (2000mAh)
- MCU Single unit charger
- Switching power adapter
- UHF antenna
- Leather strap
- Belt clip
- User manual
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