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Hytera PD365 handheld transceiver 430-470Mhz Power 1 - 3 watts, DMR Tier II and analogue conventional mode

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Hytera PD365 digital handheld radio

Digital radio never looked so good

The PD355 excels through its stylish and compact design in smartphone format and
its intuitive operation. With a weight of only 160 g, it can be carried conveniently
even on long working days.

Support of analog and digital radio

The PD355 was developed in compliance with the ETSI mobile radio standard
Digital Mobile Radio (DMR). The handheld radio support the conventional DMR operation
and can also be operated in analog mode.

Integrated antenna design

The unique integrated antenna design enables excellent availability without a large
antenna on the handheld.

Affordable pricing

The radios of the PD3 series offer not only many functions, but also a quick, no-nonsense
start into digital mobile radio at a fair price.

Long battery service life

The lithium-ion batteries (2000 mAh) included in the delivery enable the PD355 to achieve an
operating time of at least 12 hours in digital mode, with a duty cycle of 5-5-90.

Additional functions (selection):

  • Selectable transmitting power: 1.5 W or 3 W
  • Analog signaling: CTCSS, CDCSS
  • Dust and water protection according to IP54
  • Shock and vibration resistance according to MIL-STD-810 C/D/E/F/G
  • DMR text messages with up to 64 characters
  • Four programmable keys
  • Charging and programming via Micro-USB interface
  • Scan function for analog and digital channels
  • Versatile voice calls: Individual call, group call and broadcast call on digital channels
  • Additional Information

    Delivery to parcel machine Yes
    SKU HYT421
    Choose brand Hytera
    Part number PD365U(w) 430-470M
    Type No
    Model No
    Suitable for radios No

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