Hytera (HYT) TR50 VHF Repeater
The HYT TR-50 VHF Repeater is a compact 5 watt repeater which is ideal for small sites or where the base station will be located on a desk as the base can have a microphone plugged in for local use. Chassis is easily assembled and disassembled. Easy to use anywhere, fully portable and robust. It is ideal for security, construction, healthcare, leisure venues, agriculture and more.
The Hytera RD625 repeater is a digital repeater designed specifically to provide reliable radio coverage in buildings and tunnels. The Hytera RD625 repeater has been developed in accordance with the Digital Mobile Radio (DMR) open ETSI standard and can be operated in digital or analogue mode. The device can automatically change between digital and analog mode depending on the type of receiver signal, saving both time and money by eliminating the need to configure frequencies and channels manually.
Package contains: repeater body, power cord, user manual.
Models: RD625U (UHF 400-470Mhz, power 1-25 watts, DMR Tier II and analogue conventional mode), RD625V (VHF 136-174Mhz, power 1-25 watts, DMR tier II and analogue conventional mode).
The Hytera RD965 fully complies with the standards MIL-STD-810 C/D/E/F/G and conforms to the IP67 degree of protection, ensuring exceptional performance even in harsh conditions. This repeater can be used in a number of applications, it can be mounted on tables and walls to provide mobile radio coverage within a building, installed in a mobile case or rack for emergency communication, or carried on your back for outdoor use. The main features include user friendly control panel, GPS, optional 10Ah Li-Ion battery offering at least 8 hours on a 50% duty cycle at high TX power, supports up to 16 channels, flexible networking and upgradeable software.
Package contains: repeater body, power cord, adapter, user manual.
Models: RD965V (VHF 136-174Mhz, power 1-10 watts, conventional digital and analogue modes), RD965U (UHF 400-470Mhz, power 1-10 watts, conventional digital and analogue modes).