VHF DMR GPS Digtal Two Way Radio
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The X1P is a digital two way radio from Hytera. Built to IP67 Ingres protection this means that the radio is not only completely protected against dust intrusion, but also in protected against immersion in water of 1 meter in depth for up to 30 minutes. The X1P comes as standard with a 1400mAh Li-Ion battery, this allowing for up to 12 hours of talk time whilst in digital mode. A channel capacity of 1024 allows for sufficient communications between the work force, this divided in 256 zones meaning that the X1P is more than sufficient to support a medium to large sized business. Many safety features are present on the X1P, allowing for its use in a variety of working environments. Lone worker monitors levels of activity from the radio, with a pre-set time period should the radio become inactive for this period of time an alert will be sent to other radios within the fleet. The X1P is also capable of hands free communications, VOX Voice Activation allows users to communicate without activating the PTT button should it be required within the working environment. Quick Text allows for the radio to have 25 messages pre-programmed into the radio, ideal for communications that don’t necessarily require you to speak to another person verbally. 2 Programmable buttons allow for the customisation of the X1P should it be needed, this allowing for quick access of important functions within the workplace. Although packed full of functions the X1P is extremely easy to use, this due to its size and reduced thickness from previous models. This radio is also capable of being used with a wireless headset, collar and hand microphone.
What's in the box?
Dual-slot charging cradle
Power supply unit for charging cradle
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These radios will come supplied on UK General - Business Lite channels unless otherwise requested - You are responsible for obtaining your own operator's licence.