VHF Analogue & DMR Digital Handportable
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The TP9361 is a ATEX digital two way radio from Tait. Available for both UHF and VHF frequencies, the TP9361 can be used in a variety of working environments, although more specifically design for dangerous working conditions. The TP9361 has an Ingres Protection rating of IP67 meaning that the radio is completely safeguarded against dust intrusion, this whilst also being safeguarded against submersion in water up to 1 meter deep for 30 minutes. A channel capacity of 2000 allows for the Tait TP9361 to be a more than sufficient communication option for a large-scale organization, group calling allowing for workers to be separated into teams to avoid irrelevant traffic. Crystal clear audio ensures messages are heard first time every time, whilst a full alphanumeric keypad allows for text messaging and status calls to enhance your communications. An LCD display is also present on the front of the TP9361, allowing users to view their channel, zone and other information such as battery life. Coming as standard with a 2300mAh Li-Ion battery, this will allow for the TP9361 to be used for up to 15 hours whilst in DMR mode. Safety features such as Lone Worker and Man Down are present, this allowing for users to be found quickly and effectively should they be inactive for a pre-set period of time, especially when paired with a system capable of GPS location tracking. Other connectivity features of the radio include Bluetooth wireless technology, whilst also being able to roam between DMR and MPT networks. Tait DMR is a highly reliable, modern, digital radio solution that is designed for mission critical environments. Tait DMR offers a digital communications solution based on the DMR Tier 3 trunking standard.
What's in the box?
Tait TP9361 EX - VHF (NEW)
These radios will come supplied on UK General - Business Lite channels unless otherwise requested - You are responsible for obtaining your own operator's licence.