Rugged and reliable digital communication solutions with advanced protection against water and dirt.
At sea ports, dependable communications are needed to keep workers in constant contact and also make them more efficient and capable to urgently respond to critical situations while on the job. A sea ports dock workers, engineering, and administrative personnel require light-weight but rugged radios that are capable of lasting a full day’s shift while minimizing dead spots by providing thorough in-building and outdoor coverage throughout multiple areas.
All workers at sea ports need to be efficient and have the ability to respond to pressing situations as quickly as possible. By providing clear digital voice communications, data messages and integration into popular fleet management software suites, the PD7 and PD6 Series allows them to manage their entire staff efficiently. The PD7 Series has a high capacity battery, vibration and an emergency button, while the PD6 Series has a slim design that makes carrying and operating a radio easy and unobtrusive during daily usage. The IP67 rating for the PD6 and PD7 series, ensure that a radio can be immersed in water and continue to operate without an issue. Hytera’s wide variety of accessories including heavy-duty earmuffs, as well as covert and Bluetooth earpieces allow for workers to easily communicate effectively in noisy environments. The long-lasting high capacity batteries ensure usage for multiple shifts when needed. Also available are repeaters to extend coverage for larger areas with multiple sites. Hytera has a customizable radio solution for any sea ports looking to migrate to clear digital communications.
IP67-rated radios ensure advanced protection against water and dirt
A variety of covert, Bluetooth and heavy duty earpieces as well as large displays for messages allow for communication in noisy environments
High capacity batteries allow for radio usage during multiple shifts if needed
Repeaters can be used to extend range and connect multiple sites
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