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04 September 2020
Hytera claims its “intelligent” PDC550 PoC (Push-to-Talk over Cellular) radio device combines broadband and narrowband communication in one device.
This radio enables seamless communication via public and private broadband radio networks (3G/4G/Wi-Fi) as well as DMR networks. It therefore offers a long range, diverse PMR functions and the use of customer-specific applications.
What’s more, Hytera says its PDC550 is characterised by convenient and simple operation and its handy and robust design.
In addition, the new PoC radio from Hytera has two powerful HD cameras on the front and back for image and video transmission. It’s a rugged device, too. The IP68 protection and complies with MIL-STD 810G, “making it ideal” for harsh environments. With its anti-slip coating on the side, the PDC550 rests comfortably and securely in your hand.
The radio also weighs just 375 grams including the battery, antenna and belt clip, making the PDC550 a very lightweight in its class.
The 5-inch HD multi-touch screen is equipped with Gorilla glass, making it particularly resistant to falls, while the display remains legible even in strong light, Hytera says.
The touch screen can be easily operated with gloves and even in adverse weather (e.g. rain).