The Hytera PD412 is a compact and rugged two-way digital patrol radio with an embedded RFID chip to enable it to read information from an RFID tag and send the information out by radio. The patrol software enables the user to run reports on individual IDs, the radio or on each checkpoint effectively turning the PD412 into a combination radio and attendance verification system.
The PD412 features analog and DMR (Digital Mobile Radio) mixed channel modes and is compliant with MIL-STD-810 C/D/E/F/G standards which basically means that this radio will survive pretty much anything the US army might throw at it. In digital mode, its battery operates for at least 16 h under a duty cycle of 5-5-90 @1500 mAh. The unit is only 112 x 55 x 31 mm and weighs 270 g.
The unit also features preprogrammed text messages, one-touch call/text and VOX or voice activated mode. The PD412also features a development port for radio and RFID enabling third-party partners to further develop other helpful applications to extend the radio’s RFID functionalities via a Hytera Application Programming Interface (API).
With so many features and so much value packed into one small unit, it is hard to see how anyone looking for a mobile comms solution for security could possibly go past the Hytera PD412 Digital Patrol Radio.
For more information visit www.hytera.com.au