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Hytera PT790 Ex

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The PT790 Ex is the first TETRA handheld radio worldwide with the highest intrinsically safe level "ia". Its robust design and its safety functions substantially increase the industrial safety of users in the oil and gas industry, mining industry or fire departments.

Maximum safety
As the first TETRA handheld radio throughout the world with "ia" approval, the PT790 Ex can be used in areas in which an explosive atmosphere containing a mix of air and combustible gases, vapors or mists are permanently present (Zone 0).

Robust & reliable
The PT790 Ex offers excellent features even under harsh operating conditions. The device is dust-proof and waterproof in accordance with IP67 degree of protection, withstanding submersion in 1 meter of water for a duration of up to 30 minutes. Furthermore, the PT790 Ex meets the requirements of the US MIL - STD - 810 F / G - standard.

Functions for industrial safety
To offer the maximum possible industrial safety, the PT790 Ex features a man down alarm sensor and an adjustable time alarm (lone worker). The standard equipment GNSS module receives positioning data via GPS, GLONASS and Beidou and can transfer these data for further analysis to the control room or an AVL dispatcher.

Immediate and direct TETRA communication
PT790 Ex provides rapid access to the TETRA radio network and to its services. It meets the regulations of the ETSI TETRA standard and is therefore compatible with infrastructures and terminals from various manufacturers.

Various functions
Besides voice and data communication, the PT790 Ex offers many additional functions: Encryption, programmable keys, etc. Moreover, the handheld radio includes a connection for expansions and accessories.

High-strength LCD protective cover
The high-strength LCD protective cover is extremely scratch-resistant and would even withstand being struck by a 1-kg hammer.

Countersunk screws
To minimize the possibility of a discharge at the belt clip, the screws for fastening the belt clip are countersunk. If the radio should ever be dropped, the screws will not touch the ground.

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