Hytera two-way radios combine a rich heritage of reliability and performance with
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Combining multiple narrowband technologies such as DMR, PDT, TETRA with broadband
technologies such as 3G/LTE and WLAN, Hytera offers a convergent communication solution
delivering a wide range of end to end services such as audio, data, and video.
Hytera has developed a series of body-worn cameras, from traditional types to models
with 4G/LTE capability, and launched a comprehensive solution including the body camera,
docking station and evidence management software.
Hytera offers customizable satellite components, portable terminals, maritime solutions,
and networks for remote applications. Enable seamless transmission of data, audio,
and video in challenging environments.
Hytera specializes in diverse chassis options and customized compartments to meet
unique customer needs. We also customize power supply, heat dissipation, damping,
and other communication equipment systems, along with temperature control, ventilation,
lighting, and operator-friendly furniture.
Hytera provides a set of safe and reliable intelligent solution schemes for accessories,
including intelligent battery, communication power supply and all kinds of audio accessories,
etc., which could match with the intelligent terminal.
Next Generation Critical Communications ensure reliable mission-critical frontline
communications for Emergency Services, ensuring public safety, law enforcement, protection
of life and property, and effective response to health events.
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There is no denying the importance of communication in an emergency. Firefighters and commanders at the scene of the fire sometimes have no visual contact, and all communication needs to be made through voice. When lives are at stake and every second counts, a reliable radio can help mitigate damage from fire by enabling crews to work together. Radios for firefighters enable you to communicate loud and clear during an emergency. It would be best if you had a radio that withstands water, rain, extreme heat, and is intrinsically safe in hazardous gas/dust environment. That's why reliable, interoperable, rugged, and intrinsically safe handheld radios are essential for firefighters in every department, regardless of size.
HP78X UL913 Intrinsically Safe DMR Portable Two-way Radio for Firefighters
Hytera HP78X UL913 is a brand new Intrinsically Safe DMR Portable Two-way Radio. It represents the future in style and functions that refresh the standards in digital radio, providing more efficient and more reliable communication with loud and clear audio, powerful battery, remarkable portability, and ruggedness. The radio is ideal for firefighters in hazardous environments with potentially explosive gases or flammable dust.
The fire site often produces a lot of smoke, dust, and even explosive and poisonous gas, which makes communications during fire rescue a big risk. Hytera HP78X UL913 intrinsic safety radio is designed to the requirement of USA UL913, Canada CSA, and TIA4950 standards. The radio can work safely in hazardous environments where explosive gases and dust particles are present. It also complies with MIL-STD-810G and IP68 Dust & Water Protection Rating, which ensures its best performance even in the harshest conditions and environments.
HP78X UL913 has improved sensitivity and extended conventional coverage, allowing the setup of each call, the delivery of each message, and the report of each location in every moment that matters. The increased coverage also improves user security cost-effectively.
Crystal Clear Audio
Fire rescue scenes are often noisy, chaotic situations. Still, firefighters and commanders must be able to hear each other at all times because the information they share via voice is truly life-or-death.
HP78X UL913 has AI-based noise cancellation technology to filter unwanted background noise, delivering louder and clearer audio in background noise conditions, which was never possible before. At the same time, the radio is equipped with an optimized high-power speaker, which can help firefighters hear clearly in noisy fire spots.
Easy to Use
Firefighters work around the clock in all weather and often need to wear thick gloves to protect their hands.
HP78X UL913 intrinsically safe digital radio has a tactile PTT button and a large emergency button for blind operations in challenging environments, allowing firefighters to summon help from their companions or control centers in case of emergency as soon as possible.
Multiple Safety Features
Besides versatile productivity functionalities, HP78X UL913 adopts workplace safety features to ensure firefighters' safety in the hazard zone.
HP78X UL913 supports optional digital mode Lone Worker, Man Down, and Emergency Button with call interrupt as programmable features. When a firefighter falls, the radio can automatically alert others. The emergency function will be triggered automatically when there is no operation on the terminal within the predefined period.
Hytera Solutions for Fire and Rescue
Hytera provides integrated emergency communication solutions for firefighting. When a fire breaks out, this solution helps to ensure on-site voice communication and establish an on-site command and control center.
Tall Buildings Firefighting
High-rise fires are unpredictable and can only be avoided by responding quickly and minimizing casualties. Infrastructure may also be damaged, leaving no communication network. Therefore, there is an urgent need to build a temporary communication network for firefighters to communicate with field commanders and quickly send valuable multimedia information to the command center. When a fire breaks out, firefighters can carry and deploy Hytera digital wireless ad-hoc repeater E-pack according to the situation on the spot to ensure signal coverage and radio interconnection to form a unified voice communication network. In urban high-rise fire rescue scenarios, three or four E-pack devices can ensure voice network coverage in the ground area. In addition to ensuring narrowband voice communication, on-site rescuers can carry broadband network equipment iMesh to deploy on-site broadband transmission links.
Usually, high-rise buildings have concrete structures underground, which seriously block network signals on the ground. Firefighters can deploy an E-pack at the underground entrance to ensure network coverage in the undercover area. The E-pack can be wirelessly connected with the E-pack deployed on the first floor, providing voice communication in the above-ground and underground regions through the same network.
In natural disasters such as forest fires, search and rescue operations and disaster recovery require firefighters and rescue services to be deployed quickly and often over large geographic areas in rugged terrain. This can cause practical problems in achieving adequate radio coverage. In this case, firefighters can quickly carry and deploy Hytera E-pack devices to form an on-site temporary emergency communication network, thereby realizing timely voice communication. In addition, broadband links are provided through Hytera iMesh devices to transmit live images and videos in real-time. Both voice and video data can be transmitted to the on-site dispatch console E-center. Then E-center can send information to the remote command center to help the general commander grasp the progress of on-site firefighting.