Hytera PD362i Pocket Sized Digital Two Way Radio
The Hytera PD362i is a small compact UHF two way radio capable of transmitting in both Analog and Digital. Equipped with 256 channels, the Hytera PD362i can be used in most any setting. The Hytera PD362i is a 3 Watt two way radio equipped with a 2000mAh Lithium Ion battery allowing for up to 12 hours of use between charges. You'll find the Hytera PD362i has been designed to meet rigorous Military Specifications for durability, water resistance, and dust intrusion. We think you'll love the size, outstanding audio quality easy to use function keys on the Hytera PD362i Digital Two Way Radio.
Key Features of the Hytera PD362i Pocket Sized Digital Two Way Radios Include:
- Custom Programmable to UHF frequencies
- 256 Channels with 16 Zones - Zones are used to group workers by Departments
- Meets IP54 and Mil Specs A, B, C, D, E, F, & G for Durability and Water Resistance
- Vox Capable
- Limited Text Messaging
- One to One, One to Many, and All Call Transmit Capabilities
- VOX Hands Free Operation
Your Hytera PD362i Pocket Sized Digital Two Way Radio Purchase Includes:
- 1 UHF Hytera PD362i Handset
- 1 2000 mAh Lithium Ion Battery
- 1 3 Hour Mini USB Charging Cord
- 1 Lanyard
- 1 Heavy Duty Belt Clip
We Educate .... You Decide if the Hytera PD362i is the Right Two Way Radio for You!
Will the Hytera PD362i work with our existing UHF two way radios? Yes, we can program your new Hytera PD362i two way radios to work with your existing fleet of walkie talkies. We would need to you send us one of your two way radios so we can read it and program the old and new units to work together.
Our existing two way radios are 4 watts and the PD362i is 3 watts, will this be a problem? Hytera is known for getting maximum range out of their two way radios. In our experience, you will not notice a difference in range when using a Hytera PD362i alongside a competitors 4 watt two way radio.
Do I have to replace all of our existing analog two way radios to start using Hytera PD362i walkie talkies? No, the PD362i works in both Analog and Digital modes seamlessly.