After receiving a recommendation from a client of Reliable Two-Way, the local Hytera dealer, administrators at Palmer Trinity School decided to switch to Hytera PD562 DMR portable radios. The radios provide enhanced performance and are equipped with features suited to both emergency situations, as well as day-to-operations.
The Hytera system includes patented Extended Pseudo Trunking (XPT) technology which maximizes the channel usage and allows multiple groups to talk at the same time. The high capacity Li-Ion battery provides extended battery life which can last a full work day.
One-Touch Text or Call
Supports One Touch features that include Pre-programmed Text Messages, Voice Calls and Supplementary Features.
To secure communications throughout the Hytera DMR system, the customer has a choice to use the standard Hytera encryption of up to 256 bits, DMR Association's algorithm ARC4 (40 bit).
Excellent Voice Transmission
Outstanding audio quality in loud environments and in boundary regions of the radio coverage, thus extending the range for clear communications.
Smaller, Sleeker, Lighter
The PD562 is 4.53 x 2.13 x 1.18 inches and weighs less than 10 ounces. The PD5 Series has dual-color injection molding.
The virtual trunking feature allocates a free timeslot for urgent communications. This effectively enhances frequency efficiency and allows you to communicate in a timely manner in emergency situations.
In digital mode, the PD5 Series can operate for approximately 16 hours under a duty cycle of 5-5-90.
Reliable & Rugged
Complies with MIL-STD-810 C/D/E/F/G standards and is IP54 (5: Generally protected against dust; 4: Protected against the effects of light rain or minor water splashes) ensuring outstanding performance.
The PD562 radios are being used by all crisis management, administration, and security personnel within the school, creating a safer, more secure environment for students,staff, and visitors at Palmer Trinity. The school's initial purchase of 34 radios will be supplemented with 10 additional units within the year.
School administrators have implemented daily mandatory communication and utilization protocols, with all technology and facilities personnel using the radios as part of the daily operations. The PD562s are used for simulation purposes and real-life scenarios (i.e. fire drills and lockdowns). All visitors to the school are reported via the radios, and school nurses are required to have a radio with them at all times.