Radio ATEX DT985U
- 99 Channels, 8 Zones
- Submersible IP68 (2 m, 4 hours)
- MILSTD 810C/D/E/F/G
- High capacity Li-Ion battery
- Multi-channel zones
- Exceptionally strong and better sound of clarity - in class
- 2 simplex slots
- Several reception groups
- Alias de bavard
- Lone-Worker & Man-Down
- Personal attack button
- Group call
- Individual appeal
- Caller ID
- Detailed information or great information on display - programmable
- Security policy
- Delivery policy
Environmental protection - IP68 (2 meters for 4 hours)Entel radios are approved for construction classified IP68 (2 meters for 4 hours), which means they are protected against dust and completely submersible (even with the cover of the removed accessory).
MILSTD 810C/D/E/F/G- Meet MIL-STD 810C/D/E/F/G and provide commercial quality construction for challenging and sustainable performance. Entel's radios comply with strict standards, which allows them to resist the daily rigors of shocks, vibrations and corrosive effects of dust and humidity, thus ensuring many years of use without problems.
Exceptional audio -Entel's radios offer the best performance in their category with a natural sound digital.
Li-Ion battery technology and improved conversation time -Entel's radios are provided with the latest high-capacity smart lithium-ion battery technology in standard. One of the main advantages of lithium-ion battery technology is how it eliminates the "memory effect", which means that it is not necessary to completely unload your battery before charging it. As a result, you are insured with a full charge each time you remove your Entel battery from its charger.
High contrast white on black OLED screen- Entel's radios have a high contrast white on the black OLED screen that offers superior readability in variable lighting conditions, adding to the intuitive radio user interface.
Direct mode with two Motorola compatible TDMA slots (alias "Two Slot Simplex") -The DMR digital standard divides a single analog channel of 12.5 Khz into two separate channels, thus doubling the number of channels available for the radio user. The two-site operation is normally only possible when a DMR repeater is included in the system. However, Entel DMR radios surmount this restriction on Simplex and DMR446, so that both channels (slots) are always available to the user regardless of the channel type.
Multi-channel zones- Entel radios support 8 channel zones with up to 99 channels per area. Areas can be used to store channels to use on different sites, user groups, etc.
Receive text messages -Entel radios are able to receive DMRA-compliant text messages from other devices, including, but not limited to, alarm panels, PC spreaders, other radios, etc.
Emergency button -By pressing the emergency button, the radio will instantly send an alarm call to other radios and ring a local alarm. When receiving the display templates, the unique ID / alias of the radios is also displayed.
Alarm Lone-Worker - The AlarmLone-Worker d'Entel is designed to protect solitary workers. The Lone-Worker radio timer checks that the radio user is OK; if no response is received, the radio will automatically send an alarm call to one or more other radios. The local alarm also alerts non-radio users near the emergency. If someone falls and becomes unconscious, the optional Man-Down sensor can automatically send an alarm. When receiving the display templates, the unique ID / alias of the radios is also displayed.
Alarm Man-Down -Entel's Man-Down alarm is also designed to protect isolated workers. If someone falls and becomes unconscious, the Man-Down sensor automatically sends an alarm. call one or more radios. The local alarm also alerts non-radio users near the emergency. When receiving the display templates, the unique ID / alias of the radios is also displayed.
Cryptage AES 256 bits -Entel will include this form of the highest standard encryption in its radios.
Cryptage AES 128 bits -Entel will include 128-bit AES encryption in standard in its radios.
Crypting ARC 4 40 bits -Entel will include standard ARC 4 encryption in its radios.
Individual appeal -As he suggests, this allows you to have a 1-2-1 call where only you and the person you called are in part of the conversation. You have the opportunity to sound the radio and wait for the person to respond or to make an instant call without ringing in advance.
Group calls -This is the most popular two-way radio call form, allowing you to instantly address two or more radios at a time. One or more groups can be programmed in your radios, allowing several groups of users.
Multiple reception groups -This allows you to monitor two or more groups, for example, a manager must monitor the cleaning and maintenance groups it manages.
Caller identification -It's like a cell phone, displaying the radio number or alias, for example. "Bob", "Security Hut", "Reception", etc.
Talker Alias -Most radios require you to have a list of contacts up-to-date, just like your phone, to show who calls/speaks. With the Intel Talker Alias function, the alias of the radios is transmitted in the form of text to the receiving radio(s), so that it is always displayed (without having to reprogram each list of radio contacts each time you add radios to the system).
Programmable display user interface -Entel radios can be programmed with three display user interface options: Basic, Simple & Advanced offering a simple and easy-to-read display on a fully informative display.
Programmable buttons- To ensure that your Entel radio meets your exact needs, its buttons can be programmed with the exact features you need.
Gold plated accessory connector- The multi-brush interface of radios and the Micro-USB plug are both submersible and gold-plated to minimize any risk of damage and protect against corrosion.
Locking accessory connector- All Entel accessories incorporate a robust locking connector and the radio accessory plug has been specially designed so that when an accessory is attached to the laptop, the connection can withstand any amount of punishment; from fall to use neglected.
Audio adaptation of accessories- Entel's radios identify the attached accessory and automatically adjust its parameters by ensuring that the most natural and legible audio is delivered even with bone-driving accessories and kits made of breathing apparatus.
End-user programmer -Entel adds and improves the functionality of its DX400 radios through free software updates. Using the innovative Intel End User Programr application, Entel DX400 radios can be easily upgraded without the dealer having to visit the site or send the radios back, which saves a lot of time and expenses.
Scan -Scan ensures that the radio automatically changes channel for you looking for the activity, when it is received, the radio will stop on the channel until the transmission is completed. You can answer or let the radio resume scanning.
Voice -This programmable function announces either the position of the selected channel, or, in the case of marine models, the marine channel number (alias) - it gives additional assurance to the user that it has selected the correct channel allowing it to focus on the current task.
All calls -This is the possibility of calling all the radios in the chain at a time. This is particularly useful when you make important announcements such as an emergency security evacuation call, etc.
Transmit text messages -Entel DMR radios are able to send predefined text messages (in box) to other DMR radios that support the industry standard DMRA protocol.
Programmable Switching Logo -As a personal touch, it is possible to download your customers' own logo on display radios Entel to be displayed when the radio starts.
Search function of contact list -with larger systems to find the contact you want to call can take time, adding a contact list search function will greatly help to locate the contact you are looking for.
- ATEX IIA
- Degree of protection
- Power supply
- 7.4 V
- 450 - 520MHz
- CNB950EV2 1800mAh Lithium-Ion
- 138mm x 60mm x 38mm