Radio ATEX DT885
- 99 Channels, 8 Zones
- IP68 submersible (2m, 4 hours)
- Construction MILSTD 810C/D/E/F/G
- High capacity Li-Ion battery
- Multi-Channel Zones
- Exceptionally loud and best clarity sound - in class
- 2 simplex slots
- Several reception groups
- chatty alias
- Lone-Worker & Man-Down
- personal attack button
- group call
- Individual call
- Caller ID
- Detailed information or large information display - programmable
Environmental protection - IP68 (2 meters for 4 hours)Entel's radios are approved for construction rated IP68 (2 meters for 4 hours), which means they are dust protected and fully submersible (even with the accessory cover removed).
MILSTD 810C/D/E/F/G- Meet MIL-STD 810C/D/E/F/G and provide commercial-grade construction for tough, long-lasting performance. Entel's radios conform to strict standards, enabling them to withstand the daily rigors of shock, vibration and the corrosive effects of dust and moisture, ensuring many years of trouble-free use.
Outstanding Audio -Entel's radios deliver best-in-class performance with natural-sounding digital audio.
Li-Ion battery technology and improved talk time -Entel's radios come with the latest high capacity intelligent lithium-ion battery technology as standard. One of the main advantages of lithium-ion battery technology is the way it eliminates the "memory effect", which means that you don't have to fully discharge your battery before recharging it. . As a result, you are assured of a full charge each time you remove your Entel battery from its charger.
High contrast white on black OLED display- Entel's radios benefit from a high contrast white on black OLED display that provides superior readability in varying lighting conditions, adding to the radios intuitive user interface.
Motorola-compatible TDMA two-slot direct mode (aka "Two Slot Simplex") -The DMR digital standard splits a single 12.5 Khz analog channel into two separate channels, doubling the number of channels available to the radio user. Two-slot operation is normally only possible when a DMR repeater is included in the system. However, Entel DMR radios overcome this restriction on Simplex and DMR446 channels, so both channels (slots) are always available to the user regardless of channel type.
Multi-Channel Zones- Entel radios support 8 channel zones with up to 99 channels per zone. Zones can be used to store channels for use across different sites, user groups, etc.
Receive text messages -Entel's radios are able to receive DMRA compliant text messages from other devices including but not limited to alarm panels, PC dispatchers, other radios, etc. .
Emergency button -By pressing the emergency button, the radio will instantly send an alarm call to other radios and sound a local alarm. When receiving display models, the radios unique ID/alias is also displayed.
Lone-Worker Alarm - The AlarmEntel's Lone-Worker is designed to protect lone workers. The radios Lone-Worker timer verifies 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 further alerts nearby non-radio users to the emergency. If someone falls and becomes unconscious, the optional Man-Down sensor can automatically send an alarm. When receiving display models, the radios unique ID/alias is also displayed.
Man-down alarm -Entel's Man-Down Alarm is also designed to protect lone workers. If someone falls and becomes unconscious, the Man-Down sensor automatically sends an alarm. call one or more radios. The local alarm further alerts nearby non-radio users to the emergency. When receiving display models, the radios unique ID/alias is also displayed.
256-bit AES encryption -Entel will include this highest form of encryption as standard in its radios.
128-bit AES encryption -Entel will include 128-bit AES encryption as standard in its radios.
ARC 4 40-bit encryption -Entel will include ARC 4 encryption as standard in its radios.
Individual call -As he suggests, this allows you to have a 1-2-1 call where only you and the person you called are part of the conversation. You have the option of ringing the radio and waiting for the person to answer or making an instant call without ringing first.
Group calls -This is the most popular form of two-way radio calling, it allows you to instantly address two or more radios at once. One or more groups can be programmed into your radios, allowing multiple groups of users.
Multiple reception groups -This allows you to monitor two or more groups, for example, a manager should monitor the cleaning and maintenance groups he manages.
Caller ID -It's like a cell phone, displaying the number or alias of the radio, eg. "Bob", "Security Hut", "Reception", etc.
Talker Alias -Most radios require you to have an up-to-date contact list, just like your phone, to show who is calling/speaking. With Entel's Talker Alias feature, the radios alias is transmitted as text to the receiving radio(s) so it is always displayed (without having to reprogram each radio contact list every 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 functionality you require.
Gold-plated accessory connector- The radios multi-pin interface and Micro-USB socket are both submersible and gold plated to minimize any risk of damage and protect against corrosion.
Locking accessory connector- All Entel accessories incorporate a rugged locking connector and the radio accessory socket has been specially designed so that when an accessory is attached to the wearable, the connection can withstand any amount of punishment; from dropping to careless use.
Audio adaptation of accessories- Entel's radios identify the attached accessory and automatically adjust its settings ensuring the most natural and readable audio possible is delivered even with bone-conducting accessories and breathing apparatus com kits .
End User Programmer -Entel adds and improves the functionality of its DX400 radios through free software updates. Using Entel's innovative End User Programmer Application, Entel DX400 radios can be easily upgraded without the dealer having to visit the site or send the radios back and forth, allowing save a lot of time and expense.
Scan-Scan causes the radio to automatically change channels for you to search for activity, when received the radio will stop on the channel until the transmission is complete. You can answer or let the radio resume scanning.
Voice Annunciation -This programmable feature announces either the selected channel position or, in the case of marine models, the marine channel number (alias) - this gives added assurance to the user that they have selected the correct channel allowing them to focus on the task at hand.
All calls -This is the ability to call all the radios in the chain at once. This is especially useful when making important announcements such as an emergency security evacuation call, etc.
Forward text messages -Entel's DMR radios are capable of sending predefined (canned) text messages to other DMR radios that support the industry standard DMRA protocol.
Programmable switch logo -As a personal touch, it is possible to upload your customers' own logo to Entel display radios to be displayed when the radio starts up.
Contact list search function -With larger systems finding the contact you want to call can be time consuming, adding a contact list search feature will greatly help in locating the contact you are looking for.
- ATEX IIA
- Degree of protection
- Power supply
- 7.4 V
- 400 - 470MHz
- CNB950EV2 1800mAh Lithium-Ion
- 138mm x 60mm x 38mm