PD502
Digital Portable Radio
PD-502

 

The PD5 Series is an open-standard DMR radio capable of providing quality voice communication in a design approved to IP54 and MIL-STD 810 testing. The Hytera-patented pseudotrunking maximizes channel usage and the long lasting battery life yields approximately 16 hours under a 5-5-90 duty cycle in digital mode. The PD5 Series is the ideal solution for organizations looking for a cost-effective way to migrate to clear digital communication.

Features
Pseudo Trunk
This 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. 
DMO True 2-Slot
In direct mode Hytera can provide 2-slot communication, which allows for 2 talk paths on 1 frequency. 
Smaller, Sleeker, Lighter
The PD502 is 4.53 x 2.13 x 1.06 inches, weighing 9.7oz. The PD562 is 4.53 x 2.13 x 1.18 inches, weighing 9.9oz. The PD5 Series has dual- color injection molding.
Long Battery Life
In digital mode, the PD5 Series can operate for approximately 16 hours under a duty cycle of  5-5-90.
Rugged & Reliable
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.
Advanced Signaling
Supports multiple advanced analog signaling modes, including HDC1200, 2-Tone and 5-Tone, providing better integration into existing analog radio fleets.
Secure Communication
Provides basic digital encryption and Scrambler feature in analog mode.
DMRA Data Service
The data protocol is fully compliant to the DMRA standard.
One Touch Call/Text
Supports One Touch features that include Preprogrammed Text Messages, Voice Calls and Supplementary Features.
Supplementary Features (Optional License Upgrade)
The PD5 Series can decode radio enable, radio disable, and remoter monitor, as well as Priority Interrupt.
Dual Mode: Analog & Digital
Dual modes operation allows the programming of both analog to digital migration.