The RD625 is a digital repeater from Hytera. An entry tier repeater, the RD625 is compact in size meaning it is ideal for quick installation and programming. With the ability to be wall mounted it is designed specifically to provide reliable radio coverage in buildings and large sites, operating in both analogue and digital mode in order to improve the range of your communications.
Mixed mode operation allows for the RD625 to automatically detect the signal it is receiving, switching between both analogue and digital automatically. Alongside the mixed mode operation, a priority scan function will switch transmission in order to receive and deliver a priority call, as well as a 40-bit enhanced encryption as standard on latest firmware ensuring that transmissions between users are always secure.
The RD625 is built to IP54 standards which means it has a limited Ingres protection against dust, whilst also being safeguarded against splashes of water from all angles. A channel capacity of 16 allows for sufficient communications between a variety of teams, whilst flexible networking means that the RD625 can be connected to an IP-Based communication network, this allowing radios across numerous service locations to communicate across both voice and data services.
Ofcom Licence Options
All licensed radios require a licence issued by Ofcom. Radiotronics can facilitate that and make the application on your behalf. Below are the licence options.
|Ofcom Licence Options|
|Security / Construction
||Hospitality / Bars etc.
|£75 for 5 years
||£75 for 5 years
||£75 for 5 years
|3 shared assigned channels that can be used anywhere in the UK. Any of our handheld two way radios can be programmed to SImple UK.
||Up to 15 shared channels that can only be used at your premises. Any of our handheld two way radios can be programmed to SImple Site.
||Up to 15 shared channels that can be used for rental companies anywhere in the UK.
||Unique channels technically assigned only to you. Used for repeater based systems.
A note on licensed frequencies. The Ofcom licence you hold or buy denotes the frequency your radios will operate on. If you already have some radios and you would like your new radios programmed the work together, please select technically assigned, and email us your ofcom licence details to firstname.lastname@example.org
. If in doubt, please call us on 01425 533 533.