The General Xtreme is a DMR two way radio from Mitex. 32 channels allow for the radio to have 16 analogue and 16 digital channels to be programmed into the radio, ideal should your communications be in the process of migrating from analogue to digital. The General Xtreme has an Ingress protection rating of IP66, this meaning that the radio is completely protected against dust intrusion, whilst also being safeguarded against submersion in 1 meter of water for 30 minutes.
Suitable for harsher working environments, the General Xtreme remains compacted and easy to transport. Communications using the radio are received clearly due to the General Xtremes excellent sound quality, this ensuring that messages are heard first time. Supplied as standard with a 1500mAh Li-Ion battery, this will allow for the radio to be used over extended periods of time, with enough power to comfortably cover shift operation.
The General Xtreme has many features that expand its communications capabilities. A battery saver will allow the user to lengthen the radios life should they be working for an extended shift, this alongside a battery alert that will sound to notify the user when the battery level becomes low. The General Xtreme comes as standard with a battery, antenna, belt-clip and charger.
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.