Hytera BD505LF Digital Six Pack with Single Chargers
The Hytera BD505LF six pack is a digital licence-free radio with ergonomic design and solid build. Ideal for teams, it is popular with retail, hospitality, leisure and events users, BD505LF is a lightweight two-way radio which also feels rugged in-hand.
BD505LF allows users to experience digital push-to-talk but works on the licence-free PMR446 frequency – ideal for users who need clear, reliable communication without the need to step up to a licenced system. It also boasts a full range of compatible accessories so that users can tailor their communication experience to their specific needs.
Hytera BD505LF Six Pack Feature Overview
With its innovative design, the BD505LF has better performance than analogue radios. Due to excellent reception sensitivity, the communications range is further extended. The BD505LF DMR digital radio offers good performance and provides stable communications.
Long battery life
BD505 has a removable and rechargeable 1500mAh li-ion battery, which can deliver 12 hours of battery during digital use on a 5-5-90 duty cycle.
Analogue and digital mode
The BD505LF supports both analogue and digital mode. Users can switch between the two operating modes quickly and easily.
Use of digital coding and correction technology makes it possible to transmit human voices without any interference noise over large distances.
BD505LF meets IP54 and MIL-STD-810G certifications.
- Licence Free Pan European
- Dimensions: 108 x 54 x 29mm 220g (with 1500mAh battery and antenna)
- Dual Mode (Analogue and Digital)
- 48 Channels, 3 Zones
- 64 Contacts In Digital Mode
- 12.5 / 25kHz Selectable Channel Spacing
- 16 Hour Battery Life (Digital Mode) On A 5-5-90 Duty Cycle
- Digital Voice Call
- Scan (Analogue or Digital Channel Only)
- One Touch Call
- MIL-STD-810 C/D/E/F/G Standards
- IP54 Compliance
- TDMA Direct Mode
- Analogue and Digital Mixed Channel Receiving
- Emergency Alarm (Via Programming)
|Frequency Range||UHF: 446.0 - 446.2 MHz|
|Supported operating modes||DMR Tier I (license-free DMR - ETSI TS 102 361-1), Analogue PMR446|
|Channels & zones||
Channel capacity: 48
Zone capacity: 3
|Channel Spacing||12.5 kHz (analogue), 25 kHz (digital)|
|Battery Service Life (5/5/90 duty cycle)||approx. 16 h (digital) approx. 12 h (analogue)|
|Standard Battery||1500 mAh (lithium-ion battery)|
|Frequency Stability||± 0.5 ppm|
|Antenna Impedance||50 Ω|
|Dimensions (HxBxT)||108 × 54 × 29 mm|
|Weight (with antenna and standard battery)||approx. 220 g|
|Operating temperature range||-30 °C to +60 °C|
|Storage temperature range||-40 °C to +85 °C|
|Protection against dust and moisture||IP54|
|Shock and vibration resistance||MIL-STD-810 G standard|
|Relative humidity||MIL-STD-810 G standard|
|Transmitting Power||0.5 W|
|Modulation||11K0F3E at 12.5 kHz, 16K0F3E at 25 kHz|
|4FSK digital modulation||
12.5 kHz (data only): 7K60FXD
12.5 kHz (data and voice): 7K60FXW
|Interfering signals and harmonics||36 dBm (< 1 GHz) 30 dBm (> 1 GHz)|
|Noise cancellation||40 dB at 12.5 kHz 45 dB at 25 kHz|
|Audio sensitivity||+1 dB to -3 dB|
|Audio distortion||≤ 3 %|
|Sensitivity (analogue)||0.22 μV (typical) (12 dB SINAD) 0.4 μV (typical) (20 dB SINAD)|
|Sensitivity (digital)||0.22 μV / BER 5%|
|Adjacent channel selectivity (ETSI)||60 dB at 12.5 kHz|
|Nominal audio power output||0.5 W|
|Conducted spurious emission||< -57 dBm|
In The Box
- 6 x Hytera BD505LF
- 6 x Li-Ion Battery (1500mAh)
- 6 x Single Unit Charger (CH10L23)
- 6 x Switching Power Adapter (PS1044)
- 6 x Nylon Strap (RO03)
- 6 x Belt Clip (BC08)
- 6 x User Manual
- 6 x UK and EU Plug
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