TH9 is a TETRA high-strength radio station that meets IP65 durability. 1.8W output power provides extended coverage. Providing the transfer of critical voice and information data makes the TH9 radio station a powerful tool for completing tasks of any type of complexity.
The latest TH9 radio speaker system delivers voice data with high accuracy and clarity. Large QVGA display with high accuracy displays all the necessary information and visual images. The easy-to-use night vision mode optimizes the display for nighttime use.
An easy-to-use intuitive user interface with unique voice guidance provides the most comfortable use. Support for the JavaTM platform enables the use of custom user applications.
TH9 Bluetooth® Wireless Technology allows you to take advantage of wireless connectivity.
In addition, the TH9 radio has two functional connectors: a side connector for connecting audio and information equipment and a lower connector for charging, data transfer and programming.
Improved functions "battery life" and "message about sudden inoperability" provide user safety. When the safety mode is activated, if the radio station is in a stationary state for a long time or is in a horizontal position, an alarm is automatically sent. If the user does not answer calls, the radio automatically sends an alarm and the latest location coordinates to a predetermined receiving point.
The integrated positioning chip of the Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) location of the TH9 radio station provides additional benefits for users.
Benefits include faster positioning, more accurate and reliable location information. The radio station has improved sensitivity and the ability to simultaneously use two satellite systems (GPS, Glonass, BeiDou or Galileo).
In emergency situations, it is important to be aware of the availability of additional resources. When using the “Where are you?” Function, the radio station displays data on the location of the remaining members of the group. When you press the PTT button, your location is sent to group members. When making emergency calls, the radio automatically sends the coordinates of the current location.Datasheet (pdf)