The Entel HT783 is a licensed radio which provides loud, clear audio in a robust casing. With an IP68 rating, this radio is impervious to dust and is able to withstand up to 2 hours submersed in water as deep as 4 metres. In addition to this the HT783 is built to MIL STD 810 C/D/E/F standards resulting in it to be designed to be highly resistant to shock and vibration.
Included with this radio is a 2000mAh Lithium Ion Battery which intelligently counts the charge cycles and it will warn you when the battery life is almost at the end. This is useful for businesses as they are able to get an idea when they require a new battery before the original has given up. In addition to this, the battery is able to provide an impressive length of charge, as well as retaining the charge for up to three times longer compared to standard batteries.
The Entel HT783 has a scan/priority scan function which enables the radio to have the facility to scan for an active or free channel. When the channel is detected then the radio will automatically select this for you. The priority scan will allow you to select one channel in the scan list that is treated as a priority, this channel will then be checked more frequently than all other channels in the list.
You are able to use VOX hands free with this audio when using an Entel VOX enabled audio accessory. This allows you to operate hands free and when you need to talk then the radio will automatically transmit for you. This is useful for businesses who require hands free communication as they are able to attach the radio to their belt loop and still effectively communicate with each other.
The Entel HT783 radio is user friendly, having functions including a programmable channel monitor button and a low battery warning, you will be able to effectively communicate hassle free. The clear, LED display screen makes it simple and easy to see who is calling you and enables you to make a call with ease. The screen indicates the battery level so you can see when the battery will need swapping over as well as the receiving signal strength to ensure that someone is always able to contact you.
In order to ensure that you are able to call for help in a simple push of a button, this radio has a Local Personal Attack Alarm. Once you activate this then the speaker on your radio will emit a high pitched siren, this acts as a deterrent and then provides a local call for assistance.
- 1x HT783 Radio
- 1x 2000mAh Lithium-Ion Battery
- 1x Single Pod Rapid Mains Charger
- 1x Spring Loaded Rear Clip
- 1x Antenna
- 1x User Guide
Yes! This radio is a full-power unit which works on licensed spectrum. Here’s a few important points to remember:
- Licencing is really easy and cost effective, so don’t be put off
- You only licence the frequency (channel) your radios use, not the number of radios or handsets
- If you’re buying radios to use outside of the UK, you will need to get a licence from your country’s regulatory body
- Want us to guide you through it? Call us on 01778 426777 or email email@example.com
Buy a licence online:
You can choose from one of the following two options to buy a licence online. Once you place your order, we’ll apply for the licence for you, which is valid for 5 years. Ofcom will then contact you directly in 5 years’ time to arrange the renewal.
Remember: you don’t need a licence per radio, just a licence per fleet of radios. One licence will usually provide enough cover for your company or site (or you as an individual if you’re buying for private use)
Simple UK Licence - £75 for 5 years
This is ideal for most users. It authorises the use of radios anywhere within the UK, on a shared bank of back-to-back (simplex) frequencies. Up to 14 UHF or VHF channels become available on digital radios (7 on analogue)
Simple Site Licence - £75 for 5 years
This is suited to users who use their radios with a repeater. It authorises radio use within 1km of a given site or location, on a shared assignment basis. Up to 34 UHF back to back channels + 6 repeater frequencies become available on digital
I already have a licence:
If you already have radios, you should already have a licence. If you’d like your new radios to work with your existing fleet, you need to send us:
- A copy of your existing Ofcom licence
- For digital radios:
- Let us know which frequencies are in which channel
- Which colour code you use
- Which digital group ID you use
- For analogue radios:
- Let us know which frequencies are in which channel
- What CTCSS/TPL/DPL tone you use
Alternatively, you can send us a programming file from one of your existing radios, or even post us one of your existing handsets so that we can make sure we match it correctly.
Note that we accept no responsibility for radios which do not work due to incorrectly provided information. We’ll program your radios for free upon order, but if they don’t work and need re-programming there will be a £10 + VAT fee per unit.
If you need help, feel free to call our team of friendly experts and we’ll guide you through.
- Call us: 01778 426777
- Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
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