The Hytera Z1p is a slim TETRA handheld two-way radio, developed to provide security users a covert handset packed with functionality, built to TETRA standards.
For pricing and availability, use the link below to find and contact your local dealer.
At only 23 mm thick, this small handheld radio is perfectly suited to concealed applications. A strategically placed emergency button and mic allow for the screen to be concealed and optional covert audio accessories complete the covert communication package
Robust and Reliable
Dustproof and waterproof (IP67), withstanding submersion in 1 metre of fresh water for a duration of up to 30 minutes, the Z1p meets the requirements to operate outdoors
TETRA security features (such as End-to-End encryption) and in-built tamper proofing protect against direct attacks, ensuring your radio communication is reliably protected
The Z1p provides rapid access to the TETRA radio network in trunked mode (TMO), communicates between radios in direct mode (DMO) and can also boost the area of operation via DMO Repeater mode (licensed).
Voice and Data Services
Thanks to the integrated GPS function precise positioning is available, as well as many other voice and data services according to the TETRA standard
Created with Sketch.RF Power
High 3W transmit power to improve coverage without the need for an additional license.
Created with Sketch.Full Call Out
Use the radio as a pager with integrated resource management function.
Created with Sketch.OTAP (Over The Air Programming)
Make adjustments to the existing programming of the radio using the free OTAP application.
Created with Sketch.Status Remote Control
Control the radio remotely by sending it specific status messages.
Created with Sketch.Passwords, PINs and Encryption
Protect your workforce against eavesdropping or "man in the middle" attacks by applying a PIN/PUK at switch on, protect the programming with a password and use Air Interface Encryption and End to End Encryption.
Created with Sketch.Man Down
Keep your workforce safer and let the radio generate an alarm when it does not move or is tilted over the programmed angle.