Designed for Maximum Safety
and Enhanced Usability
TP9368 IS Portables
The TP9368 Intrinsically Safe (IS) DMR portable radio is engineered to operate safely in hazardous environments, with the highest Class 1 Division 1 gas ratings in the market.
This enables faster safety assessment when responding to the unknown, and allows use of Tait TP9368 IS radios in hazardous locations where other IS radio use may currently be limited.
Only available in the USA
Why choose TP9368 IS?
Future Proof, Flexible Investment
The TP9368 IS portable operates in 4 modes—DMR Tier 3 and Tier 2, MPT 1327 and conventional analog FM—delivering exceptional functionality and value in one device. It also provides choice and interoperability by using open standard DMR protocol.
Designed for Demanding Environments
The TP9361 IS is built to our Tait Tough standards for high performance in demanding environments. It exceeds relevant MIL-STD-810G, withstands up to one meter of water for 30 minutes with its IP67 rating, has shock absorbing corners and a water-shedding grille, and has a recessed lens for screen protection - all designed for reliable, easy operation.
Class I Dvision 1 Intrinsically Safe
Designed for maximum safety in the field, the TP9368 IS portable has the highest Class 1 Division 1 gas ratings in the market, meeting safe operation standards for hazardous environments.
High-Performing Voice Communications
The robust design delivers clear, reliable audio over the digital platform. The TP9368 provides roaming between MPT 1327 and DMR Tier 3 trunked networks and roaming between Conventional FM and DMR Tier 2 Conventional networks. It also offers privacy with individual calls, and group calls which allow separate teams to communicate amongst themselves without having to listen to irrelevant traffic.
Improve Workforce Safety
The TP9368 has a programmable orange emergency key which is easily accessible and highly visible, and the integrated GPS ensures you can quickly and easily locate someone should they require assistance. Man down alert capability notifies dispatch immediately if there is an alarm.
Effective Operation with Voice and Data
The TP9368 improves organizational efficiency with Data Services and integrated GPS. It supports short data messages for location, status, and text, and allows for transference of packet data over traffic channels for workforce management, Telemetry, SCADA, and customer-specific applications.
Complete Package and Accessories
The TP9368 is compatible with a portfolio of Intrinsically Safe audio accessories, including speaker-microphones, headsets, and earpieces. It also offers an Intrinsically Safe Li-ion battery and an Intrinsically Safe compatible charger.
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