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The HP682 is one of the new Hytera HP Series of two-way radios. These radios provide a more efficient and reliable experience with loud and clear audio, longer battery life, intuitive user interface, extended range, remarkable portability, and ruggedness.
The HP682 handheld radio is available in VHF 136-174MHz and UHF 400-527MHz frequency ranges. The radio has a channel capacity of up to 1,024 channels (512 analog, 512 digital), with 64 Zones of up to 256 channels per zone.
The Hytera HP682 is sold with an antenna, single charger, belt clip, nylon hand strap, and a 2000mAh Li-Ion Polymer Battery. The battery is light and small, providing up to 20 hours on high transmit power with a duty cycle of 5/5/90.
The HP682 can be deployed in a wide variety of analog and digital radio networks, including Analog and Digital Conventional, MPT and XPT Trunking, DMR Tier II Trunking, IP Multi-Site Connect, and DMR Simulcast Systems.
Key Features of the Hytera HP682 Radio
The HP682 features a 1.8” 160×128 HD TFT-LCD with 65,536 colors and 6 lines of content. The clear and bright display provides a wide variety of status, configuration, and notification information. The HP682 also features a 16-Key keypad.
Simplified Navigation. The app icons are arranged in a six-grid layout, making visual recognition more intuitive. The menu layers are simplified and streamlined so users can easily change settings and adjust features.
Clear Notifications and Information Display. On the home screen, the HP682 displays time and contact alias/ID, and can display two notifications simultaneously. The radio supports notifications of emergency calls, missed calls, call alerts, and new messages, and users can preview message contents. The dialing interface supports selection of individual calls, group calls, PSTN / PABX phone dialing, fast dialing, and channel switching (CPS selection configuration). The call interface displays call status (digital / analog, encryption status, recording status, call transfer, etc.), contact alias / ID, contact address, call duration, and speaker location information.
Multiple User Profiles. The HP682 supports four User Profiles that can be selected according to the scenario and set the corresponding tone, volume, vibration, and more. For example, profiles can match the environment, such as indoors or outdoors, or in a meeting.
The HP682 interface features an Interface Switcher that allows users to easily to switch between the home screen and up to three frequently used interfaces. This makes it easy to view or perform feature settings on these interfaces for efficient operations and to ensure rapid response in critical situations.
Text Messaging and Conversational SMS. The HP682 supports sending private and group text messages. Messages can be typed free-form or the user can send and receive a variety of preprogrammed messages. The short message is displayed in the form of a dialog box, along with the message and sender details. The interactive mode is more intuitive, and the message sending and receiving is simple and efficient.
Louder and Clearer Audio with AI based voice enhancement with deep learning ability that can accurately extract voice from noise in real time and decreases unwanted background noises as loud as 30db. New water-porting technology quickly drains water out of speaker cavity to maintain audio clarity.
Higher Level of Ruggedness. The HP682 is fully compliant with the IP67 and MIL-STD- 810 G standards. It is dustproof, water resistant, and can stand up to drop shock testing at 2 meters. The radio has an anti-magnetic speaker that does not attract magnetic metal dust and shavings.
Enhanced Worker Safety. The radio is designed for worker safety with a programmable emergency button, emergency calling, and priority interrupt. The HP682 also includes the safety features Lone Worker and Man Down.
Enhanced GPS Location Tracking. The HP682 radios can report current location information to other radios, the dispatcher ,or third-party applications in real time, enhancing the efficiency of visualized dispatch applications. GPS data can be transmitted during voice calls for immediate location targeting, and GPS data can be compressed to increase channel capacity and reduce hardware cost.
Built-in Bluetooth supports both audio and data, and enables connectivity to wireless accessories.
Higher Security The Hytera HP682 supports Digital End-to-End and Over-the-Air Encryption for voice and data transmitted on digital channels to prevent eavesdropping. The hardware encryption is implemented through a built-in encryption card. The software encryption uses the secure and reliable ARC4 and AES encryption algorithms. The radio authentication prevents unauthorized users from accessing the system. If a radio is lost or stolen, the system can Stun or Kill the radio to prevent unauthorized use.
Extended Coverage and Connectivity The HP682 extends radio range through increased Tx power, Rx sensitivity, improved antenna gain, and reduced attenuation. This produces a 25% increase in coverage distance and signal penetration through buildings. The enhanced coverage improves efficiency and reduces network infrastructure costs. Two patented technologies and a voice buffer reduces packet loss during Rx handover for consistently clear calls and fewer dropped words.
Greater Calling Flexibility. The HP682 supports Individual Calls (radio to radio, radio to dispatcher), Group Calls (one radio to many, dispatcher to many), All Call (broadcast call to all radios, transmit only), and Telephone Calls (requires connectivity to PSTN, PABX or SIP networks).
Dynamic Calls. The HP682 allows users to manually dial without switching the dialing mode. In the dialing interface, users can select a private, group, or PSTN/PABX call. In addition to the contact alias/ID, the radio also displays call status (including call mode, encryption status, recording status, and call forwarding status), contact address, and call duration.