Two way radio hire – How much does it cost?

A straight forward (radio only) two way radio hire from Bridge Systems Ltd costs £7 per radio, per day.

Depending on the length of hire period, and the number of radios you may need, this price could drop.

We hold a large stock of Hytera PD705 two way radios and accessories; this means that we are able to dispatch the equipment quickly too you for your business needs.

What is a Hytera PD705?

It is a digital portable two way radio; these radio’s come with a whole host of features:

  • One to one calls
  • One to group calls
  • One to many calls
  • Up to 32 channels
  • Digital text function
  • Lone worker
  • Call alert
Hytera PD705-705G digital two way radio

What accessories can I hire?

Two way radios can be used with fist microphones, earpieces or together if required.

Fist microphone

  • Emergency call button
  • With 3.5 mm jack socket for earbud
  • Protection against dust and moisture as per degree of protection IP67

Earpiece

The large earbud can be safely and comfortably worn on the ear thanks to its earpiece. With the aid of a 3.5 mm plug connector, it can be combined with various audio basis sets (with PTT button and microphone) or remote speaker microphones.

Hytera remote speaker microphone

Two way radios are a fail safe, effective means of communications.  Radios do not have to rely on third party networks such as O2, Vodafone and  Three for coverage.  Two way radios are independent and therefore are excellent for use in rural areas or places with poor mobile signal.

With their independent coverage, they bring peace of mind when in a situation where Health and Safety is important.

Related content: Health and safety at outdoor events – why is communication so important?

Health and safety at outdoor events – how can I improve communications?

How many radios will I need?

If you are unsure about the number or radio's you need give us a call, we can help you 

WILL RADIOS WORK IN MY AREA?

We can carry out a topography survey to establish the 'lay of the land'.

VHF and UHF radio waves transmit on 'line of sight' (give or take 25%) signals can not go through or over large hills / mountains.

To overcome this problem and to  increase the distance covered, a repeater can be used to 're-transmit' the signal.

Repeaters can be mounted on a pole or mast or made portable should the area covered, be variable during an event.

If you would like more information on the advantages of radio, or to speak to one of our team please get in touch

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