Hytera RD625 Repeater
- Radio Features
Hytera RD625 Repeater Compact, wall-mountable DMR Repeater
Designed specifically to provide reliable radio coverage in buildings and large sites the Hytera RD625 operates in digital or analogue mode to improve your communication range.
- Up To 16 Channels
- IP Networking
- Compact All In One
- Internal Duplexer - Optional Accessory
- Analogue and Digital Auto Switch
- 1 - 25 Watt Power Output
- H 108 X W 210 X D 348 mm
VHF: 136 - 174 MHz
UHF: 400 - 470 MHz
Supported operating modes
DMR Tier II (conventional DMR) in accordance with ETSI TS 102 361-1/2/3, analogue
12.5 / 20 / 25 kHz
13.6 ± 15% VDC
90 V - 264 VDC
Max. power consumption (in stand by)
≤ 0.5 A at 13.6 VDC
Max. power consumption (during transmission)
≤ 5.5 A at 13.6 VDC
± 0.5 ppm
Dimensions (H × W × D)
108 × 210 × 348 mm
5000 g (with duplexer)
Flexible IP networking
Hytera’s DMR repeater can be connected to an IP-based communication network with multiple sites. The roaming function is used to provide radios in this radio network with voice and data services across cells.
Connecting VoIP private automatic branch exchanges
The RD625 repeater makes it possible to connect existing VoIP telephone systems to the DMR radio network. This allows DMR radio subscribers to hold half duplex conversations with participants from the telephone network. Telephone subscribers have the option of making either individual or group calls in the radio network.
Analogue and digital operation with the ability to switch automatically
The RD625 repeater can be operated both in analogue and in digital mode and
is completely compatible with analogue systems currently in use. The device
automatically changes between digital and analogue mode depending on the
type of receiver signal, saving both time and money by eliminating the need
to con gure frequencies and channels manually.
Adaptable transmitting power
The integrated power supply of the RD625 can automatically switch to a back-up
DC supply from a sealed lead-acid battery if the AC supply fails. This makes it
possible to provide a fail-safe solution for critical communications.