Tait radio users have tough jobs. Police, Fire, Emergency services, Mining, Oil and Gas, and Utility workers need communications equipment that won't let them down, no matter what they face. That's why Tait engineered the TP9300 to be one of the toughest, professional grade radios ever made.
Tait Tough radios have been tested and proven to survive, even under the harshest standards. With Tait radios, you can trust that your people can communicate whenever they need to.
Here are a few of the tests we run:
- We drop them from six feet onto concrete – that's 50% higher than the mil-spec rating requirement.
- We drop them from 26 different angles, over and over again to ensure the durability of everything from the battery and antenna fittings to the internal componentry and the LCD screen.
- We immerse them in one meter of water for 2 hours and 2 meters of water for 30 minutes to prove there are no leaks, and the radios are sealed against dust achieving an IP68 rating. We also test against water jets and achieve an IP65 rating.
Every component is selected and rigorously tested so every radio can endure harder knocks and more extreme temperatures. Tait radios are assembled and tested in our own factory, delivering maximum quality where it matters most.
Tait TM9300 mobiles are designed with users in mind to guarantee reliable, effective operation everyday. Tait mobiles are built to withstand heat and cold, dust and knocks that occur on the road – and off-road.
The TM9300 is IP54 rated, against dust and splashing water, and also exceeds MIL-STD-810G.
In Panola County, we're not real gentle with our equipment. We needed equipment that could take a beating and keep working. Since we implemented the Tait radios, I've been 100% confident in them, the Tait radios have never failed. We've had zero complaints, everybody loves them.Daniel Cole, Panola County, Mississippi, USA
Tait DMR Tier 3: Achieve more with rugged equipment
Intrinsically Safe (IS) equipment is designed to operate in potentially explosive atmospheres without the risk of becoming an ignition source or creating a spark that might cause a fire or explosion.