TM8000 Data – Overview
The Tait TM8000 mobiles are reliable and high performance mobile radios. Easy to integrate and to customize, each is ideal for voice and data communications. Even a simple system represents a long-term investment that can be adapted as your business needs evolve.
The Tait TM8000 mobile radio range includes a range of products designed specifically to support the development of business solutions for the rapidly growing mobile data market. Tait's TM8000 data mobile offering includes solutions to suit a range of industries and applications such as utilities, transportation and AVL integration.
All TM8000 data radios can easily connect to external modems through a choice of interfaces, whilst also including built-in data modems. The TM8105 is part of Tait's conventional mobiles range, while the TM8252 operates in dual mode.
The TM8252 has a MAP27 interface as standard with no additional hardware needed. This makes the radio a cost-effective building block in end-to-end radio communication solutions.
Data mobile highlights:
- 25W, 40W (UHF), 50W (VHF) power output
- Voice and data capable
- Easy to integrate and customize
- Rugged construction and robust RF performance
- Built-in modems
- Optional 12kbps high speed data modem
- Direct Connect GPS
Download the TM8252 specifications sheet (PDF) for more detailed information.
Download the TM8105 specifications sheet (PDF) for more detailed information.
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Why choose Tait Conventional Analog Radio
When all-informed, open-channel communications is essential to your business, TaitNet conventional analog radio systems are the ideal choice. Our range includes small, single-site networks for confined area voice-only communications to larger, wider area networks with a variety of voice and data features.
Conventional analog radio systems are a simple, economical way for mobile radio users to keep in touch.
TaitNet Conventional Analog highlights:
- Modular, high specification infrastructure
- Systems in place throughout the world
- Conventional sites can be linked for wider coverage
- Ideal when "all-informed" communications is essential
- Easy to upgrade