MTP850EX prijenosna stanica

MTP850EX prijenosna stanica

Product Description


Motorola’s MTP850Ex TETRA portable terminal provides high quality communication with comprehensive user safety and class leading ATEX specifications allowing use when in environments containing potentially explosive gas and dust. Motorola is a world leader in the development and deployment of TETRA communication solutions, and the MTP850Ex ATEX TETRA radio delivers safe and reliable communications for users with a powerful set of features to harness the capability of TETRA.


Strong rugged design for optimum reliability in harsh conditions
Powerful, high quality audio in most demanding environments
Full range of supporting ATEX certified accessories to tailor customize solution

Comprehensive User Safety
ATEX & IEC-Ex gas and dust approvals
Integrated GPS for user location
High Performance Communication
The MTP850Ex delivers best in class audio performance in the typical noisy environments where specialist users from industry or public safety operate.

Comprehensive User Safety
The MTP850Ex can be used in explosive gas and dust environments due to its high level of protection – including dust Zone 21 and 22. Operational safety is further enhanced with a range of features including:
State of the art integrated GPS receiver providing the ability to locate personnel through the radio, improving user safety and resource management.
Internal “Man Down” alert – this fully integrated solution triggers an emergency procedure when the carrier of the radio remains motionless far a set period or falls down.

Simple but Powerful User Interface
The simplified keypad with large button surface makes the MTP850Ex easy to use with gloves. Combined with the large scalable display fonts and icons, the MTP850Ex facilitates operation in difficult environments with limited visibility.

Data Applications Capability
The integrated WAP browser and Multi-Slot packet data enables rapid access to critical information in the field. Applications are further enhanced with ability to have simultaneous Short Data Service (SDS) and Multi-Slot packet data services via TNP1 protocol.Internal “Man Down” alarm.



Dimensions H x W x D (with standard battery) 135 x 55 x 38 mm
Weight 400 g (including battery, antenna)


Battery capacity 725 mAh, 7.2V
Battery life – standard (based on a 05/05/90 duty cycle) 12 hrs, typ
Channel spacing 25
Power 1W
RF power control 3 steps of 5 dB
Frequency bands 380 – 430 MHz


Switching bandwidth 50 MHz
RF power level accuracy +/- db 2
Receiver class A & B
Receiver static sensitivity -112 minimum, -115 typical
Receiver dynamic sensitivity -103 minimum, -107 typical
Scan types Talk group


Operating temperature “-20°C to +50°C (Hazardous environments) -20°C to +60°C (Non-hazardous environments)”
Storage temperature -40°C to +85°C
Humidity ETS 300 019-1-5 Class 5.1 and 5.2
Dust and water IP65 per IEC 60529
Shock, drop and vibration ETS 300 019-1-5 Class 5M2
ATEX gas specifications II 2G Ex ib IIC T4, IEC Ex rating, Ex ib IIC T4 (Approved for Zone 1 & 2, Equipment Group II, Gas Group C, Temperature Class T4, -20oC to +50oC)
ATEX dust specifications ATEX dust specifications
IP Standards IP65


Talkgroups 2048 (TMO) & 1024 (DMO)
Phone book 1000 entries
Scan lists 40 lists, 20 talkgroups / lists
Ambience listening Yes
Transmit inhibit Yes


Telephony Full duplex
DGNA Up to 2047 groups


Group call Late entry
Private call Half / full duplex
Compatibility Gateway and repeater


Smart emergency DMO / TMO / DMO to TMO
Hot mic Configurable timers
Location Send on emergency
Emergency target address Individual or group
Alarm Emergency status


Status messaging 100 alias messages
Short data service (SDS) 20 message inbox, individual or group addresses, send/receive during calls
Packet data (PD) 7.2kbps – 28.8 kbps gross (single or mutli-slot)
Browser Integrated Openwave browser
PEI AT commands


Air interface encryption algorithms TEA1, TEA2, TEA3
Key provisioning Secure provisioning tool (key variable loader KVL) Over the Air Re-keying (OTAR) for SCK and Class 3 (CCK & GCK)
Network access Temporary enable / disable (Stun), Permanent enable / disable (Kill)
Authentication Infrastructure initiated and made mutual by terminal
Air interface encryption security classes Class1 (clear), Class2 (SCK), Class3 (DCK, CCK & GCK)


Simultaneous satellites 12
Mode of operation Autonomous or assisted (A-GPS)
GPS antenna Integrated in TETRA antenna
GPS sensitivity -152 dBm / -182 dBw
GPS accuracy 5 meter (50% probable)
Location protocols