Jul. 24, 2019

Sepura Launches Next Generation Mobile Terminal SCG22

  • Sepura: Launches Next Generation Mobile Terminal SCG22Sepura: Launches Next Generation Mobile Terminal SCG22

Sepura are launching the new SCG22 Tetra mobile terminal at Critical Communications World in Kuala Lumpur. Sepura's SCG22 has been designed to meet the needs of demanding users within the public safety, transport and utility markets looking for a powerful feature-rich Tetra mobile, with flexible installation options, making it suitable for use in cars, trucks, mobile and fixed control rooms, motorcycles and even boats and trains.

The SCG22 brings to the market the next generation of Tetra features found in the recently launched Sepura SC20 and SC21 hand-portable radios, to in-vehicle and control room fleets. Offering maximum flexibility, with a powerful 10W RF power rating and full gateway and repeater functionality, the SCG22 keeps users connected even in the most challenging environments.

The SCG22 incorporates the unique Sepura Appspace technology delivering extended functionality and apps for the mobile radio. Enhanced communication options, through Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, as well as, an expanded operating bandwidth of 380MHz-470MHz provides flexibility in use today and positions the radio for upgrade and developments in the future.

Phil Woodley, Head of Tetra Terminals, Sepura, comments: "We are very excited to be able to make this announcement at CCW in Kuala Lumpur as we expand our market leading next generation SC Series Tetra terminal portfolio.”

Woodley continues “with the launch of the SCG22 we are introducing a host of new features which allow users to maximise the value of their investments, reducing the cost of ownership and upgrade and future-proofing their assets. Most importantly, the SCG22 flexibility enables it to be tailored to meet specific users' needs".


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