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Public Safety Agencies Choosing IPT Radio Batteries

May 31, 2016
Eight police departments and six university campuses are among those who have decided to use Impact Power Technologies (IPT) LifeSaver Series Batteries to maximize their land mobile radios' performance.

How First-Responder Communications are Evolving

May 9, 2016
The emergence of simultaneous LMR and LTE capabilities, along with PTT apps on smartphones, tablets and WiFi-only devices, opens up a world of potential new products such as more robust phones for industrial use, dual- or triple-band radios with LTE phones built inside, possibly even with a USB port on the side for uploading data.

TWITCO Announces Availability of “ET-WNG" Eartips for Radio Earphones

March 9, 2016
Available now from TWITCO Distributing and www.Earphones4u.com, the ET-WNG is a new radio earphone eartip that fits securely in the ear, does not extend into the ear canal, and does not block ambient sounds.

Wireless Speaker/Microphone

May 1, 2009
Blu-Comm has introduced the Badge, a specially designed professional Bluetooth wireless speaker and microphone for two-way radios. The Badge features volume control, a PTT (Push-To-Talk) button, and an earpiece port. It comes with your choice of required adaptors for Motorola, Kenwood, Blackbox, Relm, Icom, and Vertex radios.

BK Radio Adapter

December 1, 2007
Klein Electronics has introduced the "BK-Adapter" for Bendix King radios. The BK-Adapter connects any headset or earpiece that has a Kenwood or RELM two-pin connector to Bendix King radios.

Invisity In-Ear RF Receiver

June 1, 2007
Invisity is a narrow band RF receiver that is smaller than a lima bean and fits completely inside an ear. You can transmit instructions and other information to the user up to a distance of 820 feet away.

Klein Electronics Modular Headset

April 1, 2007
Klein Electronics’ Modular Communication Headset System is specially designed and newly manufactured for all popular two-way radios. A variety of radio cables connect to a junction box with push-to-talk capability. From that, the user chooses from five different headset options. Ring-finger or waterproof steel barrel PTT buttons are optional. The throat mic is adjustable for larger sized necks.

Klein Electronics Two-Wire Surveillance Earpiece

January 1, 2007
New for Vertex 820/920 radios, Klein Electronics has introduced the Sentry Professional 2-Wire Surveillance Earpiece. Specially designed and newly manufactured for the Vertex 820 and 920 Public Safety Series radios, this earpiece kit features a comfortable acoustic coil tube that comes in black or clear, an internal dual PTT button and microphone for extra street life, junction box with strain reliefs and premium grade thicker cabling, and swivel clothing clip.
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