New vehicle mounting solution for PTT Radio
Written by: Charlotte Hathway | Published:

Icom has introduced a mobile mount for its IC-SAT100 Satellite PTT Radio.

The new solution includes a heavy-duty BC-247 cradle, an HM-222 fist mic and an AH-40 mag-mount antenna. Icom says the solution is ideal for IC-SAT100 users in public safety and humanitarian organisations.

Central to the mounting kit is the rugged BC-247 charging cradle within which the radio firmly clicks in place. The radio is secured with the in-built rubber restraining strap. The HM-222 fist-mic provides instant loud and clear audio.

The solution can be operated between 9V and 32V DC so use in a car, truck or even on a motorcycle is a straightforward application with just one version for all.

The radio is charged while in the dock and there is an anti-theft function which can trigger an external horn when the radio is removed from the charger. This function can be deactivated with a button.

The BC-247 charging cradle is supplied with a DC cable, a BC-242 multi-plug AC adapter, cable adapter, AH-40 magnet-mount external antenna and a HM-222 speaker microphone to complete the in-vehicle solution.

Icom announced its IC-SAT100 satellite PTT handheld radio, which uses the Iridium satellite network, was commercially available in the UK in July last year.

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