Beam Iridium Extreme® PTT Grab ‘N’ Go Wireless Kit (PTTGNG-W1A)

C$4,088.41
Overview

The Beam Iridium Extreme Push-To-Talk Grab ‘N’ Go Wireless Kits provide a powerful communication device that can transmit and receive audio for up to 300m/1000ft away from the case (fitted with external antenna).

BRAND:  
BEAM
PART #:  
PTTGNG-W1A
ORIGIN:  
Australia
WARRANTY:  
12 MONTHS
Stock Status:  
In stock
AVAILABILITY:  
USUALLY SHIPS IN 3-5 BUSINESS DAYS
Product Code:  
Iridium-Beam-9575-PTTGNG-W1

Iridium Extreme® PTT Grab ‘N’ Go Wireless Kit (PTTGNG-W1A) 

The Beam PTT Grab ‘N’ Go Wireless solution provides a clear and high quality audio that surpasses the output of the Extreme® Handset. It is the perfect partner for your Iridium Extreme PTT device. The PTT Grab ‘N’ Go kit supports the Extreme Handset in either PTT mode or standard voice mode. The same set up is available in a large case with in-built UPS battery or a small compact case*. 


* UPS Battery option is not available in the Small case.  Handset NOT included.

More Information
HARMONIZED TARIFF NUMBER851762
PRODUCT TYPESATELLITE PHONE
BRANDBEAM
PART #PTTGNG-W1A
NETWORKIRIDIUM
USAGE AREA100% GLOBAL
FREQUENCYL BAND (1-2 GHz)
ACCESSORY TYPEDOCKING STATION
COMPATIBLE WITHIRIDIUM PTT

Iridium Global Coverage Map


Iridium Coverage Map

Iridium delivers essential communications services to and from remote areas where no other form of communication is available.  Powered by a uniquely sophisticated global constellation of 66 cross-linked Low-Earth Orbit (LEO) satellites, the Iridium® network provides high-quality voice and data connections over the planet’s entire surface, including across airways, oceans, and polar regions. Together with its ecosystem of partner companies, Iridium delivers an innovative and rich portfolio of reliable solutions for markets that require truly global communications.
 
At only 780 kilometers from the Earth, the proximity of Iridium’s LEO network means pole-to-pole coverage, a shorter transmission path, stronger signals, lower latency, and shorter registration time than with GEO satellites. In space, each Iridium satellite is linked to up to four others creating a dynamic network that routes traffic among satellites to ensure global coverage, even where traditional local systems are unavailable.

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