Fire & Rescue NSW unit selects GME CB

GME Pty Ltd

Monday, 03 August, 2015

GME has been chosen to supply UHF CB radios to Fire & Rescue NSW (FRNSW) Community Fire Units (CFUs).

The GME TX675 handheld radio underwent extensive testing and evaluation and was selected for its performance, useful features and ease of use.

GME says that its Australian engineering DNA is at the heart of these products, providing high performance in real-world conditions, with intelligent software and hardware design to maximise talk time and minimise downtime.

In addition to having rechargeable lithium batteries that provide up to 14 hours of operation, the TX675s can be charged via USB, making them suitable for when on the go in a vehicle, or via a portable battery charger.

“We’re proud to contribute to the FRNSW CFU’s preparation, prevention and protection from bushfires and look forward to working closely with everyone to provide excellent ongoing support,” said Gavin Kadwell, group marketing manager.

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