CRS Accessories Wireless PTT Footswitch

Wednesday, 17 August, 2011 | Supplied by: CRS Accessories

CRS Accessories Wireless PTT Footswitch

With the ongoing changes in OH&S, CRS Accessories has available the hands-free Wireless PTT Footswitch. It can be used by crane and other vehicle operators who must have both hands on the controls but need to be in constant communication via their mobile two-way radio. The wireless footswitch can eliminate, in most instances, costly fit-outs.

The Wireless PTT button (transmitter) has been built into a commercial-grade footswitch that can be easily fitted to the crane/vehicle. The transmitter is IP67 rated and completely waterproof. There is no charging of batteries as this product has been designed to be pressed 300,000 times (approximately two years) before the button needs replacing. If the button does fail there is a second PTT back-up button located on the receiver.

The microphone is designed to be mounted on the door pillar of the vehicle or, if there is already a gooseneck mic in the vehicle, secured to this apparatus. A built-in amplifier in the microphone provides high sensitivity allowing the operator to comfortably communicate back to base in their normal seated position.

It is suitable for all brands of two-way vehicle radios.

The device is easy to install as it simply plugs into the front of the radio. Where this is not possible, an unterminated version is available which can be hardwired at the rear of the radio.

The Wireless PTT is CE approved and suitable for lever-operated heavy machinery, cranes and any vehicle where a footswitch is required.

Online: www.crsaccessories.com.au
Phone: 1300 307 334
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