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Vitavox|16 May 2018

Battery-Powered Emergency Handset

The Vitavox Battery-Powered Emergency Handset is based on previously employed handsets, but with significant enhancements reflecting user requirements.

battery-powered emergency handsetThe Vitavox Battery-Powered Emergency Handset is based on previously employed handsets, but with significant enhancements reflecting user requirements.

Multiple handsets can be connected to a dual copper wire forming a standalone, non-interfering communication channel.

  • No requirement for power from any vessel systems
  • All power provided by PP3 9V batteries
  • Up to 50 handsets used in the same circuit
  • Approximately 12 hours constant use
  • Low battery warning pulse light
  • ‘Press-to-talk’ switch operated to enable speech
  • Provide direct communications between personnel
  • Each handset has call up and speech facility
  • The handset still operates if ship/ boat/ submarine incurs power failure
  • During speech, the call tone is locked out
  • Hardwired through standard two-wire copper cable
  • Call tone operated by two buttons located near earpiece and press-to-talk bar
  • Used where lines are not wired, for field use or ‘on the fly’ communication

A truly Software-Defined (SD) system, VITAVIC 400 is a fully digital, military specification intercom designed with the end-user in mind.
Vitavox is a supplier of tactical communication products for the defence industry, including tactical intercom systems, tactical public address systems
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