Combination vehicle adapter and charging station for VHF military radios introduced by Ultralife Communications

July 19, 2011
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va., 19 July 2011. Ultralife Communications Systems in Virginia Beach, Va., is introducing the A-320HVA vehicle adapter for the company's 20-watt A-320 amplifier family to provide secure mounting of the A-320 amplifier. The vehicle adapter has a charging pocket for more than 16 30-512 MHz military radios, including AN/PRC-148 MBITR and JEM; AN/PRC-152, RF-5800M and 5800V; RF-7800-HH; RF-310M-HH001 AND HH002; and ITT Soldier Radio. The adapter comes with an A-320 amplifier, and includes 20-watt communication packages. The adapter provides quick installation and release with shock and vibration protection, and adapts to tactical and non-standard vehicles with an 11-36-volt DC power supply.
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va., 19 July 2011. Ultralife Communications Systems in Virginia Beach, Va., is introducing the A-320HVA radio vehicle adapter for the company's 20-watt A-320 amplifier family to provide secure mounting of the A-320 amplifier. The vehicle adapter has a radio charging pocket for more than 16 30-512 MHz military radios, including AN/PRC-148 MBITR and JEM; AN/PRC-152, RF-5800M and 5800V; RF-7800-HH; RF-310M-HH001 AND HH002; and ITT Soldier Radio.The adapter comes with an A-320 amplifier, and includes 20-watt communication packages. The adapter provides quick installation and release with shock and vibration protection, and adapts to tactical and non-standard vehicles with an 11-36-volt DC power supply.The amplifier and charger package is suitable to "jerk and run" situations, company officials says. An amplified speaker such as the MRC-67A can be added to provide an audio interface. "This is about as close as one can get to having a universal charging capability for thousands of A-320 amplifier users in the field," says Scott Schoeffel, vice president of sales at Ultralife. The unit is designed to MIL-STD-810G and MIL-STD-416E.

For more information contact Ultralife Communications online at http://ultralifecorporation.com/commsys.

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