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

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.

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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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