Setcom Releases the Liberator TwinTalk Two-Person Wireless Intercom System
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Setcom Releases the Liberator TwinTalk Two-Person Wireless Intercom System

Brussels : Belgium | Aug 29, 2012 at 9:52 AM PDT
Source: PRWeb
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For more information about Setcom's complete product line of fire apparatus intercom systems, please visit: http://www.setcomcorp.com/fire.html.

Setcom invented the first law enforcement motorcycle communications system at its founding in 1970. Today thousands of motor officers rely daily on their Setcom wired and wireless systems to keep them connected to their vital radio networks. No matter the brand of motorcycle, type of helmet, or model of portable or mobile radio, Setcom has a configuration to meet the requirement. For more information about Setcom's complete product line of rugged police motorcycle headset systems, please visit: http://www.setcomcorp.com/police.html.

Setcom recently acquired Piratecom, the premier designer and manufacturer of superior communications gear for watercraft. Piratecom has become the brand that boat OEMs and end users turn to for reliability and innovation in extreme high-noise situations. Its ground-breaking products have been put on vessels that range from airboats to fire boats to workboats to tugboats to go-fast boats to rescue boats to offshore supply vessels to patrol boats. In particular, numerous municipalities, counties, states, and federal agencies have standardized on Piratecom intercom and headset systems for their marine fleets. For more information on Setcom’s marine systems, please visit: http://www.setcomcorp.com/boat.html.

For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/prweb2012/8/prweb9848208.htm

 
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