Jotron, a leading manufacturer of safety products and systems announces the release of the compact and portable TR-910 Multipurpose VHF Airband Radio. TR-910 is available in a variety of configurations to meet the demands of the ATC, oil and gas industries.
Jotron radios have a worldwide reputation for outstanding performance in harsh environmental conditions. With a total weight of 1.95 kilo, TR-910 is a compact high-quality radio for all areas where portability is a key factor. TR-910 can be a last resort radio, the main radio in e.g. helidecks, set in a desktop, vehicle mounted or carried in a bag.
The mechanical design and upgraded architecture of TR-910 is based on the well proven Jotron VHF and UHF radios. It is fully VoIP-compliant according to ED-137c and TR-910 meets or outperforms all radio requirements specified in ETSI EN300676 and EN301489 (EMC). TR-910 uses a standard connector for headsets and microphone and has output for recording in compliance with ED-137. Thus, this radio can easily interface with record and replay systems, like e.g., Jotron’s Ricochet recorder, remote-control systems, monitoring systems and even a VCS.
“This lightweight, robust and portable radio adds perfectly to Jotron’s existing radio portfolio,” says Roar Flaatnes, Director Sales & Marketing. “TR-910 is a truly multipurpose radio, configured to meet the demands of most markets with a need for portable VHF airband radios.”
For more information, please contact Roar Flaatnes or your Jotron Sales Manager, tel: +47 3313 9700.
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About Jotron AS
Jotron AS is a privately-owned Norwegian company offering:
– Maritime search and rescue communication equipment
– Shore to ship communication products and systems
– ATC ground to air radio communication products and systems for civil aviation and military
– Recording and replay systems
The Jotron head office is located in Larvik, Norway. Jotron has 300 employees with locations in Lithuania, Norway, Singapore, the United Kingdom, the United States of America and a representative office for ATC in China.