Anchor Audio Communications/Portaco ProLink 500


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Wireless intercom system

This digital wireless intercom system is easy to configure and easy to operate. The system allows duplex communication by four users with a master belt pack and three remote belt packs. It has a 500' line of sight range, and built-in Bluetooth capability. The transmitter and receiver operate utilizing in the FCC license free 902-928MHz range for the United States without the need for a base station. The ergonomically designed belt packs have a sturdy XLR headset jack, two heavy duty antennas, headset volume control, microphone gain control, A/B channel selection and PTT or always on mode. The out of range LED indicator tells each user when to move closer to the master belt pack. A gang charger is available to charge up to four belt packs on one device.
800-262-4671
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