Published on 23 May 2011
Whether in covert investigations, observations, or other operations: reliable discreet communication between colleagues can decide about the success or failure of a mission for police, security companies or private investigators. The same device that guarantees such, should therefore come as a standard product in public and private security forces.
A wide range of products for discreet communication have been developed by Imtradex, the specialist for hear and talk systems, as well as further products, meeting demands for covert communication. The new OnGuard IIGSM, which has been designed specifically for discreet communication via mobile phones - is available now. It acts as a link between user and mobile phone, by pressing a button during an operation it establishes the discreet communication between colleagues. "Previously you still were forced to use a digital radio" states Ralf Kudernak, managing director of Imtradex Hör-/Sprechsysteme GmbH (www.imtradex.com), which explains the added value of the product.
The battery-powered and about 60 grams light OnGuard II GSM offer numerous interfaces to connect to different PTT buttons, microphones, earphones and mobile phones. With dimensions of only 50 mm x 39 mm x 14 mm, the core piece can be worn easily on the body, such as in the inner or outer pocket of a jacket. "With the right accessories, the camouflage is perfect for the user, and with the new OnGuard II-GSM, discreet investigative work is possible," explained Ralf Kudernak.
Imtradex provides several different accessories for the "core piece of discreet communication" like a neckloop with integrated microphone (Neckloop-GSM), induction earpiece, lapel microphone, external earphones as well as various send button.