Dmr | P25 | 2020-11-19

TAIT introduces new Remote Speaker Microphones

Source: TAIT Communications

Today, TAIT announced the addition of the new TSM3 and TSM3e Remote Speaker Microphones.

The TSM3 and TSM3e are specifically engineered and built for critical communications, and form the perfect accompaniment for your Tait portable radio in challenging environments. According to TAIT, these new accessories are designed for use with the Tait TP3, TP9300, TP9400, TP9500 and TP9600 portable radios, and are analog and digital compatible.

Built Tait Tough, the TSM3 and TSM3e are rugged and weatherproof – IP67 rated for protection against water and dust – and they feature the distinct Tait water-shedding grille for further protection and reliability in wet conditions.

For easy access, TAIT fitted the TSM3 and TSM3e with a 360 degree rotating clip – enabling you to wear it where you need it, in the way you choose. They also feature a large, easily accessible PTT button and a programmable emergency key: assigning specific functionality to this key can significantly improve usability – important features can be made instantly accessible so they are used more often, allowing you to work more efficiently.

Furthremore, the TSM3 and TSM3e also feature a 3.5mm audio connector jack for ear pieces, so you can add a headset to hear better amid loud noises or discreetly receive calls of a sensitive nature. To make sure your voice is captured, they feature omnidirectional mics.

Differences between TSM3 and TSM3e

The differences between the TSM3 and TSM3e can be found in the speakers and cables of the devices. Where the TSM3 features a 4mm cable, the TSM3e sports a thicker, longer heavy duty 5mm cable to provide workers in tough environments with the ruggedness they need.

Another difference is that the TSM3e features a powerful 2W speaker as opposed to the TSM3’s 1W speaker to enable users that work in harsh and high-noise environments – where the ability to hear communications is essential – even louder audio.