Vehicular Kit - Iridium 9575 - Phone Not Included
The most compact Iridium satellite phone to date. This compact and rugged communicator offers global coverage -- including the polar regions, GPS location and an emergency SOS button.
PHONE NOT INCLUDED
Vehicular Kit for the Iridium 9575
Staying connected everywhere and in every situation has never been more crucial. The Iridium network provides access to voice and data anywhere on the globe, but requires a line of sight connection that isn’t always available. SatStation docks take the power of Iridium the rest of the way home. The SatStation Extreme Dock Bluetooth provides Iridium 9575 Extreme satellite phone users access to the Iridium network indoors, below decks, in their vehicle or on board their aircraft.
The Extreme Dock is engineered specifically for the Iridium 9575, integrating with the phone’s Emergency SOS feature to maximize safety. The dock both charges the 9575 and connects to an external antenna using the connector on the bottom of the phone, eliminating the need for additional cables and adapters. Equipped with an automatic stereo muting feature and car ignition connection, this dock is a ready-to-go vehicular solution. With its cutting edge background noise filter and echo canceling technology, the Sat Station Extreme Dock offers unmatched quality in satellite communication!
How It Works: SatStation users simply slip their Iridium satellite phone into the docking station cradle and connect the power and antenna cables. The cradle securely holds the phone and connects it to an external antenna. While the phone is in the cradle the battery is charged. The Iridium phone’s key pad is used to make and receive calls in hands free mode. The phones 12Vdc car charger or AC charger plugs into the dock to allow it to be charged.
Docking Car Installation Diagram:
1) Junction Box (12vdc)
2) Visor Mic (handles extreme background noise)
3) 10 Watt Loud Speaker
4) Stereo Mute
5) Optional Privacy Handset
6) Iridium 9575 docking cradle
7) External Magnet Mount Antenna