THIS ITEM WAS ACQUIRED FROM A CITY COUNCIL/ MUNICIPALITY OLD ROLLING STOCK AUCTION
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The SuperMic's versatility allows an officer to use it in multiple ways, and with sophisticated electronics, the SuperMic does the switching automatically.
The SuperMic operates in three modes:
When off the motorcycle with his Helmet Kit plugged in, an officer hears and transmits over the portable radio using the speakers and microphone in the helmet. The SuperMic's push-to-talk button keys the radio.
When an officer unplugs the Helmet Kit, the SuperMic's microphone activates, allowing it to be used as a conventional speaker-mic.
When an officer plugs into the Motorcycle Cable Kit, the push-to-talk button on the motorcycle's handlebars keys the radio. In Portable Radio Only configurations, the officer transmits and receives over the portable radio; in Mobile + Portable Radio configurations, the officer automatically transmits and receives over the mobile radio.
Many of the SuperMic's electronics are surface mounted on proprietary circuit boards, yielding higher quality and durability.
The SuperMic's helmet connection provides a quick-release jack to improve officer safety.
Setcom offers the SuperMic in two models, the SuperMic and the SuperMic+, both of which work with all widely-used portable radios.
In addition to the versatility described above, the SuperMic+ allows an officer to mute its speaker. For Motorola JEDI Series portable radios, the SuperMic+ automatically mutes its speaker when the Helmet Kit is plugged in. For portable radios other than Motorola's JEDI Series, the SuperMic+ includes a three position toggle, allowing an officer to switch the speaker from "Hi" to "Low" to "Mute".
The SuperMic+ also includes a 2.5mm jack into which an officer can plug an earpiece, allowing him to discreetly monitor radio traffic when not wearing the helmet.
Both SuperMic models can be configured to work with or without a public address system.
30 DAYS WARRANTY