To remotely operate a crane or machine while still having both hands free for other tasks, that is the strength of using a waist transmitter such as the Tiger T12.
With a neck or waistbelt, this compact and versatile transmitter is always close at hand. It is no wonder that this attractively priced transmitter has been one of Tele Radio’s most successful solutions for years.
From now on, the T12 will continue its career under the name PrimaTEQ to better fit within the rest of the range of waist transmitters. The functionality, however, will remain the same.
New Name, Same Functionality
With a brand-new name for its smallest waist transmitter, Tele Radio aims to build a complete, recognizable, and logical product family structure. The PrimaTEQ, with the same functionality as the former Tiger T12, is the entry level class solution. Above the entry-level, we have the 24-centimeter wide VersaTEQ and the SupraTEQ with a width of 33 centimeters. The line of waist transmitters is characterized by a high degree of flexibility, reliability, and safety. The receivers offer a solution for different bus protocols, analog or digital, input and output. Tele Radio can thus meet all the market’s current needs.
High security level
Most of Tele Radio’s transmitters meet high safety requirements and thus contribute to more efficient and safer working under high-risk conditions, such as moving heavy loads. The certified safety stop is always within reach of the user. To guarantee the highest level of safety, the products are independently tested by recognized notified bodies. Certificates of this are always available on request.