Astro mobile qd cable

 

The Game Boy is Nintendo's second handheld system following the Game & Watch series introduced in 1980 and it combined features from both the Nintendo Entertainment System and Game & Watch. [9] It was either bought as a standalone unit or bundled with the puzzle game Tetris . [10]

During its early lifetime, the Game Boy mainly competed with Sega 's Game Gear , Atari 's Lynx , and NEC 's TurboExpress . The Game Boy beat its rivals and became a tremendous success. [11] The Game Boy and its successor, the Game Boy Color , [7] have sold over 118 million units worldwide. Upon the Game Boy's release in the United States, it sold its entire shipment of one million units within a few weeks. [12] The Game Boy and Game Boy Color were discontinued in the early 2000s in favor of the subsequent Game Boy Advance , released in 2001. [13]

The Game Boy has four operation buttons labeled "A", "B", "SELECT", and "START", as well as a directional pad . [14] There is a volume control dial on the right side of the device and a similar knob on the left side to adjust the contrast . [15] At the top of the Game Boy, a sliding on-off switch and the slot for the Game Boy cartridges are located. [16] The on-off switch includes a physical lockout to prevent users from either inserting or removing a cartridge while the unit is switched on. Nintendo recommends users leave a cartridge in the slot to prevent dust and dirt from entering the system. [17]

Astro mobile qd cable

Signal - 2 wire clear tube Earpiece with PTT (Push to Talk) Motorola Radios Accessories

  • Earpiece with in-line PTT button & microphone
  • Surveillance audio tube
  • Can be shared by changing the clear silicon ear tip (see replacement parts )
  • Clear audio coil tube Black tube optional
  • Clothing clip
Retail Price: $39.95

Star - Single wire clear tube Earpiece with PTT (Push to Talk) - Motorola Radio Accessories

  • Earpiece with in-line PTT button & microphone
  • Surveillance audio tube
  • Can be shared by changing the clear silicon ear tip (see replacement parts )
Retail Price: $39.95

STEALTH - 3 wire Earpiece with PTT - Motorola Radio Accessories

  • Microphone, PTT and earpiece are separated
  • Lapel microphone with clothing clip
  • Ring finger PTT Button
  • Coiled audio tube for covert communication
  • Junction box with strain relief and strong thick cable
Retail Price: $69

The Game Boy is Nintendo's second handheld system following the Game & Watch series introduced in 1980 and it combined features from both the Nintendo Entertainment System and Game & Watch. [9] It was either bought as a standalone unit or bundled with the puzzle game Tetris . [10]

During its early lifetime, the Game Boy mainly competed with Sega 's Game Gear , Atari 's Lynx , and NEC 's TurboExpress . The Game Boy beat its rivals and became a tremendous success. [11] The Game Boy and its successor, the Game Boy Color , [7] have sold over 118 million units worldwide. Upon the Game Boy's release in the United States, it sold its entire shipment of one million units within a few weeks. [12] The Game Boy and Game Boy Color were discontinued in the early 2000s in favor of the subsequent Game Boy Advance , released in 2001. [13]

The Game Boy has four operation buttons labeled "A", "B", "SELECT", and "START", as well as a directional pad . [14] There is a volume control dial on the right side of the device and a similar knob on the left side to adjust the contrast . [15] At the top of the Game Boy, a sliding on-off switch and the slot for the Game Boy cartridges are located. [16] The on-off switch includes a physical lockout to prevent users from either inserting or removing a cartridge while the unit is switched on. Nintendo recommends users leave a cartridge in the slot to prevent dust and dirt from entering the system. [17]

The Dispatcher is talking on the telephone and has a radio call coming in. He excuses himself with the person on the phone; then pushes down on the footswitch .  Pushing on the footswitch enables the radio communication and puts the phone call on hold.  Releasing the footswitch allows the dispatcher to continue the phone conversation on the other line. A colored light lets' the dispatcher know if he is speaking on the phone or the radio.  The Conductor equipment is time saving, stress free and unique.   It works with all phones, all radios, all headsets.  Once you try it you won't believe you worked without it before.

Select a switch option Conductor with Hand Grip - $815 Conductor with Foot switch - $880 Conductor Cordless - $1095 Conductor box alone - $665 Hand grip alone - $150 Foot switch alone - $215
 

The Conductor Dispatcher's boxs works with all radios - some of the radio models we work with are below. A custom Cable is made to connect our Conductor Switch to your radio - depending on the model prices range from $38 to $99 :