Two-way radios & Walkie Talkies For Security Companies
Choosing the correct two way radios and walkie talkies for yourself and your security team is a paramount concern for everybody involved in the security industry.
Regardless of whether you are working for yourself, running a team for a high profile event or providing contracted staff nationwide we have an option for you.
Keep reading to see some of our most popular walkie talkies and accessories which are used by security companies internationally.
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Two way Radio Accessories
The right two way radio accessory is important, as you will be using them over the course of an assignment. If your main concerns are comfort, discretion and quality of audio check out our suggestions below
- Shoulder holsters are one of the most covert and secure ways to carry a radio. Using a radio shoulder holster spreads the weight of a walkie talkie evenly for added comfort and their positioning means that radios are extremely well protected from most impact damage.
- The Max-60 three wire acoustic tube offers crystal clear audio in noisy environments and features a discreet lapel mic and an in sleeve PTT.
- Great for visible security guards; The Max-79 Fist mic means that you can operate your radios without having to unclip them and it is always in the perfect position to talk. Pair this with our Max-57 Listen only earpiece to allow for discreet communications
- Multi-Chargers reduce the amount of wires needed to run banks of multiple equipment and also make controlling your stock and maintenance simpler. Prices vary depending on the model of radio required.
Licence Free PMR-446 Two way radio
Licence Free or PMR-446 radios are the most common and low cost radios currently available used widely across the country. Their main advantages are that all PMR-446 Walkie talkies transmit on the same frequencies and do not require programming, For usage where secure communications are not an issue it is hard to beat a PMR-446 two way radio.
- The Max-555 Is a robust and compact PMR-446 Radio that meets with the rigours of use in a working environment.
- The Kenwood TK-3301 Protalk is rated to IP55 for resistance to moisture and impact
- The Motorola XTNi is a small and light radio with simple to use functions and high reliability.
Licensed PBR Two way Radio
Licenced Radios are the ideal choice for site security, and for mobile teams who need their own frequencies, with OFCOM licenses starting from £75 for a Five year UK General licence.
Licensed radios are able to transmit at higher powers than their Unlicensed counterparts and they can also operate with a base station allowing larger sites to get full coverage.
- The Max-728: Reliable, high powered and compact with prices that start from only £149.00+VAT
- Motorola CP040 compact and tough with Motorola's famous build quality
- Using a base station or talkthrough increases your range and keeps your team in contact
- Call us today to find out our best prices for Max-728 multipacks
Our Security Special comes complete with the basic items anyguard or operative may need to protect their radio and communicate safely.
- Max-728 Licensed radio
- Max-79 Rugged Fist Mic
- Max-57 Acoustic Tube
- US style Shoulder Holster
Custom Radio Communication Systems
Depending on your sites needs we can provide a site survey and help to create a bespoke system designed for you.
Examples of our engineering include:
- Two way Radio over IP for remote sites
- Repeaters and long range transmission
- Asset & personnel tracking
- Voice and transmission logging
- Night Vision & Surveillance equipment
- Personal camera recording
- Man down & Lone worker
- ShopWatch & Pubwatch radios
As these radios transmit on the Licensed PBR frequencies you will need to license their use with OFCOM.
The cost of purchasing an onsite License currently starts at £75 and may increase depending on the congestion in an area. For an additional fee when you purchase your equipment. We can organise your application to save you time and to make sure that the correct license arrives first time.
If you would like to take up these one of these offers contact us via email at email@example.com or call on us on: 0845 873 6250 to discuss your needs.