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Iridium Extreme

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The Most Durable and Rugged Satellite Phone on the Planet

The New Iridium Extreme 9575 Satellite Phone incorporates all of the very latest state of the art hand held technology available, and like it's name, it's built extremely tough.

This NEW Handheld is even more evolved and tougher than its predecessors the 9555 and 9505A, and that’s saying something. It’s the FIRST handheld satellite phone that has built in GPS tracking and an emergency SOS button.

This Handset is the only satellite phone offering a programmable GPS enabled one touch emergency SOS button. This service will alert your pre-programmed contact of your location and will create a two way network link to assist with the call.


What's in the Box?

Iridium Extreme 9575 satellite phone
Rechargeable Li-Ion battery
AC travel charger with international adapters
DC car charger
Magnetic vehicle mount antenna with 5’ cable
Leather holster
USB data cable
Hands-free earpiece with microphone
Adapter for USB, and power
Adapter for USB, power and external antenna with TNC connector
GEOS Programming and Testing Guide
Quick Start Guide

Iridium 9575 Handheld Satellite Phone

 

GEOS Monitoring Iridium Extreme


Features and Benefits

Size (L x W x D): 5.5" x 2.4" x 1.06"
Weight: 8.7 oz
Highest Ingress Protection in the industry: IP65
Mil-STD 810F durability
Rugged high-gain, internally stowed antenna with a top articulating design
Covered, programmable SOS button
Diamond-tread rubber grip and cinched waist, best in-hand ergonomics
Illuminated weather-resistant hard-capped keypad
Integrated speakerphone
Wind resistant microphone
Call timers to manage costs
PIN lock for security
Memory for storage of up to 100 names and numbers
Circuit-switched data (2.4 kbps; up to 13 kbps with compression)
Supports online tracking and Google mapping (tracking can be turned off and PIN protected)
GPS fix: latitude, longitude, altitude, age of fix, number of satellites
1 year manufacturer’s warranty



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