3M PELTOR Push-To-Talk (PTT) Adapter FL5012-02, 1 ea/cs

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Push-To-Talk adapters for Motorola Saber Series Radios - NATO Wired

Push-To-Talk (PTT) Adapter for Astro Sabre I, II, III -R (requires Motorola NTN5213C or NTN5664D) - NATO Wired


  • Adapter is designed to fit the size and shape of both right and left hands
  • Buttons recessed to reduce accidental activation
  • Clip on the backside can be twisted 360 degrees
  • TP-120 connection to the unit serves as a break-away connector for removal in emergency situations

 Adapter is compatible with Motorola XTS2500, XTS3000, XTS3500, XTS5000. 

UPC Code:  100930459313133M Catalog #:  FL5012-023M Stock#:  7000127381Previous 3M Stock #:  70071531050

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