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POA60 Large PTT

For throat-vibrating or bone-conduction earpiece.

    Product description

    The large POA60 PTT button for the handheld radios from the PD7 series makes communication easier for people wearing gloves. It has been designed so as to minimize the risk of accidentally pressing the PTT button. The POA60 can also be worn in pockets, under clothing, and even inside protective clothing.

    Other highlights:

    • Dustproof and waterproof in accordance with IP55
    • Withstands heat, cold, humidity, and chemicals
    • Does not burn or melt at high temperatures
    • Integrated jack socket (Nexus); headsets can be connected easily
    • Allows normal radio usage if there is no connection to a headset
    • Large PTT button, lightweight and slim design
    • Large and durable clip that is completely rotatable (360°)



    Technical data

    Weight (without clip)

    120 g


    76 x 17 mm

    Operating temperature range

    -25 to +85 °C (constant)


    82.0 x 56.0 x 32.2 mm


    120 g

    Storage temperature range

    -25 °C – 63 °C

    Relative humidity

    95%, 63 °C for 500 hours

    Protection against dust and moisture


    ESD, protection against electromagnetic interference

    EN 301 489-1, -18


    Socket for connecting headsets with 4-pin quick disconnect plug, suitable plug for connecting to the radio

    Features marked with * are available in future versions of the product.

    All technical data were tested according to the respective standards. Due to continuing development, technical changes are reserved.

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