Hard Wired and Dash Mounted Universal Cradle with Antenna Connector
- 12V charger via mini/micro USB cable (Suits all new HTC, Motorola, Sony Ericsson, Nokia, Blackberry, etc.)
- High performance passive induction antenna connection (FME Male)
- Available with a device specific charger for an additional $12.50
- Max width 85mm
Next time you're out-and-about look around you - every day thousands of Australians use external antennas to enjoy uninterrupted voice calls, fast 3G internet, and eliminate blackspots. If you're in a rural, hilly, low signal area, or you can't get a good signal indoors or in the car there's no need to tear your hair out over important phone calls dropping out half way - an external antenna is often all you need. This high performance cradle is designed specifically for the phone, and it's quick installation makes for a fast way to improve mobile service.
This universal cradle is designed to be installed into the vehicle and the power cord is connected to the vehicle fuse panel or battery.
Smoothtalker cradles are reknown for their low loss inductive antenna coupling, ensuring the highest possible passive signal boost for your mobile phone. The universal FME Male connector means your new cradle will work with any standard mobile phone antenna without the need for messy adapters or patch leads.
This superbly engineered cradle from SmoothTalker® features a robust full size phone holder with an adjustable swivel dash dash mount, Mini USB and Micro USB (Apple( NOT 5C), HTC, Nokia or Samsung adaptor cable optional) phone charging facility via any cigarette lighter power source and an high performance induction antenna coupler. The swivel mounting bracket is adjustable in three planes. This holder has an external antenna connector with an FME male end. Desktop 240V/12V Power pack available.
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