Radio Communications with the Best Brands
Radio communication experts, Newlands are proud to be your local dealers for Tait, Hytera and GME land and marine radios SHOP ONLINE
Whatever your needs, be it in the truck, on the farm, in the factory or four wheel driving, contact us.
Newlands staff have expert knowledge in short-range radio communications, and can pack and post New Zealand-wide.
TOP: TM9315 Vehicle Radio
Professional level mobile radio.
Lone worker functionality so another great option to improve worker safety.
RED: TP9360 Portable Radio
Professional, rugged portable radio.
Improve worker safety with smart features such as man down, loan worker & GPS functionality.
Coloured options available at no extra cost.
ORANGE: TP3300 Portable Radio
Base level professional portable radio, great for hunters & farmers needing reliable comms.
Customisable front panel, choose from a range of colours & keypad options.
Radio Communications could save the day!
Time is crucial when an accident occurs. One of the many safety features on leading Tait radios is the Man Down functions.
This means that if someone falls and gets hurt, and for whatever reason can’t call for help themselves, dispatch will automatically receive notification.
The GPS in the portable radio can guide the rescue operation, ensuring medical care arrives on the scene as quickly as possible.
Newlands can get you connected via the Vital network. ** www.vital.co.nz
In business for over 20 years, Vital aims to provide the most connected, seamless, integrated networks and absolute coverage even in the most remote locations.
With coverage throughout NZ, Vital’s digital radio network offers clear communications – even in remote areas. Features like GPS tracking, emergency alerts and text messaging make digital radio a valuable tool for keeping teams safe and connected.
Vital’s analogue Land Mobile Radio network, FleetLink, is perfect for businesses that want to communicate via voice. Last year, Vital upgraded 76 core FleetLink sites to futureproof the network and ensure customers can use their analogue radio equipment for many years to come.