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E R A D wireless voice release

Discussion in 'For Sale' started by ERAD, Jun 3, 2009.

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  1. ERAD

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    E R A D manufactures a Voice Controlled Wireless Release Transmitter and
    Receiver for use in the Clay(s) shooting industry. This system provides
    complete control and programming for Trap shooting, Skeet shooting, Five
    Stand, Sporting Clays, Custom, and Outdoor (Personal back yard systems), etc.
    The system is designed to provide Clubs and Individuals significant benefits
    over the current systems available and major benefits over manual pulling of
    the clays.

    The XT2004 transmitter is the size of a credit card and a little over one
    quarter of an inch thick. It contains an "LCD" (Liquid Crystal Display) for the
    displaying of data to the shooter and a 16 position "Keypad" for control and
    data entry. Access to any given transmitter is through a personal "PIN" number
    limiting access to the individual owner. It is powered by 2 ea. "2450" button
    cell batteries, available from most all grocery stores, drug stores, Wal-Mart,
    Target type stores etc. Battery life expectancy is in excess of 1 year. The
    RC2004 receiver is approximately 6" x 4" x 1 1/2" thick, and is installed by simply connecting it in place of the pull cord. The receiver does NOT require
    batteries or any external power, and may be permanently installed.

    Installation of the XT2004 transmitter typically is by clipping to the user's
    collar on the opposite side from the gun. The transmitter weighs a mere 1.80
    Ounces, including batteries and the Velcro clip. If you would like additional
    information please contact us at eradusa@earthlink.net Thanks Greg Baack
    817-244-1761
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    XT2004: Transmitter ea $189.00 USD

    RC2004-002v: Receiver (plug not included) $697.00 USD

    Typical system: 5 ea Transmitters/1 ea Receiver $1662.00 USA

    Delivered anywhere within the continential USA

    Plus any applicable taxes or additional items, carrying case etc.

    Wholesale (Including Clubs) Contact Factory:

    NOTE: Contact factory for custom priced Sporting Clays receivers and 5 Stand receivers.

    For complete pricing/data please email us at eradusa@earthlink.net
  3. ric3677

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    These are the future....plain and simple. They work far better than anything else out there.
    No cross calls from the hog callers...(ex hog caller here) You can even talk a bit without setting off targets, if you talk in a normal tone. (don't forget you have ear plugs in, it makes you louder than normal) and they can be programed to do just about anything you want. No fussing with the mics and stands in Handicap, walk up to your yardage and call pull.....simple.

    Come to the Montana State Shoot in 2010 and find out for yourself.

    Rick in Mt.
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    How do you keep people from walking off with $189 by mistake (or not by mistake)?

    Don Verna
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    Don,
    We have a rack under the scorer's table that all the calls get put it. It's pretty simple idea, when the guys/gals come up to look at their scores they are reminded to put them away or give them to the next squad. And we watch the shooters as they walk to the next trap and sometimes they need a gentle reminder that they are still wearing the call.

    To take it home on purpose would serve no means. They won't work without the unit plugged into the trap. They can't buy one without contacting ERAD and they won't sell to someone that isn't in their records.

    We have had people take the control unit on the Canturbury's cordless home..Yeah the great big on off control. Put it in his vest pocket and didn't know until someone called him. Anything can happen.

    Knock on wood....we still have all of ours.

    Rickyd
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