Field Hockey

New product

Wireless audio communication solutions for Field Hockey Umpires.

As the authorities on fair play and rule observance, Field Hockey umpires can leave nothing to chance. To reduce the risk of errors as much as possible, it is essential that they react in a quick and concerted manner.

It is in this context that ADEUNIS RF has developed Vokkero , a wireless communication system that permits referees to stay in permanent contact, with excellent sound quality even in the most noisy environments.

The VOKKERO® Squadra system was also adopted by Field Hockey umpires during the National Women's Championship that took place in Washington. They were impressed by the contribution the VOKKERO® Squadra system made to the whole officiating team. 

Kit 

Strong points

  • Continuous contact between referees.
  • From 2 to 6 users: suited to different refereeing configurations. 
  • Hands-free system: instant speaking with nothing to press. 
  • Patented noise filter: voice recognition and elimination of all extraneous noises (shouting and other crowd noise). 
  • Secure communication: digital encryption permitting totally private exchanges. 
  • Multi-channel: several systems can be used on the same site. 
  • Convenient size, light and rugged (IP54 norm). 
  • "Speaker mode" function: option of making public announcements & commenting on decisions affecting the game.

VOKKERO Field Hockey

VOKKERO Field Hockey

Technical specifications

  • Number of users 2 to 6 in full duplex mode + an unlimited number in listening mode 
  • Range Up to 800m (1/2 mile)
  • Channels 3 (Europe) - FHSS (US, Canada)
  • Battery life Up to 12 hours
  • Battery Rechargeable Li-Polymère 3.7V 1000mAh 
  • Frequencies 863-870MHz (Europe, South Africa ...) 902-928 MHz (USA, Canada, Australia...)
  • Power 10/200mW 
  • Weight 100g - 5.3 oz (battery included)
  • Dimensions 95 x 50 x 13mm (3.7’’ x 1.9’’ x 0.6 ‘‘) 
  • T° range -10/+50°C (14/122°F) 
  • Modulation GFSK 
  • Sensitivity -96dBm 
  • Technology TDMA 
  • Norms Europe: EN 300-220 / EN 301-357 / EN 300422 & USA: FCC Part 15 AS/NZS 426