The marine radio Sailor 7222 is not ready yet for advanced remote control.
You can still remote control your 7222 from “anywhere” in the world using the Internet or other IP connection. But with limited functions.
For a full remote control, see Sailor 6222.
The Sailor 7222 is a brand new radio (2022) and the remote control functions on the radio are not yet accessible for us to be able to build a remote control interface.
As soon as Sailor releases the remote control protocol, we will start the work to build a full remote control also for the 7222 model.
As with any other radio model, we can offer a universal interface. This will remote control the audio and the PTT over IP.
The radio can simultaneously be used as a standard radio with its control head, microphone and speaker.
Suitable Network Interface is 3130.
For other types of Sailor radios, please see this page.
Examples of use:
- Local use when several dispatchers want to share one radio
- Remote use where a dispatcher at one location want to talk to radio users at a different location
- Remote use where a dispatcher would like to connect to many radios at different sites
- CrossPatch between Marine radio channels and other two way radios, like analogue, IDAS, DMR, Tetra or PoC
Supported radio model:
One radio controlled local or remote from one
Two operators working with four remote marine radios and one DMR radio
Operators at different sites working with different types of radios