Safco SMRTSAM Cellular Mobile Telephone System

Safco SMRTSAM Cellular Mobile Telephone System
Safco SMRTSAM Cellular Mobile Telephone System
Safco SMRTSAM Cellular Mobile Telephone System
Safco SMRTSAM Cellular Mobile Telephone System
Safco SMRTSAM Cellular Mobile Telephone System
Safco SMRTSAM Cellular Mobile Telephone System
Safco SMRTSAM Cellular Mobile Telephone System
Safco SMRTSAM Cellular Mobile Telephone System
Safco SMRTSAM Cellular Mobile Telephone System
Safco SMRTSAM Cellular Mobile Telephone System
Safco SMRTSAM Cellular Mobile Telephone System
Safco SMRTSAM Cellular Mobile Telephone System
Safco SMRTSAM Cellular Mobile Telephone System
Safco SMRTSAM Cellular Mobile Telephone System
Safco SMRTSAM Cellular Mobile Telephone System
Safco SMRTSAM Cellular Mobile Telephone System
Safco SMRTSAM Cellular Mobile Telephone System
Safco SMRTSAM Cellular Mobile Telephone System
Safco SMRTSAM Cellular Mobile Telephone System
Safco SMRTSAM Cellular Mobile Telephone System
Safco SMRTSAM Cellular Mobile Telephone System
Safco SMRTSAM Cellular Mobile Telephone System
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Safco SMRTSAM Cellular Mobile Telephone System

Year: 1991

Standard: AMPS 800
Factory Code: n/a
TAC: n/a
Notes: This is a really unusual and rare suitcase phone. It is a combination of mobile phone and has connections for computers and printers. The integrated mobile phone is from Motorola and the handset is identical to the DynaTAC 6000X (SCN2133A). Of these devices certainly not very many were built. Overall, the suitcase weighs about 20 lbs.

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Safco Corporation Company profile:


Founded in 1936 as A.G. Busch & Company, the company is credited with the development of the cigarette lighter adapter plug. This invention, coupled with other innovative designs, created a line of low-voltage products for the electronics, automotive, hardware and marine markets under the Safco® trademark, which became a recognized symbol of quality throughout the world.


In 1972, Bruce Creger and Richard Wharton acquired A.G. Busch and later changed the name to "Safco" to leverage brand awareness. Safco has become the largest and premier supplier of low-voltage (3-60VDC) power cord sets, but also developed new technology in communication and navigation systems as well as diagnostic test equipment for the emerging cellular industry. It was during this period that the company entered the marketplace.



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