Iridium IntelliDOCK 9555 Docking Station

Iridium IntelliDOCK 9555 Docking Station


The Iridium IntelliDOCK 9555 Docking Station is the ideal accessory for the Iridium 9555 handset for various maritime, transport, or fixed site applications.


  • Integrated Bluetooth voice technology
  • Provides an integrated antenna, data and power connection
  • Docks the 9555 handset securely
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The IntelliDOCK 9555 is the ideal accessory for using the Iridium 9555 handset for various maritime, transport or fixed site applications.

The purpose built cradle simply docks the 9555 handset securely, providing an integrated antenna, data and power connection that makes it possible to keep all antenna cables and power permanently connected to the dock ready for use. The 9555 handset is easily inserted and removed by the press of a button on the top of the dock making it very easy to remove the 9555 for use out of the dock at anytime.


  • Integrated Bluetooth Voice technology
  • USB data Port
  • Inbuilt Ringer
  • 9 - 32V DC Input
  • Charges 9555 Handset
  • Optional Handset - Privacy mode
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