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3M™ Peltor™ Lite-Com Pro II (Programmable Wireless Communication Headset)
(Part of National CERT Equipment Supply)
The new Peltor Lite-Com Pro II is a communication headset with high attenuation ear protection and a built-in short range communication radio for integration with industrial or other professional radio communication systems. The boom mounted noise cancelling microphone is adjustable in all directions. VOX function facilitates hands-free operation, while the PTT button makes it possible to communicate in extremely noisy areas, or whenever “push-to-talk” is wanted.
Up to 30 radio channels are programmable in the 403-430–470 MHz frequency range with Peltor Radio Software. The selective squelch function with CTCSS tones or DCS digital codes, allows multiple users to work on the same channel without listening to each others communication.
Despite the high noise attenuating cups for your hearing protection, it is also possible to hear important sounds from the surroundings, for instance warning tones or a call of distress. Two external microphones pick up the surround sound for internal reproduction in stereo.
The sound level from the speakers is limited to 82 dB, for a full day’s use of your headset without problems. You can also communicate with people standing close by in a noisy environment, without jeopardizing your hearing by lifting a cup. To further increase the possibilities for wireless communication you can connect external electronic equipment to your Lite-Com Pro headset, for example a cell phone, a communication radio or almost any other audio source.
There is also an accessory cable with a PTT button, enabling remote PTT control of the Peltor Lite-Com Pro II built-in radio.
Operating time is up to 17 hours, using the Peltor™ ACK08. The working range with maximum output power is up to 3 km outdoors depending on actual conditions.
Easy to use
There are only four conveniently positioned function keys to handle all settings. Internal voice messages confirm all changes of modes and settings. The last setting is stored when the unit is switched off.