Peltor MT7H7F470-50 Lite-Com Pro communication headset
The new Peltor Lite-Com Pro 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 noise cancelling microphone is mounted on a new microphone boom type. 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 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.
- Has a built-in active-volume function that lets you hear ambient sound: conversation, machine sounds and warning signals
- Weak sounds can even be amplified, so you hear them better than you would without hearing protectors; Sudden impulse noises at harmful levels are immediately attenuated
- The right shell has a control panel with a large LCD display that shows your current settings
- An electronic voice tells you what settings you are adjusting, so you do not have to take off the headset to check
- When unused, the set automatically switches off after two hours to save the batteries
- An auxiliary input lets you connect a cellular phone or external com radio, regardless of the frequency
- For safety reasons, the external system has signal priority
- You can also connect a CD player or FM radio and listen to news and music
- Operating time is up to about 40 hours, depending on the type of battery and mode of use. Standard 1.5 Volt size AA batteries is accepted, except for use in explosive areas, where a specific batteries or the special rechargeable accumulator ACK05 from Peltor should be used.
- Working range with maximum output power is up to 3 km outdoors, however depending on actual conditions.
|Single Number Rating, SNR, is calculated according to EN ISO 4869-2:1995 with a=1.
It shall be applied to C-weighted noise level measurements to estimate the A-weighted noise level effective to the ear when hearing protectors are worn.