Sennheiser HMDC 372 - Headsets for Helicopters

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The HMDC 372 is a pilot's headset with closed ear protector headphones and NoiseGard active noise compensation for use in helicopters with low impedance systems

SENNHEISER HMDC 372 FEATURES
Constant attenuation of up to 40 dB throughout the entire audio range
Superior speech intelligibility
Electronics fully integrated into headphone capsules
Can be used as conventional headphones when supply voltage is switched off
Noise-compensated, low-resistance M-87/AIC dynamic boom microphone for superior speech transmission
5 year warranty

SENNHEISER HMDC 372 SPECIFATIONS
Transducer principle (Headphones): dynamic
Ear coupling: circumaural
Nominal impedance (active/passive): 50/35 Ohm-mono
Attenuation (active + passive): > 25 - 40 dB
Contact pressure: ca. 10 N
Weight w/o cable: 370 g
Transducer principle (Microphone): dynamic - M-87/AIC
Output voltage: 1.8 - 4 uV/74 dB at 5 Ohm
Operating temperature: -10 degC...+55 degC
Storage temperature: -55 degC...+55 degC
NoiseGard-Supply: 12 - 35 VDC, ca. 27 mA, max. 80 mA
Specials: NoiseGard on/off switch
Connection cable: coiled
Connector: U-174/U headphones & microphone, XLR-3 NoiseGard power, volume control for headphones
Frequency response (headphones): 45.....15000 Hz
Frequency response (microphone): 500.....4000 Hz

SENNHEISER HMDC 372 PACKAGE INCLUDES
1 HMDC 372 NoiseGard
1 x 3-pin socket for aircraft's internal power supply
1 carrying case for headset and accessories
1 MZQ 2002-1 cable clip


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  Saturday 25 May 2019       


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