Sennheiser HME 410-1 - Headsets for Tower Communications

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The HME 410-1 is a headset for air traffic control.

SENNHEISER HME 410-1 FEATURES
Amplifier/push-to-talk button
Excellent speech intelligibility
Extremely light
Two-piece headband ensures optimum comfort
Flip-away headphone allows single-sided listening
Noise-compensated condenser microphone ensures excellent speech transmission
Microphone can be worn on either left or right-hand side

SENNHEISER HME 410-1 SPECIFATIONS
Transducer principle (Headphones): dynamic
Ear coupling: supra-aural, open
Frequency response (headphones): 20.....18000 Hz
Characteristic SPL (1 kHz, 1 mW): 100 dB +- 3 dB
Nominal impedance: 600 Ohm per side
Load rating: 100 mW
THD, total harmonic distortion: < 1%
Contact pressure: approx. 2,5 N
Weight w/o cable: 130 g
Transducer principle (Microphone): back-electret noise-compensated condenser mic capsule
Frequency response (microphone): 100.....3400 Hz
Output voltage: 775 mV +- 3 dB (1kHz)
Impedance: 150 Ohm (min. Termination)
Operating voltage (stand alone): 8-24 V (10-16 mA)
Connection cable: 1,8 m, single-sided
Connector: 10 pin LEMO-connector

SENNHEISER HME 410-1 PACKAGE INCLUDES
1 HME 410-1
1 MZQ 2002-1 cable clip


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