- Certified hearing protection according to EN 352
- CT-ASR (ambient sound reception)
- Soft ear pieces
- Available as BoomMike or EarMike version
NEW: CT-ClipCom Digital with CT-ComLink® technology
When ambient noise exceeds acceptable threshold levels and renders communication almost impossible, the use of a communications system offering hearing protection becomes imperative.
Natural perception of ambient sounds
The digital signal processor of the new in-ear communication system CT-ClipCom Digital processes and optimizes all incoming audio signals. The first-class ambient sound reception (CT-ASR = ambient sound reception) can be set to one of four levels of sensitivity and enables natural ambient sound.
If the noise level of ambient sounds is too high, the system regulates the threshold value down to 85 dB (A) for active hearing protection. Impulse sounds are reduced to a safe level, as is any interference noise. The advanced development of the CT-ClipCom Digital is available as flexible boom mike or ear mike variants. Both versions fulfill the requirements of the new EU Regulation 2016 / 425 with test basis EN 352 and may be used as personal protective equipment (PPE).
Requires no special equipment
CT-ClipCom Digital is not permanently attached to other protective equipment or headgear and doesn’t hinder their use. For use with heavy respiratory equipment, the ear microphone variant of the CT-ClipCom Digital is an outstanding choice. The ear microphone picks up speech directly in the ear canal and is less sensitive to interfering noises from the environment.
Many new CeoTronics products come with the new CT-ComLink® technology, which provides users with a range of interfaces or connectors to ensure they have maximum flexibility in their choice of headsets and radio equipment.
Automatic: optimal audio configuration
Thanks to the combination of the CT-ComLink® connector plug and intelligent connecting cables, connected headset systems are identified automatically and an optimal audio configuration is selected immediately. To ensure maximum operational reliability and safety for professional usage scenarios, the cables for connecting to the CT-ComLink® interface are also mechanically coded and visually marked. The interface – connectors and sockets – has IP66, IP67, and MIL-STD 810G certification, and is extremely resistant to environmental factors.
During the use of communication systems, protecting the users hearing is equally as important as the quality of voice trans-
mission. However, another crucial aspect is associated with in-ear communication systems: wearing comfort. CeoTronics provides certified, soft ear pieces for its systems. These can be worn comfortably underneath helmets and masks, and, unlike ear pieces made from hard plastic materials, also prevent unpleasant hardening of ear canal cartilage.
If personnel change, only the ear mold needs to be replaced in the CT-ClipCom Digital (also relevant in terms of good hygiene). This means that it is not necessary to purchase a complete personal system for each team member.