Designed for Military, Public-Safety Vehicles, and Marine Vessels
David Clark engineers designed a new rugged intercom headset system with the introduction of the Series 9100. The new digital architecture provides clear communications and single or multi-channel programming for any number of users.
System components include a variety of noise-cancelling headsets, master station, user gateways, and wireless belt stations. They are manufactured with marine grade parts and are watertight when possible. The 9100 headsets are not compatible with the older Series 9900 wireless intercom system.
Scalable System Provides 2-Way Radio Interface for Unlimited Users
Series 9100 Digital Headsets feature an integrated momentary PTT switch located at the microphone bracket. The PTT switch is easy to find and convenient when you need to adjust the location of the noise-cancelling boom mic.
Headset NRR ratings are 23 decibels for the over-the-head style H9130 and behind-the-head style H9140.
The C91-20RD interface cable is used to interface a marine or mobile radio. The cable is unterminated at the radio end so that the installer can choose the correct connector.
David Clark Company recently announced a new line of rugged headsets with low energy Bluetooth 4.0 wireless connectivity.
The Aurora Class HBT Series include marine grade hardware, comfort gel ear seals, and a USB charging cable. All HBT models provide 23dB NRR (Noise Reduction Rating) for excellent hearing protection.
There are 3 different styles and all carry a 12 month warranty. The HBT-30 has a headband for wearing over-the-head and the HBT-40 has a neckband for use with hardhats. Both utilize a M-55 noise-cancelling electret microphone.
The HBT-60 is also a behind-the-head style and is identical to the HBT-40 except it lacks the microphone. This is a listen-only headset for users who only need one-way communications.
Compatible With Smartphones and Bluetooth Radio Adapters
The HBT series headsets are designed to work with any standard Bluetooth smart device or 2-way radio adapter. HBT headsets use a rechargeable battery that provides up to 80 hours of continuous listening or 140 hours on standby. Range is up to 30 feet from the two-way radio adapter or smartphone.
All HBT headsets are RoHS Compliant, FCC Approved, and made in the USA.
South Bowers Volunteer Fire will now perform emergency rescues in the Kent County salt marshes with a new airboat equipped with David Clark wireless mission-critical communications. The system will provide hands-free, wireless intercom for the crew and will also integrate with the Delaware 800 MHz statewide first-responder system.
David Clark 9900 Wireless Intercom and Motorola APX 7500 Radio Integration
The new David Clark 9900 Series wireless gateway system is weather tight, rugged, and designed for marine use. It easily integrates with a Motorola APX 7500 700/800/VHF P25 capable radio and will connect to a 3800 wired system if needed.
Wireless Intercom System Components, Key Features, and Installation
The South Bowers David Clark system uses four H9940 dual muff, behind-the-head style headsets each with a 9910-BSW wireless belt station with VOX. This design provides hands-free intercom for the crew and the ability to monitor radio traffic from the boat’s APX 7500 radio. The belt station has a PTT (push-to-talk) switch for transmitting. The U9922-38 wireless gateway acts as a repeater and provides up to 300 ft range using clear DECT based technology.
The belt stations use 40688G-90rechargeable batteries that are removable and last approximately 24 hours after a full charge. A A99-04CRG 110V AC charger will hold 4 batteries and takes about 3-4 hours when fully depleted. David Clark has several 9900 Series headset styles a full range of accessories, interface cables, and antenna choices. The APX radio uses an 05 control head and motorcycle options for improved outdoor performance.
A weatherproof NEMA box was added for better protection and installation was completed at our Dover service facility on Horsepond Road. The David Clark 9900 wireless headset intercom system is an excellent choice for fire/ems, military, and marine applications. Our thanks to South Bowers Station 57 for the opportunity to provide the first David Clark 9900 Series intercom in Delaware.