HME 46

ATC headset with electret microphone. Can be operated in 2-channel mode. Open headphone design. Superb wearing comfort due to patended two-piece automatic headband and soft ear pads.
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Overview

The HME 46 is a very lightweight and comfortable open boomset. It is ideal for air traffic control. The headset is equipped with ActiveGard© (not including HME 46-31), which protects controllers from the effects of an acoustic burst.


Features

  • Extemely light weight

  • Superb wearing comfort due to patended two-piece automatic headband and soft ear pads

  • Flip-away headphone allows single-sided listening

  • Flexible microphone boom, can be worn on either left or right-hand side

  • Noise-compensated condensor microphone ensures excellent speech transmission

  • Single-sided cable, length 1.85 m, easy to exchange

  • Also available with PTT

  • ActiveGard safeguards the user from the effects of an acoustic burst


What's in the box?

  • Headset HME 46
  • Cable clip
  • Wind and pop screen
  • user manual

Technical Data

  • Color
    black
  • Frequency response (Microphone)
    100 - 12,000 Hz
  • Transducer principle (Microphone)
    Electret-microphone, noise-compensated - BKE 46
  • Frequency response (Headphones)
    20 - 14,000 Hz
  • Characteristic SPL
    98 dB SPL (1 kHz, 1 mW) / 86 dB SPL (1 kHz, 1 V)
  • Contact pressure
    3 N
  • Connection cable
    single-sided round cable, length 1.85 m, open ends
  • Transducer principle
    dynamic, open
  • Weight
    w/o cable: 447 g
  • Min. terminating impedance
    150 - 2,200 Ohm
  • Storage temperature
    -55 °C... +70 °C
  • Operating temperature
    -15 °C... +55 °C
  • Output voltage
    400 mV at 114 dB SPL, 80 mV/PA (adjustable from 17 to 100 mV/Pa)
  • Operating voltage (stand alone)
    8 - 16 VDC

FAQ

  • Why is it a good idea to have a mic gain adjustment on your microphone?

    The microphone gain adjustment on a microphone gives the technician the ability to make adjustments for minor anomalies that may occur. While the microphone may work fine often a small adjustment may make a big difference in the total performance of the microphone.



    HME 46-3-6 ( #500467 )
  • Microphone Gain Control

    Microphone Gain Control is a  level control on a microphone preamplifier that sets gain and is used to prevent overload of a preamplifier.



    HME 46-3-6 ( #500467 )

Downloads

  • Instruction Manual
  • EU Declaration of Conformity
    • EU Declaration of Conformity HME_46_series (510 KB) Download

  • Digital Brochures
WARNING (for California residents only): This product can expose you to chemicals including lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects and other reproductive harm. For more information go to: www.p65warnings.ca.gov.