Faro G2 Active Noise Reduction (ANR) is designed for helicopter pilots who want the quietest cockpit.
Using the newest sound technology, G2 Active noticeably reduces cockpit noise up to 52db. So you can fly longer, more comfortably, and in a quieter environment.
Faro G2 Helicopter Headset with Active Noise Reduction (ANR) reduces cockpit noise up to 52 dB.
The Faro G2 uses a combination of passive noise reduction (PNR) and active noise reduction technology (ANR) to reduce ambient noise in the Helicopter. Active noise reduction is achieved by placing a microphone inside the ear cup that listens to ambient noise and generates "anti-noise" into the speakers to cancel out unwanted ambient noise.
- Uses two AA batteries.
- Battery will last up to 30 hours depending on environment.
- Supports mono and stereo intercoms.
- Low battery is indicated by a flashing red LED light.
- Headset will operate as normal PNR headset with low or no battery power.
23 oz (650 g)
Speaker Frequency Response:
50 Hz to 20 kHz
95±5 dB SPL typical, measured at 1 kHz @ 1 mW @ full volume on KEMAR ear simulator
Microphone Bias Required:
8 VDC to 32 VDC through 150Ω to 1,000Ω
Microphone Frequency Response:
100 Hz to 5 kHz
-33±4 dB using 0 dB SPL=20.0 uPa @ 1 kHz with 10 VDC, 150Ω AC load as reference
up to 30 hr depending on battery type, age, ambient noise levels, and temperature
-4°F to 94°F (-20°C to 70°C)
-31°F to 167°F (-35°C to 75°C)