Sourced from quality manufacturers, our own branded (AVIATIONEU NEA ERA) aviation headsets are offered in different series outlined below, each with PNR and ANR models for airplanes and helicopters.
Models for airplanes and other General Aviation uses come with PJ-055/PJ-068 dual plugs while those for helicopters come with a military grade U174 plug.
With their competitive prices, advanced design and features, quality materials and rigid construction, AVIATIONEU NEA ERA headsets combine performance, functionality and comfort to provide cost effective solutions for every need. ANR models (*) are offered with or without Bluetooth capability to enjoy music and mobile communications. All our headsets are accompanied by our Certificate of Conformance and 12-months manufacturer warranty.
AVIATIONEU NEA ERA 100 Series of aviation headsets includes PNR model 100 for airplanes and 100H for helicopters with 23dB and 24dB noise reduction ratings respectively. These are Low cost, entry level headsets, ideal for General Aviation pilots and flight schools.
This series also includes ANR 100A models of aviation headsets for airplanes with a 29dB noise reduction rating. They are offered without or with Bluetooth capability, indicated by the letters "BT" in the product reference number (SKU).
AVIATIONEU NEA ERA 100/100A aviation headsets are offered in multiple colors to meet pilots' style requirements: Grey/Black (Stocked) and Green/Pink/Red/Yellow/Blue (On Demand as special order).
Product Features (Depending on selected model):
Fully adjustable spring steel headband, half gel/half foam (or optionally, full gel) ear pads, a low-profile volume control knob, noise-canceling electret (or optionally, dynamic) microphone with a 270 deg. spring tension boom, clear hear audio speakers, a small AA battery box with toggle switch (*) and GA dual plugs for airplanes or U174/U plug for use in helicopters.
AVIATIONEU NEA ERA 100/100A Series Headset Features and Model Differentiations:
Passive noise reduction (PNR) headset with electret microphone (Models 100/100H)
Noise Reduction Rating (NRR): PNR 23dB (Models 100/100H)
Active noise reduction (ANR) headset with electret microphone (Model 100A)
GA use dual plugs (Models 100/100A)
Helicopter use U174/U Plug (Model 100H)
Noise-canceling electret microphone (or optionally, dynamic microphone)
Strong flexible boom for perfect microphone adjustment
Fully adjustable spring steel headband (Model 100A)
Super soft foam head pad
Half gel and half foam ear pad (Models 100/100H)
Low-profile volume control knob
Small AA battery box with toggle switch (Model 100A)
Clear Hear performance audio speakers (Model 100A)
Weight: 530 g
Available in different colors:GreyBlack (Stocked) and Green/Pink/Red/Yellow/Blue (On Demand)
Manufacturer Warranty: 12 months
AVIATIONEU NEA ERA 100/100A Series Headset Specifications and Model Differentiations:
Type: Dynamic (F50)
Frequency Response:100Hz to 8 kHz
Sensitivity:95+/-5 dB SPL (1 kHz, 1 mW input per earcup side)
Full volume on ear simulator
Impedance:150 ohms (300 ohms each; wired in parallel)
Max. Input: 250mW
Microphone and Amplifier:
Element Type: Noise-canceling electret
Frequency Response:100Hz to 5 kHz
Operating Voltage (supplied by aircraft ):8-32 Volts DC
Matching Impedance: 150-1000 ohms
Sensitivity:-33+/-4 dB (ref: 0dB SPL=20.0uPa at 1 kHz with 10 Vdc 150 ohms AC load)
Operating Temperature: -20 to 70 °C
Cordage (from headset to Intercom connection plug): Straight cord 130 cm (Model 100) / 150 cm (Model 100A)
Cordage (from headset to Intercom connection plug): RAN-1000AH Coiled cord 70 cm (Model 100AH)
Earphone Plug: PJ-055 ( .25"F6.3 phone plug)
Microphone Plug: PJ-068 ( .206"F5.2 phone plug)
Weight: 530g (Model 100) / 570g (Model 100H)
Headset size range height: 10 to 14 cm
Boom: Spring tension boom
Noise Reduction Specifications:
Attenuation Frequency Band: 20Hz~20KHz
Main Attenuation Frequency Band: 20Hz~600Hz
Attenuation Capability: 18~21dB
Power Consumption: 30 mW
Headset size range height: 10 to 14 cm
(*) The headset will shut off automatically when unplugged from the battery box, manually turned off from the toggle switch or when the radio or avionics master switch is turned off. Aircraft equipments or intercoms should be working when ANR function is in use. ANR function is powered by a 9V battery from supplied battery box (not equipments or intercoms). When the battery power is low, the red LED indicator will flash. The Active Noise Reduction will cease to operate after one hour.