3M Peltor ProTac III - Helmet Mount
Hearing protection: Protection against noise without isolation- Helmet clamping version
- Earmuff hearing protection
- Level dependent function
- Stereo sound quality
- 5 levels of adjustment
- Robust design
Internal ref: PELPROTAC3P3E
Noise protection while being at your work environment
The 3M Peltor Pro Tac III Helmet Mount keeps employees protected from loud noise without isolating them from the surrounding environment.
The Peltor ProTac III earmuffs allow you to focus on your work and communicate with peers, while at the same time providing excellent hearing protection. Thanks to the level dependent function and stereo sound quality you will be better able to hear ambient sounds and determine, for example, the direction of an alarm, warning shouts, vehicle movements and more.
The dependence levels instantly attenuates sudden loud sounds, helping to protect your hearing from harmful noise. It reduces all constant and potentially harmful noise to below 82dB, but you can speak and listen normally. With 5 levels of sound adjustment for use in difficut environments, these earmuffs end the hassle of having to remove helmets to maintain contact with collegues or surroundings.
Helmets feature a standard 3.5 mm jack socket, so you can connect to a mobile phone to listen to music and receive mobile signal directly into the earmuffs. You can also connect compatible wireless communication devices.
Thanks to intelligent technology and ease of use, the new Peltor ProTac III adapt to all situations. The robust design and protection against moisture and sweat allow use these earmuffs in the most demanding environments.
- Headband version
- SNR 32 attentuation rate
- Level-dependent function for ambient listening
- 3.5mm listen only stereo input
- Voice guided menu system
- Protection against harmful noise
- Auto power off
- Low battery warning
In the box
- 3M Peltor Pro Tac III - Helmet Mount
|Ear Defender Type||Connects to walkie talkies or mobiles|
|Wearing style||With helmet attachment|
|Level dependent active listening||With level dependent active listening|