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EH-PM3-1027

Three-Wire T-Series Headset – Motorola MOTOTRBO mini, DEP, MTP, XIR, XPR

$96.00 (USD)

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Model
EH-PM3-1027

Description


Three-Wire T-Series Headset – Motorola MOTOTRBO mini, DEP, MTP, XIR, XPR

Specifications



  Electrical
Connector
Motorola DEP, MTP
Cable

Works With

Motorola DEP550
Motorola DEP570
Motorola DP2000
Motorola DP2400
Motorola DP2600
Motorola MTP3000
Motorola MTP3100
Motorola MTP3200
Motorola MTP3250
Motorola XiR P6600
Motorola XiR P6608
Motorola XiR P6620
Motorola XiR P6628
Motorola XPR3000
Motorola XPR3300
Motorola XPR3500

How to Wear


Remote PTT Diagram

Remote PTT

The Three-Wire, T-Series eadset offers an Auxiliary push to talk (PTT) port. Connect the remote PTT (sold separately) to the Aux PTT port on inline PTT. The cable is run inside or outside your clothing depending on your preference.

Wearing With Shirt Diagram

Wearing With Shirt

The Three-Wire, T-Series headset is worn with the earpiece over your ear. The remote microphone is clipped to the center of your shirt, clipped to the inside your shirt sleeve, or held in your hand. The inline PTT is clipped to the center of your shirt or other convenient location. The cable is run inside or outside your shirt depending on your preference.

Wearing With Vest Diagram

Wearing With Vest

The Three-Wire, T-Series headset is worn with the earpiece over your ear. The remote microphone is clipped to the center of your shirt, clipped to the inside your shirt sleeve, or held in your hand. The inline PTT is clipped to your vest near your shoulder or other convenient location. The cable is run inside or outside your shirt depending on your preference.

Design


  1. Radio connector
  2. Heavy-duty strain relief
  3. Inline push-to-talk button
  4. Remote push-to-talk jack
  5. Heavy-duty PTT clothing clip
  6. Push-to-talk
  7. Microphone
  8. Clothing clip
  9. Eartube earpiece
  10. Field-replaceable speaker
  11. Clothing clip
  12. Acoustic tube
  13. EarHugger® frame
  14. Mushroom Bud
  15. Open-Ear Insert

 Diagram