The B90 Noise Cancelling Microphone with optional Securing Bracket is ideal for installation on vehicle platforms and naval main broadcast systems. Designed for use in all weather and fully ruggedised.
The only full Def Stan qualified tactical vehicle PA system currently in production. The Tactical Loudspeaker provides the ability to make public announcements from within the vehicle reducing the risk and de-escalating potentially violent confrontation.
Waterproof, blast-proof, shockproof and ATEX rated, our 4W Broadcast and Intercom Loudspeaker product range offer a versatile loudspeaker to meet your requirements. Our in-house design and engineering team are always available to adapt the speaker to meet your specific requirements.
Waterproof, blast-proof and shockproof, our Main Broadcast and Intercom Loudspeakers are both in current active service on fleets across the Royal Navies of the UK, Australia and New Zealand.
The Compact Talkback Submarine Loudspeaker us a watertight, pressure tight unit that can be mounted (without the need to be removed) in exposed areas such as the coming tower and dive chambers. Tested to the limit of operational shock depth in Rosyth by QinetiQ, the loudspeaker is a form, fit and function replacement for 5965-00-583-4106 – Permanent Magnet Loudspeaker.
The 3” 4W Rugged Loudspeaker unit is designed to deliver clear speech noisy environments. Currently in active service by NATO, UK, Australian, New Zealand and Canadian naval fleets.
Compliant with strict Military Standards, the Expeditionary Loudspeaker provides a local area broadcast capability for wheeled platforms or lighter platforms.
The neoprene covered Vitavox B60 Microphone is completely watertight, is intended for use in exposed conditions, especially IP rated for naval operations.
Tactical Communications & Hearing Protection Headsets
The ViTac family of communication and hearing protection headsets cover a wide spectrum of applications from submarine and surface fleet operators to armoured fighting vehicle crews and on-the-person dismounted operations. Variants of the headsets are currently in service throughout the globe and provide unrivalled industry leading capability levels of protection and communication.
Vitavox Battery-Powered Emergency Handset is based on previously employed handsets but with significant enhancements reflecting user requirements. Multiple handsets can be connected to a dual copper wire forming a stand-alone, non-interfering communication channel.
Our external Main Broadcast and Intercom Loudspeakers are currently in-service with the British, Australian and New Zealand Royal Navy’s. Available in both 15 and 30W, they are machined from solid aluminium allow for maximum durability.
A software defined system, the Vitavic 400 Central Communication Unit can be tailored to meet specific requirements.
Designed to work independently or combine with a variety of loudspeaker and PA systems, it is capable or supporting up to 6 connected radios and 26 users.
The V50A Headsets include active noise reduction system, talk-through capability with electronically compressed output level, passive mode capability as well as integrated MCU driver self-test mode, acoustic indication and voice operated audio output.
The VITAVIC 407 is a ruggedised internal vehicle and vessel volume-controlled loudspeaker capable of integration into the vehicle architecture, or as a standalone HQ speaker connected to organic radios.
The ViTac Communications PTT Unit can be specifically designed to meet user requirements such as automatic rebroadcasting, internal loudspeaker and channel selection switch.
The Unit is fully compatible with standard MOLLE fittings and is designed specifically for use with the ViTac Personal Headset.
Powered by a military standard 2590 battery, the VLS provides clear and highly intelligible communications at long distances. Designed to be carried on-the-person, the VLS provides a lightweight and highly capable broadcast solution.
A bespoke on the person volume-controlled loudspeaker, is a clip on ruggedised speaker designed to overcome voice communication constraints imposed on the wearer when wearing any form of CBRN Respirator. It is a rechargeable battery operated device, and connects via a 3.5mm Jack to the respirator’s speech module.
The Vitavox VQ90403 Standard Magnetic Loop Headset can be deployed as a ship’s main broadcast magnetic loop receiver system.
A passive in-ear reusable filter made with medical grade TPE, providing the user with unrivalled impulse protection, whilst simultaneously maintaining voice communications and situational awareness.
The Cross-Domain Router (CDR) and the Cross-Domain Switch (CDS) together provide a Cross Domain solution allowing audio integration of unclassified radios when connected in an accrediated internal communications system.