3M™ PELTOR™ ProTac™ III Headset

April 5, 2017

Hearing protection and situational awareness

Sudden loud or sharp noises (also known as impulse or impact noise) are attenuated instantly to help protect workers hearing from potentially harmful noise levels. The ProTac™ III Headset utilizes sound-limiting environmental microphones to monitor the surrounding environment, and when hazardous noises are present, the electronic circuit in the headset limits the speaker volume to 82 dB. Use as a traditional hearing protector, or increase the ambient sound level to one of five volume steps to minimize overprotection and improve your ability to hear warning signals, alarms and other sounds in machines and processes.

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