Vitavox has supplied worldwide defence organisations with loudspeakers, handsets and microphones since 1931. Vitavox, now a division of Secomak Ltd, continues to be one of the UK's most prominent defence communications manufacturers, specialising in rugged specification audio equipment.
The VITAVIC 400 is a fully software-defined (SD) combat-proven technical solution for tactical communications both inside and outside all military, paramilitary and light strike armoured vehicles and platforms. The VITAVIC 400 incorporates effective digital audio signal processing, and allows any type of radio or headset to be used when required.
It is the optimum solution for personnel wanting the choice of using a number of different tactical headsets and combat net radios (CNRs), and provides safe and unfailing communications in urban warfare.
The VITAVIC 400's modular design concept ensures a fully-operational intercom, optimally adjusted for light or heavy, wheeled or tracked armoured vehicles. This SD tactical intercom may be configured to accommodate a number of different platforms; from two users needing two CNRs, to larger infantry fighting vehicles where up to 21 (13 with full radio access) users and six CNRs may be required.
The Vitavox Outacom patented communications system is an extremely rugged, powerful, military-proven, and multiple speech input system. The system can also be combined with the Vitavox main broadcast loudspeaker unit.
It integrates with all standard internal communication systems and gives authorised personnel the tactical ability to talk to people within a 250m radius.
The main purpose of the communication system is to reduce the risk of unintended civilian or military casualties by providing the opportunity to reason audibly with suspected troublemakers in their own language, before committing to further military engagement
Outacom Communications System has a failsafe function to enable isolation from internal communications systems to prevent unintended output.
The Vitavox Outacom system can be uniquely deployed as either a plug-and-play addition to existing vehicle communications systems or in a standalone configuration. Its speech inputs include a patented secure interconnectivity with internal communications systems, separate rugged microphones, flash memory, MP3 and secure radio.
It can be configured to meet all security protocols yet remains easy and intuitive to use. A portable version is also available.
On land, this main broadcast loudspeaker is incorporated into a Vitavox Outacom system, as a plug-and-play aid to enable protected crew members to achieve audio contact with potential enemies. This extremely rugged main broadcast loudspeaker is blast-proof, waterproof and shockproof to IP67 and 70G.
Vitavox supplies two types of hand held military-grade microphones; the B60 torch style microphone, which is ATEX approved and the B90 Noryl ergonomic, waterproof or noise cancelling microphone.
Vitavox military-grade microphones, complete with press-to-speak switch, are fully watertight (except for the noise-cancelling version) and fully protected against shock and vibration that may be encountered in harsh military operational environments.
All Vitavox microphones can be supplied with alternative cabling and optional storage solutions.
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