USSOCOM selects Invisio systems
Invisio announced that its V60 communications solution has been selected by the US Special Operations Command for the Communication Accessory Suite Land (CASL) programme.
The system includes the Invisio X5 in-ear headset with the Invisio V60 control unit and a selection of Invisio IntelliCables for seamless connection to a variety of radios and other communications equipment.
The X5 headset is designed for Invisio's range of control units. The headset utilises the Invisio Bone Conduction Microphone for crystal clear speech in demanding environments. It is a super light, dual sided in-ear hearing protection headset with advanced external microphones for natural hear-through. It provides enhanced hearing protection with a noise reduction rating of 29 dB (32 dB SNR).
The V60 control unit is capable of connecting to any type of communication device, such as multiple net radios, smart phones, a broad range of audio devices, headsets (tactical, covert) and intercom systems for land, sea and air vehicles. The V60 control unit has three communication ports and handles up to four audiostreams with dedicated push to talk buttons.
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