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TECPRO COMMUNICATION SYSTEM - Beltpacks

BP111 BELTPACK HEADSET OUTSTATIONS Please note these Beltpacks have now been replaced with BP511, BP523 & BP525.

Please visit 27-523 27-525 or 27-511 for more information.

BP112, BP113, BP114, BP115 and BP116 are only available while stocks last.

Single circuit

  • – Robust extruded aluminium case – virtually indestructible
  • – Recessed controls and connectors – prevents breakage
  • – XLR 3 pin connectors – compatible with standard mic cables
  • – Rugged, non-tangle beltclip – also useful for wallhanging
  • – Specially moulded glass filled nylon bezel protects the unit when dropped
  • – Limiter on mic amp – prevents distortion due to overload
  • – Mic on-off switch – prevents unwanted noise on circuit
  • – Black finish – minimises visibility in stage applications
  • – Coloured bezels available as spare parts to enable colour coding of beltpacks

The BP111 Headset Outstation is a tough, light-weight remote station suitable for use free standing or hung on the belt or wall. It has been designed to withstand portable use where care is not always taken by the user.

The operator has a headphone volume control, mic on-off switch, and a signal light/switch for attracting the attention of other users on the same circuit. A pre-set adjustment is provided for the level of the user’s voice in his own headphone (sidetone).

All connections to the unit are via XLR type connectors, rather than wired-in leads. This means that cable failures can be overcome by unplugging the faulty lead or headset rather than rewiring the box. All connections are on the bottom, making the unit more comfortable when clipped to the belt.

The high ‘bridging impedance’ of the unit ensures that side-tone and system sound levels are not altered as outstations are switched on and off the circuit.

The frequency response of the unit is carefully shaped to provide the optimum in both intelligibility and long term aural comfort.

Technical Specification:

Power requirements:24/30V DC, 10mA quiescent. 40mA max with Signal lamp on.
Headphone output:Suits 8 ohm to 4k ohm headphones.
Microphone input:Suits 200 ohm to 600 ohm dynamic microphones.
Sidetone rejection:Up to 45dB.
Connectors:XLR 3 pin male and female – system loop through XLR 4 pin male for headset.
Dimensions:107 × 93 × 50mm.
Weight:400g
Construction:Black anodised extruded case with glass-filled nylon bezels for protection.

BP112 and BP113 BELTPACK HEADSET OUTSTATIONS

Dual circuit (switchable)

  • – Circuit selection on beltpack
  • – Recessed circuit selector switch
  • – Two XLR 3 pin connectors for separate circuit connections on BP112
  • – XLR 6 pin connectors for single cable connection on BP113
  • – Economical method for providing choice of operating channels

The BP112 and BP113 dual circuit headset outstations are very similar to the well proven BP111 single circuit unit, and use the same electronics and controls. However a recessed toggle switch is provided in the top panel of the unit to enable users to select either channel A or channel B operation

On the BP112, two XLR 3 pin female connectors are provided for connection to the rings, one connector for each circuit. This version will be useful where users want to use use only standard twin screened (ie. microphone) cables. As both connector positions on the beltpack are used, there is no facility for loop-in, loop-out on this version.

On the BP113, two XLR 6 pin (Neutrik) connectors are provided, one female and one male, for loop-in, loop-out purposes. This version is intended for applications where only a single cable connection is wanted.

Technical Specification:

Electronic and
mechanical parameters:As BP111
Connector:BP112 – two XLR 3-pin female
BP113 – XLR 6 pin (Neutrik) male and female – system loopthrough
Both versions – XLR 4 pin male for headset.

BP114 & BP115 BELTPACK HEADSET OUTSTATIONS

Dual circuit (monaural)

  • – Simultaneous communication on two circuits
  • – Independent volume controls for each circuit
  • – Both channels mixed to headset earpiece(s)
  • – Speak to either or both circuits
  • – Signal (flash) onto either or both circuits
  • – Superbright LED flash indicator shows which channel is calling
  • – Two XLR 3 pin female connectors for separate circuit connections on BP114
  • – XLR 6 pin connectors for single cable connection on BP115

The BP114 and BP115 dual circuit headset outstations offer full simultaneous dual channel communications. Audio from both rings is mixed in whatever ratio the user requires, and fed to both earpieces of dual muff headsets, or to the single earpiece on the single muff units. Speech and signalling to each circuit is available to either or both simultaneously as required.

Note that if they are used on single circuit systems, the second (unused) circuit connection needs to be terminated. (An LI906 will provide this termination).

Technical Specification:

Electronic parameters:As BP111.
Connector:BP114 – two XLR 3-pin female
BP115 – XLR 6 pin (Neutrik) male and female – system loop through.
Both versions - XLR 4 pin male for headset.

BP116 & BP117 BELTPACK HEADSET OUTSTATION

Dual circuit (binaural)

  • – Simultaneous communication on two circuits
  • – Independent volume controls for each circuit
  • – Each channel independently fed to each earpiece
  • – Speak to either or both circuits
  • – Signal (flash) onto either or both circuits
  • – Superbright LED flash indicator shows which channel is calling
  • – Two XLR 3 pin female connectors for separate circuit connections on BP116
  • – XLR 6 pin connectors for single cable connection on BP117

The BP116 and BP117 dual circuit headset outstations offer full simultaneous dual channel communications. Audio from each ring is fed separately to each earpiece. Many users find it easier to follow two different sound sources when they are fed separately to each ear – a system often known as ‘split feed’. Speech and signalling to each circuit is available to either or both simultaneously, as required.

Note that if they are used on single circuit systems, the second (unused) circuit connection needs to be terminated. (An LI906 will provide this termination).

Headsets to operate with these binaural dual channel beltpacks need to be fitted with an XLR 5 pin connector, and to have both earpieces separately wired. For obvious reasons, single muff headsets are not suitable for use with these units.

Technical Specification:

Electronic parameters:As BP111.
Connector:BP116 – two XLR 3-pin female
BP117 – XLR 6 pin (Neutrik) male and female –
system loop through
Both versions - XLR 5 pin male for headset.

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