Zulu PFX User Guide rev Aug2016.indd

Zulu PFX User Guide rev Aug2016.indd
Zulu PFX User Guide
Welcome
Congratulations on your purchase of Lightspeed Aviation’s Zulu PFX (Personal Flying Experience) ANR
(Active Noise Reduction) headset. Your headset is a premium product that will provide many years of
comfortable high performance for your flying endeavors.
If this is your first Lightspeed Aviation headset, welcome to the Lightspeed family. Together with our
customers, we look forward to building a lasting community, founded on products and service that are the
best in class. We support your passion for flying and invite you to visit LightspeedAviation.com, where you
will find useful insights and news about Lightspeed Aviation and our products.
Thank you for choosing a Lightspeed Aviation headset.
Contents
Contents of the Zulu PFX Package.....................................2
Getting Started..................................................................................4
Fitting Your Headset.......................................................................4
Installing CPU clip............................................................................4
Battery Installation...........................................................................5
Battery Life............................................................................................5
Understanding Controls for Zulu PFX CPU..................6
Using Your Zulu PFX Headset.................................................9
Powering the Zulu PFX Headset On.....................................9
Matching Mono/Stereo Setting to an Audio Panel....... 9
Acoustic Response Mapping..................................................... 10
Streaming Quiet ANR and saving an ANR profile........ 10
ComPriority™.................................................................................... 11
Connecting to iPhone or iPad
with the Auxiliary Input Cable ............................................. 12
Other Wired Auxiliary Devices............................................... 12
Using Bluetooth Devices......................................................... 13
Connecting Bluetooth Cell Phone the First Time.......... 13
Pairing a Bluetooth Device with Zulu PFX..................... 13
Automatic Bluetooth Connection...................................... 14
Bluetooth Functions.................................................................... 14
Bluetooth Mode On and Off.................................................. 15
FlightLink............................................................................................. 16
About FlightLink............................................................................ 16
Activating FlightLink................................................................... 16
Connecting Using a Cable vs. Bluetooth........................ 16
FlightLink Recorder Features ................................................ 16
Toggling Between Apps........................................................... 17
FlightLink Controls and Settings......................................... 17
Peak Performance Tips............................................................. 19
Updating Firmware...................................................................... 20
FAQs......................................................................................................... 21
Specifications .................................................................................. 23
Warranty Information................................................................ 24
Registration....................................................................................... 25
Contents of the Zulu PFX Package
The Zulu PFX (Personal Flying Experience) ANR
headset package includes (clockwise from top left):
• Carrying case
• Zulu PFX ANR headset with the Central
Processing Unit (CPU)
• Cord clip
• User Guide with warranty information
• CPU clip
• Quick Start Guide
• Auxiliary input cable: Audio device/iPhone® and
iPad® cable with standard 3.5mm connector
• Micro USB cable for software updates
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• F our AA batteries (not included with panelpowered headsets)
Contents of the Zulu PFX Package
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Getting Started
Fitting Your Headset
Fitting your headset properly is the key to the
comfortable use and the superior Active Noise
Reduction (ANR) capabilities of Zulu PFX. A solid
seal around your entire ear and a symmetrical fit
across the top of your head are necessary for you to
experience peak performance from the ANR feature.
The following steps will assist you in achieving the
proper fit:
4. Position the microphone 1⁄8 inch from your mouth;
face the side of the microphone with the four
screws and Lightspeed logo away from you.
(Remove the mic windscreen to see these features.)
This side of the microphone
should face away from you.
1. Extend the sliders fully.
2. Place the headset on your head and compress
the sliders slowly and evenly on each side until
the head pad rests softly on the top of your head.
3. Adjust the ear cups to ensure the ears are fully
inside the ear seal and there is uniform pressure
on your head.
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Installing the CPU clip (optional)
The steel CPU clip allows you to securely position
the Zulu PFX CPU on your visor or in a map pocket.
To install, position the clip on the battery door, align
the holes in the CPU with the mounting holes in the
battery door. Use the supplied screws to attach the clip.
Getting Started
Battery Installation
Battery Types
The Zulu PFX ANR battery-powered headset requires
four AA batteries (included). Use alkaline batteries
for best performance.
Use four AA alkaline or lithium batteries. Lithium
batteries may provide improved battery life in colder
temperatures. We do not recommend the use of
rechargeable batteries or the mixing of battery types
and brands.
1. Open the CPU battery door by pressing the
release button in and sliding the door down.
2. Insert four AA batteries and position them using
the correct polarity.
The power indicator LED will flash GREEN when the
power is on and the batteries are strong.
Note: When batteries begin to weaken, the power
indicator LED (for location, see page 6) flashes RED.
If the LED begins flashing RED during flight, the
headset will continue to operate for about 5 hours.
Battery Life
A set of batteries can provide up to 20 hours of
power; however, heavy Bluetooth usage can reduce
battery life. Zulu PFX will automatically shut off
approximately five minutes after you remove the
headset from your head. You may disable Auto
Shutoff in the FlightLink app.
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Understanding Controls for Zulu PFX CPU
A. Power indicator LED:
• Flashes GREEN when power is supplied to
Zulu PFX and batteries are strong.
A
B
C
D
• Flashes RED when batteries are weak.
I
J
• To turn on Zulu PFX and Active Noise
Reduction (ANR), press the button once.
• To turn headset off, press the Power button
and hold until the Power indicator LED turns
red (approx. 2 seconds).
E
F
G
C. Action indicators:
H
• Left and right LEDs glow steady RED as the
CPU initializes (“boots up”).
The Zulu PFX CPU
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B. Power button:
• During acoustic response mapping, left LED
shows GREEN.
Understanding Controls for Zulu PFX CPU
• Left and right Action indicator LEDs flash
RED when ComPriority is disabled.
D. Action button:
• While in Favorites mode, press and hold to
activate acoustic response mapping.
• Press twice quickly to turn ComPriority on / off.
• Press once quickly to capture Streaming
Quiet® noise cancellation profile.
E. Panel volume controls:
• Sliders on the CPU adjust audio panel volume
independently for each ear. Sliders do not
affect the volume of auxiliary devices.
F. Bluetooth volume buttons:
• The upper button (+) increases volume
volume of Bluetooth devices; the lower
button (–) decreases volume.
G. Bluetooth indicator LED:
• Flashes BLUE when Bluetooth mode is on
and flashes RED when Bluetooth is turning off.
• In pairing mode, the Bluetooth indicator LED
flashes RED and BLUE.
H. Bluetooth power button:
• Turns the Bluetooth signal on and off.
• Controls Bluetooth-connected devices.
I. Auxiliary input jack:
• Provides a wired input for cell phones and
audio devices.
J. MONO/STEREO switch:
• Toggles between the mono ( ) and
stereo ( ) signal.
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Understanding Controls for Zulu PFX CPU
K. Mode switch:
• FAVORITES ( ) mode provides access to
advanced features including Streaming Quiet®
ANR, acoustic response mapping, and custom
preferences via FlightLink. These are not
available in HOME mode.
K
• HOME ( ) mode provides a baseline level of
ANR and audio performance. Streaming Quiet
ANR, acoustic response mapping, and custom
settings are not available in Home mode.
L. Micro USB port:
L
The Zulu PFX CPU
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• Located under the battery door (on LEMO
versions, under the rubber cap on the bottom
of the CPU), used to connect to a computer
for firmware updates.
Using Your Zulu PFX Headset
Powering the Zulu PFX Headset On
Matching Mono/Stereo Setting to an Audio Panel
To power Zulu PFX on, follow these steps:
The Mono/STEREO switch is located on the side of
the Zulu PFX CPU. Choose the setting that matches
the signal from your audio panel. To experience the
best performance from a stereo (dual signal) panel,
set the switch to STEREO. To experience the best
performance from a mono (single signal) panel, set
the headset to MONO.
1. Put on the Zulu PFX ANR headset and adjust for
proper fit and seal (see page 4).
2. Ensure that headset is in FAVORITES (
) mode.
3. Press the power button once. The power indicator
LED will flash GREEN when power is supplied;
the action indicator lights will show red while the
CPU initializes and ANR system activates.
Note: If this switch is set incorrectly, you will hear
communications in only one ear.
Note: The Mono/STEREO switch does not affect
auxiliary devices, so you can enjoy auxiliary audio in
stereo, regardless of the Mono/STEREO switch setting.
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Using Your Zulu PFX Headset
Acoustic response mapping
For maximum noise cancellation, as well as
enhanced voice clarity and music fidelity, use the
acoustic response mapping feature. Make sure
the HOME/FAVORITES switch is set to FAVORITES.
Press and hold the Action button until you hear the
mapping tone. The auditory landscape within the
ear cup created by the unique size and shape of your
ears will be assessed and the information used to fine
tune noise cancellation and audio responses. Each
new user should conduct the mapping process.
IMPORTANT: Pressing the Action button twice quickly
enables/disables ComPriority. Flashing red Action
indicator LEDs mean that ComPriority is disabled.
Note: Although Zulu PFX stores the information
from the most recent mapping, for maximum
performance mapping should be repeated any time
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a change is made that could change the landscape
within the ear cup, such as the addition of a hat or
thick-framed sunglasses.
To power Zulu PFX off, press the Power button until
the Power indicator LED turns red (approx. 2 seconds).
Note: The power indicator LED flashes RED when
batteries are weak (see “Battery Installation” on
page 5).
Streaming Quiet ANR and saving an ANR profile
Streaming Quiet® ANR is the proprietary Lightspeed
innovation that continuously adapts to your
environment, extending the amount, consistency,
and frequency range of noise cancellation. It works
by analyzing cockpit noise and applying noise
canceling “filters” customized to the real time noise
environment. When you turn off the headset,
Using Your Zulu PFX Headset
Streaming Quiet clears these filters and resets itself
to a baseline state; when turned back on, Streaming
Quiet restarts the process of analysis and filtering
from this baseline state.
To allow you to get a head start on the quieting
process, Zulu PFX includes a feature that allows you
to capture a preferred level of quieting at anytime
during the flight for later retrieval. To use, simply
tap the Action button. You will hear a short beep,
confirming the capture of the current Streaming
Quiet profile.
After capture, Streaming Quiet will continue to
analyze noise and make changes as appropriate, but
the next time you turn on the headset, the saved
Streaming Quiet profile will be applied (switching to
Home mode and back to Favorites mode with the
headset on will also apply the saved profile). This
profile is just the starting point; Streaming Quiet
will continue to analyze cockpit noise and make
changes if they can improve the noise cancellation.
To clear a stored setting, switch to Home mode and
tap the Action button. IMPORTANT: Activating acoustic
response mapping will also clear a stored setting.
ComPriority™
ComPriority gives priority to important
communications by lowering the volume of any
auxiliary device automatically during radio or
intercom transmission. This feature is automatically
enabled in both HOME and FAVORITES mode, but can
be disabled for all auxiliary inputs by rapidly pressing
the Action button twice (to set Bluetooth and wired
auxiliary ComPriority settings independently, see
“FlightLink Controls and Settings,” page 17).
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Using Your Zulu PFX Headset
When ComPriority is disabled, the left and right
Action indicator LEDs will flash red.
Note: When ComPriority is enabled, the other end
of a phone call is muted. They will hear you, but you
cannot hear them. To avoid this, disable ComPriority
prior to making a call.
Connecting to iPhone® or iPad® with the
Auxiliary Input Cable
If you connect an iPhone or iPad to the Zulu PFX CPU
using the auxiliary input cable, you can use the button
on the cable to perform the following functions:
®
®
• Play/pause: Press the button once to pause
music; press the button again to play music.
• Track forward: Press the silver button rapidly twice.
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• Answer a call: Press the button once as the
phone rings; music automatically pauses for an
incoming call.
• Disconnect a call: Press the button once while
the call is connected; when the call disconnects,
music automatically resumes.
Other Wired Auxiliary Devices
The Zulu PFX CPU’s auxiliary input jack allows you to
connect to cell phones and to most audio devices.
To connect a music player to the auxiliary input jack,
use the auxiliary input cable provided. To adjust the
volume on a device that is connected to the auxiliary
input jack, use the controls on the device itself.
Note: The Zulu PFX auxiliary input jack is on the top
of the Zulu PFX CPU (for location, see page 7).
Using Bluetooth Devices
Connecting Bluetooth Device the First Time
The Zulu PFX Bluetooth interface allows mobile
device and stereo music streaming capability
(A2DP), as well as audio alerts from aviation apps on
mobile devices. Before you use a Bluetooth device
with the Zulu PFX for the first time, they must be
paired (establishing an electronic connection).
Pairing a Bluetooth Device with Zulu PFX
1. Press the Zulu PFX power button to turn on the
Zulu PFX headset, and then verify that the power
indicator LED is flashing GREEN.
2. Press the Bluetooth power button for one
second and release (for the location of Bluetooth
controls, see page 7). The Bluetooth indicator
LED will glow a steady blue, then start flashing
red and blue continuously. This indicates that
Zulu PFX is in the Bluetooth pairing mode.
3. Follow the menu prompts on your Bluetooth
capable device to direct it to look for
Bluetooth devices.
4. Select Zulu PFX #### (numbers will be the last
four digits of the Zulu PFX headset serial number)
from your phone’s list of found devices.
5. Enter “0000” if you are prompted to enter a
password or PIN.
6. Once connected, the Bluetooth LED will flash BLUE.
Note: If the headset is not connected to a
compatible device within three minutes, Bluetooth
will exit pairing mode and turn off.
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Using Bluetooth Devices
Automatic Bluetooth Connection
Bluetooth Functions
When the Bluetooth feature is on, the Zulu PFX
will automatically connect to the most recently
paired device. If no device is connected, Zulu PFX
will remain in pairing mode for three minutes,
after which it will exit pairing mode and Bluetooth
will turn off. For automatic reconnect to work, the
device’s Bluetooth must be enabled before turning
on the headset’s Bluetooth.
Depending on your phone’s Bluetooth profile, you
may be able to use Zulu PFX’s Bluetooth buttons to
perform several functions:
If Zulu PFX does not automatically reconnect, follow
the menu prompts on your Bluetooth capable
device to direct it to look for Bluetooth devices.
• Voice dial: Press the Bluetooth power button
until you hear a single beep; your phone must
support voice dialing for this feature to activate
• Answer a call: Press the Bluetooth power button
once as the phone rings.
• Disconnect a call: Press the Bluetooth power
button once while the call is connected.
• Redial the most recently dialed number: Press and
hold the Bluetooth power button until you hear
two beeps (approximately two seconds).
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• Adjust the call volume: Press the + or – Bluetooth
volume buttons.
Using Bluetooth Devices
Bluetooth Mode On and Off
To turn Bluetooth mode on, press the Bluetooth
power button until the Bluetooth indicator LED
begins to flash. The LED will flash RED and BLUE
until the CPU pairs with the device. Once paired, the
indicator LED will flash BLUE.
Note: Bluetooth mode must be turned on for
Bluetooth-connected devices to function correctly.
(For first-time pairing, see “Connecting Bluetooth
Cell Phone the First Time” on page 13).
To turn Bluetooth mode off, press and hold the
Bluetooth power button for approximately ten
seconds. The Bluetooth indicator LED will blink red
three times and the headset will emit a single beep.
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FlightLink
About FlightLink
Connecting Using a Cable vs. Bluetooth
FlightLink is the proprietary app
developed by Lightspeed Aviation for
Apple iPad® and iPhone®. Using the free FlightLink app,
pilots can customize key audio and other settings
of their Zulu PFX headset, as well as record cockpit
communications for instant playback or later retrieval.
FlightLink’s recording functions will work with either
the auxiliary input cable or a wireless Bluetooth
connection. However, using the auxiliary cable may
extend battery life.
Activating FlightLink
• Download FlightLink from the App Store.
• Use Bluetooth to connect your headset to your
Apple device.
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Using FlightLink to change the headset audio settings
via your iPhone or iPad requires a Bluetooth connection.
FlightLink Recorder Features
• Record all radio and intercom communication.
• Instantly play back from any point in the last two
minutes of recording.
• Tap the FlightLink icon on your iPad or iPhone to
begin using FlightLink.
• Store your recordings in your iTunes® library.
Note: Your headset must be connected to your aircraft’s
intercom for FlightLink’s recorder features to function.
• Draw notes, codes, or diagrams on the iPad
scratchpad for reference.
FlightLink
Toggling Between Apps
Press your device’s HOME button and select another
application. Your recording will continue uninterrupted
as you switch between different applications (a red
bar at the top of your screen indicates FlightLink is
recording). Input from music players, however, will
be disabled while FlightLink is recording.
FlightLink Controls and Settings
The enhanced FlightLink capabilities available with
Zulu PFX allow you to configure and save key audio
preferences for your headset. Follow these steps to
configure and save your preferences:
• Make sure your headset is paired and connected
to your Apple device via Bluetooth (Bluetooth is
required for setting personal preferences).
• Set the Home / Favorites switch to ★ (Favorites).
• Open the FlightLink app.
• Tap the Settings icon ⚙ on the bottom of the screen.
• Tap Headset Settings to access the settings screens.
• Adjust the settings as desired.
• Tap Presets to access the preset screen. Tap “Save
current settings as a preset” to save as a personal
profile. Up to three profiles can be saved.
• Tap a preset button to recall a personal profile.
Note: Because settings are retained in Zulu PFX’s CPU,
not the Apple device, these procedures can be done
using any compatible iPad or iPhone. Simply make
the adjustments and disconnect the Apple device.
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FlightLink
Available Settings
• Independently adjust bass and treble controls for
intercom and auxiliary channels.
• Enable and disable Auto Shutoff™, which saves
battery life by automatically turning off the
headset when not in use.
• Enable and disable audible low battery warning.
• Enable and disable Front Row Center (FRC),
which provides a theater-like experience by
enhancing stereo sound reproduction to give
the impression that sound is originating from
all directions.
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• Independently enable and disable ComPriority
for Bluetooth and auxiliary channels. ComPriority
lowers the volume of auxiliary devices when
radio or intercom communications are detected.
(See page 11 for more information.)
• Enable and disable Voice Clarity, which
improves the clarity of incoming calls from ATC
by boosting frequencies common in human
speech while reducing those that are not.
Note: Disable Voice Clarity if unacceptable changes
to sidetone or music quality from intercom
audio systems occur. Voice Clarity does not affect
Bluetooth or wired auxiliary inputs.
Peak Performance Tips
For the best performance from your Zulu PFX headset,
follow the tips below:
• Ensure an excellent fit (see “Fitting Your Headset”
on page 4).
• Set Zulu PFX’s Mono/STEREO switch to match
the signal from your audio panel (see “Matching
Mono/STEREO Setting to Audio Panel” on page 9).
• Use FlightLink to personalize settings to fit your
preferences.
• Enable Voice Clarity for maximum intelligibility of
ATC calls (see page 18).
• Turn off Bluetooth mode when you are not using
it to extend battery life.
• Replace the ear seals, head pad, and mic
windscreen every 18 months to ensure peak ANR
performance and comfort. These items are available
for purchase on our website (ear seals, head pads,
and mic windscreens are wear items and are not
covered under the Lightspeed warranty).
• To avoid damage to
the boom, close the
sliders and place
the mic over the
headband as you
pack your headset
into its case.
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Peak Performance Tips
Please register your product to optimize your
customer experience. This will also ensure that you
are notified when firmware updates are available.
(To locate your product serial number, see “Where is
my product serial number?” on page 21.) There are
two ways to register:
• Online at LightspeedAviation.com.
• Use FlightLink. Download and install the free
FlightLink app to your iPad or iPhone. Pair and
connect the headset with the Apple device (See
“Connect to your Bluetooth device” on page 13).
Open FlightLink and follow the prompts to register.
Updating Firmware
One of the most exciting features of Zulu PFX is
its ability to accept software updates, ensuring
that it stays on the leading edge of innovation.
To install these updates, follow these steps:
• Go to LightspeedAviation.com/firmware,
locate the appropriate firmware update
utility, and follow the download instructions.
• Open the battery compartment door on the
headset CPU and locate the micro USB port.
• Connect the CPU to your computer by
using the supplied micro USB cable.
• Follow the firmware update instructions
on your computer.
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FAQs
Where is my headset serial number?
Your serial number can be found in three places:
1. On the FlightLink app. To access your product
serial number, follow these steps:
• Make sure your headset is paired and
connected to your Apple device.
• Open the FlightLink app.
• Tap the Settings icon ⚙ on the bottom of
the screen.
• Tap Help and Support to access your product
model and serial number.
2. On the outside of the packaging. Look for a small
white, bar-coded sticker affixed to the silver
product label.
3. On the small white sticker located under the
head pad on the underside of the headband.
Remove the head pad to
reveal the serial number.
Simply pinch the cushioned
part of the head pad and
pull down. The head pad
will snap out. To replace,
align the pins with the
holes and snap into place.
Zulu PFX Serial Number
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FAQs
Why do I hear radio communications in only one ear?
Zulu PFX’s Mono/STEREO switch may be set to
STEREO, while your audio panel is transmitting a mono
signal. To fix this, change Zulu PFX’s Mono/STEREO
switch to MONO. This setting does not affect music or
audio from auxiliary devices. You can hear stereo sound
on auxiliary devices even when the Mono/STEREO
switch is set to MONO.
When should I use HOME (
) mode?
In some unique situations, Home mode may
deliver more acceptable ANR results. These include
extremely loud aircraft operating in high RPM
phases of flight, open windows and cockpits, and
significant changes to the environment inside
the ear cups after acoustic mapping (removal or
addition of a thick eyeglass frame, for example). In
these instances, HOME mode provides a stable,
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baseline level of ANR and audio performance. Please
note, however, that Streaming Quiet ANR, acoustic
response mapping, and custom settings are not
available in Home mode.
If you are ever uncertain about the performance of
Streaming Quiet, you can switch to Home mode,
listen for the difference in performance, then switch
back to Favorites mode to re-enable Streaming Quiet.
Why can’t I hear the other end of a phone call?
When ComPriority is enabled, the other end of the
phone call will be muted. To avoid this, disable
ComPriority by quickly pressing the Action button
twice. Action indicator LEDs will blink red when
ComPriority is disabled. To re-enable ComPriority,
quickly press the Action button twice.
Specifications
General
Microphone
Battery power supply: 3V, four AA batteries
Weight: 14 oz. (including ear seals and mic boom)
Panel aircraft 8–40 VDC
Transducer principle: Noise-canceling electret
Frequency response: 200 Hz–6000 Hz
Maximum SPL (Sound Pressure Level): 114 dB
Terminating impedance: 220–2200 ohms
Operating voltage: 8V–16V DC
Headphone
Transducer: 40mm moving coil
Frequency response: 20 Hz–20 kHz
Nominal impedance @ 1 kHz:
OFF—Mono: 200 ohms, ON—Mono: 280 ohms
OFF—Stereo: 400 ohms, ON—Stereo: 560 ohms
Zulu PFX Configurations
Model
Power Source
Cord
Connector
Zulu PFX
Four AA batteries
Straight
Dual general aviation connectors with 0.25-inch commercial stereo
headphone plug and 0.206-inch MIL-SPEC microphone plug
Zulu PFX:P
Audio Panel
Straight
LEMO
Zulu PFX:H
Four AA batteries
Straight
U-174 (Designed for helicopter applications)
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Warranty Information
5-Year Limited Warranty for New Aviation Headsets Sold by Lightspeed Aviation, Inc.
Lightspeed Aviation, Inc. (“LSA”) warrants that the new aviation headset sold by LSA
(“New Headset”) is free from all material defects in workmanship and materials. For
the New Headset, all warranties provided by LSA and all implied warranties imposed
by law are limited to a 5-year period, beginning on the purchase date shown on the
New Headset’s sales receipt (“Warranty Period”). This 5-year Limited Warranty (“Limited
Warranty”) is provided solely for the benefit of the initial purchaser of the New Headset
(“Purchaser”), and it excludes all 3rd parties, including distributors, dealers, retailers,
subsequent owners, and other users of the New Headset. This Limited Warranty is not
assignable and remains in full force and effect during the Warranty Period, but only
if the New Headset: (a) has been properly maintained; (b) has not been abused or
misused; and (c) has not been repaired, altered, or modified without LSA’s approval. This
Limited Warranty specifically excludes all taxes, shipping costs, and problems relating
to any: (1) repair, alteration, or modification not approved by LSA; (2) abuse or failure
to properly maintain the New Headset; (3) faulty workmanship by any person, except
LSA or its approved agent; (4) operation of the New Headset, except as specified in its
operating manual; (5) ordinary wear and tear; or (6) finish and appearance item. For
each claim made under this Limited Warranty (“Claim”), Purchaser must, within 10 days
of discovering a New Headset problem indicating a breach of this Limited Warranty,
deliver to LSA a written notice that explains in detail the New Headset’s specific defect,
that shows proof of Purchaser’s purchase of the New Headset before the end of the
Warranty Period, and that shows proof that this Limited Warranty applies to the New
Headset. LSA or its agent may investigate any Claim. For each Claim, LSA may, in its
sole discretion, choose any of the following exclusive remedies: (I) repair or replace
the New Headset or any part thereof, without charge to Purchaser, but first Purchaser
must return the New Headset to LSA’s authorized repair facility, pre-paying all shipping
charges, and Purchaser must accept the same as repaired or replaced at the facility’s
location (i.e., FOB the facility) within 10 days of the date of LSA’s completion notice sent
to Purchaser, or else LSA will deem the New Headset abandoned, in which case LSA
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may keep, sell, or otherwise discard it; or (II) refund the New Headset’s purchase price
to Purchaser. Without paying any amount to Purchaser, LSA may keep, sell, or otherwise
discard all replaced New Headsets and parts thereof and all New Headsets where
LSA has refunded the purchase price to Purchaser. In repairing or replacing any New
Headset, LSA may, in its sole discretion, use new, used, or reconditioned parts or provide
a refurbished used headset as a replacement. In connection therewith, LSA warrants
that all new, used, or reconditioned parts or refurbished used headsets will be free from
all material defects in workmanship and materials during the Warranty Period
and for a period of up to 90 days thereafter, but only to the extent that such event
occurs during the final 90 days of the Warranty Period. LSA may, in its sole discretion,
(i) establish separate, additional, non-warranty repair and replacement programs for
any new or used headset (“Non- Warranty Service Programs”), (ii) the Non-Warranty
Service Programs may cover any time period, before or after any Warranty Period
has expired, and (iii) charge any amount and impose any term with respect to any
Non-Warranty Service Program. For Non-Warranty Service Programs, LSA warrants
that all new, used, reconditioned, or refurbished parts and headsets used to repair
or replace any headset will be free from all material defects in workmanship and
materials, but only for a limited period of 90 days thereafter. Purchaser acknowledges
that used or reconditioned parts may be used to repair any new or used headset, and
that a refurbished used headset may be provided as a replacement for any new or
used headset. LSA may hire a 3rd party to repair or replace any new or used headset.
“Including” means “including, but not limited to. ” THE TERMS IN THIS DOCUMENT ARE
THE ONLY TERMS THAT GOVERN LSA’S WARRANTY OBLIGATIONS FOR ANY NEW OR
USED HEADSET OR PART THEREOF. NO ORAL OR OTHER WRITTEN TERM APPLIES. THIS
DOCUMENT PROVIDES THE EXCLUSIVE REMEDY FOR ALL CLAIMS AGAINST LSA WITH
RESPECT TO ANY NEW OR USED HEADSET OR PART THEREOF. NOTWITHSTANDING ANY
PROVISION TO THE CONTRARY IN THIS LIMITED WARRANTY, LSA RESERVES THE RIGHT TO
MODIFY, AT ANY TIME AND FROM TIME TO TIME IN ITS SOLE DISCRETION, ANY AND ALL
TERMS IN THIS LIMITED WARRANTY. EACH SUCH MODIFICATION IS DEEMED EFFECTIVE
UPON PUBLICATION ON LSA’S WEBSITE OR OTHERWISE.
Registration
TO THE EXTENT ALLOWED BY LAW: LSA DISCLAIMS AND PROVIDES THIS LIMITED
WARRANTY IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING
ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
LSA IS NOT LIABLE FOR CONSEQUENTIAL, INCIDENTAL, PUNITIVE, INDIRECT, SPECIAL,
LOST PROFITS, OR SIMILAR DAMAGES CLAIMED UNDER ANY STATUTE OR LEGAL OR
EQUITABLE THEORY. LSA’S TOTAL LIABILITY FOR ALL CONTRACT, TORT (INCLUDING
NEGLIGENCE), STATUTORY, OR OTHER CLAIMS ARISING FROM OR RELATING TO THIS
LIMITED WARRANTY OR ANY HEADSET OR PART THEREOF IS LIMITED TO $1,000. SOME
STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE LIMITATION OF CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO THE
ABOVE LIMITATIONS MIGHT NOT APPLY TO PURCHASER. THIS LIMITED WARRANTY GIVES
PURCHASER SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS, AND PURCHASER MIGHT HAVE OTHER RIGHTS
THAT VARY FROM STATE TO STATE.
FOR PURCHASERS IN CALIFORNIA: PURCHASER HAS THE RIGHT TO HAVE THE NEW
HEADSET SERVICED AND REPAIRED DURING THE WARRANTY PERIOD. THE WARRANTY
PERIOD WILL BE EXTENDED FOR THE NUMBER OF WHOLE DAYS THAT THE NEW
HEADSET HAS BEEN OUT OF PURCHASER’S HANDS FOR WARRANTY REPAIRS. IF A
DEFECT EXISTS DURING THE WARRANTY PERIOD, THIS LIMITED WARRANTY WILL NOT
EXPIRE UNTIL THE DEFECT HAS BEEN FIXED. IF ANY WARRANTY REPAIR HAS BEEN
DELAYED BECAUSE OF CIRCUMSTANCES BEYOND PURCHASER’S CONTROL, OR IF
ANY WARRANTY REPAIR DID NOT REMEDY A DEFECT AND PURCHASER NOTIFIES LSA
OF SUCH FAILURE WITHIN 10 DAYS AFTER THE REPAIR, THE WARRANTY PERIOD WILL
BE EXTENDED FOR A PERIOD EQUAL TO THE DURATION OF THE DELAY. IF, AFTER A
REASONABLE NUMBER OF ATTEMPTS, THE DEFECT REMAINS UNFIXED, PURCHASER
MAY RETURN THE NEW HEADSET FOR REPLACEMENT OR REFUND, SUBJECT TO A
REASONABLE DEDUCTION FOR PURCHASER’S USE OF THE NEW HEADSET. ANY
EXTENSION OF THE WARRANTY PERIOD DOES NOT AFFECT ANY PROTECTION OR
REMEDY AVAILABLE TO PURCHASER UNDER APPLICABLE LAW.
Product Registration
To optimize your customer experience, please register
using the FlightLink app or at LightspeedAviation.com.
Cert: 0046503
Lightspeed Aviation, Inc.’s Management
System is Registered to ISO 9001:2008
©2016 Lightspeed Aviation, Inc. All rights reserved. Lightspeed, Zulu PFX, and Streaming
Quiet are registered trademarks of Lightspeed Aviation, Inc. Auto Shutoff, ComPriority,
and Front Row Center are trademarks of Lightspeed Aviation, Inc. Bluetooth is a
registered trademark of the Bluetooth SIG. iPhone® and iPad® are trademarks of Apple,
Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. “Made for iPhone” and “Made for iPad”
mean that an electronic accessory has been designed to connect specifically to
iPhone or iPad, respectively, and has been certified by the developer to meet Apple
performance standards. Apple is not responsible for the operation of this device or
its compliance with safety and regulatory standards. Please note that the use of this
accessory with iPhone or iPad may affect wireless performance. Specifications subject to
change without notice. 8/16
Part Number 704-00007-000.A4
Lightspeed Aviation
6135 Jean Road
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97035
sales@LightspeedAviation.com
service@LightspeedAviation.com
800.332.2421 Toll Free
503.968.3113 Tel
503.968.7664 Fax
LightspeedAviation.com
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