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Wireless Intercom System
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Description
The wiJAC™ Wireless Aircraft Intercom System consists of two components which
provide a wireless full-duplex audio link between the aircraft’s intercom system and the
user’s headset. Adapters are available for different headset connector styles. The JA61
component plugs directly into the aircraft audio system via a standard headset jack and
the JA60 component connects to a standard aircraft headset and attaches to the user’s
belt. Together the two separate components allow aircraft personnel free movement
both inside and outside the aircraft. The headset adapter features only essential
controls to ensure ease of operation. (VOX and Volume control knobs, and On/Off and
PTT buttons)
The wiJAC™ system offers the user independence from traditional tethered audio
systems without sacrificing audio quality.
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Features
The wiJAC™ system is factory programmed with default settings that are suitable for most general
aviation high impedance headsets. If it is necessary to modify the balanced phones/microphone input/
output levels, this can be carried out by a JAC Dealer using JAC’s proprietary ProCS™ software.
A configuration port is provided to support this function.
A light on each unit indicates when the RF communication link is established, and a micro USB charging
port is provided for connection to a USB charging source. Charging cables and rechargeable batteries are
included with each system.
Multiple paired adapters can be co-located in the same aircraft without interference. An encrypted radio
link ensures secure communications. The units are designed for NATO style aircraft connectors.
A selection of adapter cables is available for use with other connector styles.
The wiJAC-001 system comprises of a JA60-001 and a JA61-001 and is for use in North America.
The wiJAC-002 system comprises of a JA60-002 and a JA61-002 and is for European use.
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52.3mm MAX
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35.1mm MAX
U-174/U connector
mates with U92A/U
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Specifications
U-92A/U type connector mates
with U93A/U and equivalent
2.06in MAX
52.3mm MAX
4.17in MAX
105.9mm MAX
5.00in MAX
127.0mm MAX
8.15in MAX
207.0mm MAX
1.36in MAX
34.5mm MAX
JA60 Wireless Aircraft Headset Adapter
Weight: 0.39 lb. 178 Kg Max
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Range wiJAC-001
100 m (typical)
Temperature
-15 °C to +50 °C
-40 °C to +50 °C
Range wiJAC-002
200 m (typical)
Altitude
25,000 ft. max
Battery Life
6 to 8 hr (typical)
Humidity
95%
Shock
20g (any axis)
Microphone
150 Ohms amplified
Dynamic
Headphone
100 mW into 150 Ohms
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IMPORTANT:
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Table of Contents
1
2
3
Introduction ................................................................................................. 1
Overview ...................................................................................................... 1
Description .................................................................................................. 2
3.1
JA60 Headset Adapter.......................................................................... 2
3.2
JA61 Intercom Adapter ......................................................................... 2
3.3
Battery Charge Annunciators ................................................................ 3
3.4
Battery Lid Release .............................................................................. 3
3.5
Belt Clip ................................................................................................ 3
3.6
Charging Port (PWR) ............................................................................ 3
3.7
Configuration Port (IO).......................................................................... 3
3.8
Headset Jack........................................................................................ 3
3.9
Low Battery Annunciator (LOW BATT) ................................................. 4
3.10
Microphone Voice Operated Switch Control (VOX) ............................... 4
3.11
Mounting Clip ....................................................................................... 4
3.12
ON/OFF Control ................................................................................... 4
3.13
Pairing Registration Number ................................................................. 4
3.14
Panel Plug ............................................................................................ 4
3.15
Phones Volume Control (VOL).............................................................. 4
3.16
Power On Annunciator (PWR ON) ........................................................ 5
3.17
Push to Talk Button (PTT) .................................................................... 5
4
Unpacking .................................................................................................... 5
5
Set-up and Connection ............................................................................... 5
5.1
Verify Operating Region ....................................................................... 5
5.2
Verify Pairing Registration Number ....................................................... 5
5.3
Insert Batteries ..................................................................................... 5
5.4
Attach Connectors to Aircraft and Headset ........................................... 5
5.5
Turn On Adapters and Verify Connection.............................................. 6
5.5
Verify Audio Operation.......................................................................... 6
6
Operation ..................................................................................................... 6
6.1
Overview .............................................................................................. 6
6.2
Listening Operation .............................................................................. 6
6.3
VOX Speaking Operation ..................................................................... 6
6.4
PTT Speaking Operation ...................................................................... 7
6.5
Live Speaking Operation ...................................................................... 7
6.6
Low Battery .......................................................................................... 7
6.7
Battery Life ........................................................................................... 7
6.8
Operation during Charging.................................................................... 7
6.9
Loss of Audio........................................................................................ 8
7
Batteries....................................................................................................... 8
7.1
Replacing the Batteries ......................................................................... 8
7.2
Charging Batteries in the Unit ............................................................... 9
7.3
Charging Operation – via Battery Charger ............................................ 9
7.4
Battery Care and Maintenance ............................................................. 9
8
Accessories ............................................................................................... 10
8.1
JA72-006 Glove Box with USB Power Output ..................................... 10
8.2
ProCS™ Product Configuration Software ........................................... 10
8.3
Recommended Battery Charger ......................................................... 10
9
Installation of the JA61 Mounting Bracket............................................... 11
10 Specifications ............................................................................................ 12
10.1
Mechanical ......................................................................................... 12
10.2
Electrical ............................................................................................. 12
10.3
Environmental .................................................................................... 12
10.4
Other .................................................................................................. 12
11 FCC Compliance Statement...................................................................... 13
12 Warranty .................................................................................................... 14
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Introduction
The wiJAC™ Wireless Intercom System provides a wireless full-duplex
audio link between the aircraft’s audio system and the user’s headset. The
wiJAC system allows access to the same functions of the audio system as
are available when the headset is connected to the panel jack.
This manual describes the:
wiJAC-001 Wireless Intercom System - N America, consisting of
JA60-001 Wireless Aircraft Headset Adapter and the
JA61-001 Wireless Aircraft Intercom Adapter
2
Overview
The JA61 Intercom Adapter has a plug that is inserted into a jack in the
aircraft where the headset is normally connected. A headset is inserted into
the jack on the JA60 Headset Adapter, which is clipped to the user's belt or
placed in a pocket. Headset and audio panel are not included.
Typical wiJAC™
Set Up
JA60-001 Headset Adapter
(Connected to user's headset)
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JA61-001 Intercom Adapter
(Plugged in to aircraft headset jack)
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Description
3.1
JA60 Headset Adapter
ON/OFF Control
Charging Port
Battery Lid Release
LOW BATT
Annunciator
Pairing
Registration
Number
Push To Talk Button
Configuration Port
Belt Clip
PWR ON
Annunciator
Headset Jack
Fig 3-2, JA60 Left Side View
Fig 3-1, JA60 Right Side View
Microphone Voice
Operated Switch
Control
Phones Volume Control
Fig 3-3, JA60 Top View
3.2
JA61 Intercom Adapter
ON/OFF Control
Panel
Plug
Charging Port
Battery Lid Release
LOW BATT
Annunciator
Mounting Clip
Configuration Port
Pairing
Registration
Number
PWR ON
Annunciator
Fig 3-4, JA61 Right Side View
Fig 3-5, JA61 Left Side View
Note: The units are shown in green for clarity.
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3.3
Battery Charge Annunciators
The Fast Charge annunciator is a red light emitting diode (LED) under the
Charging Port cover above the Charging Port connector. The Fast Charge
annunciator is illuminated when the batteries are being charged at the
maximum change current.
The Top Off Charge annunciator is a green LED under the Charging Port
cover below the Charging Port connector. The Top Off Charge annunciator
is illuminated when the batteries are being charged at the minimum charge
current.
3.4
Battery Lid Release
The battery lid release is a lever on the front of the unit recessed into the
battery lid. To remove the battery lid and access to the batteries, push the
release level upwards and then gently pry the lid away from the unit.
3.5
Belt Clip
The belt clip is on the rear of the JA60 Headset Adapter. Clip it to your belt
or place it in another secure location.
3.6
Charging Port (PWR)
The Charging Port is a Micro-USB connector with a cover labeled PWR
(power) on the left side of the unit. To charge NiMH batteries, connect a
USB (Universal Serial Bus)to Micro USB cable from the Charging Port to a
USB power source.
WARNING: If non-NiMH and non-NiCad batteries are installed,
do not connect the Charging Port to a USB power source.
Charging battery types other than NiMH or NiCad may cause the
batteries to leak or explode and cause damage or injury.
3.7
Configuration Port (IO)
The configuration port is a 3.5 mm 4 pole connector with a flexible cover
labeled IO (input / output) located on the right side of the unit. This port is
used during maintenance.
The Headset and Intercom Adapters are factory configured with default
settings that are suitable for most general aviation requirements. If it is
necessary to change the phones/microphone input /output settings, this can
be performed by a JAC dealer. Find your nearest dealer from the Dealers
section of the JAC website – www.jupiteravionics.com.
3.8
Headset Jack
The headset jack is a TJT120 type connector on the top of the JA60 headset
adapter. Insert a U-174/U or U93A/U type Headset plug in to the JA60
Headset Adapter's headset jack.
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3.9
Low Battery Annunciator (LOW BATT)
The low battery (LOW BATT) annunciator is a red LED located on the left
side of the unit. When a unit is turned on, the LOW BATT annunciator will
illuminate for 2 seconds. When the battery voltage is low the LOW BATT
annunciator will flash once every 1.5 s. When the unit is turning off, the
annunciator will illuminate until the unit is off.
3.10
Microphone Voice Operated Switch Control (VOX)
The Voice Operated Switch control is a rotary knob marked VOX located on
the top of the JA60 Headset Adapter. To reduce the level of the sound
needed to route the microphone audio to the JA61 Intercom Adapter, turn
the VOX knob CCW (counter-clockwise). To increase the level of the sound
needed to route the microphone audio to the JA61 Intercom Adapter, turn
the VOX knob CW (clockwise). This setting will vary with ambient noise
conditions, and the quality of the microphones connected to the system.
3.11
Mounting Clip
The mounting clip is on the rear of the JA61 Intercom Adapter. Clip it to the
aircraft's mounting bracket or place the JA61 Intercom Adapter in a secure
location.
3.12
ON/OFF Control
The ON/OFF control is a push button switch marked with the
symbol and is located on the left side of the unit. To turn the unit on, press
the ON/OFF button once. To turn the unit off, press and hold the ON/OFF
button until the PWR ON and LOW BATT annunciators turn off.
3.13
Pairing Registration Number
The pairing registration number is marked on a label in on the back of each
unit. Headset Adapters will connect to only the Intercom Adapter with the
same paring registration number.
3.14
Panel Plug
The panel plug is a TP120 type connector on the top of the JA61 headset
adapter. Insert the JA61 Intercom Adapter's panel plug in to the aircraft's TJ120 or TJT120 headset jack.
3.15
Phones Volume Control (VOL)
The volume control is a rotary knob marked VOL (volume) located on the top
of the JA60 Headset Adapter. To reduce the volume of the audio heard in
the headset rotate the VOL knob CCW. To increase the volume of the audio
heard in the headset rotate the VOL knob CW.
WARNING: Loud noise and sound can cause hearing damage.
Before using the headset, set the volume to minimum. Then slowly
increase the volume to a comfortable listening level.
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3.16
Power On Annunciator (PWR ON)
The power on (PWR ON) annunciator is a green LED located on the right
side of the unit. When a unit is turned on, the PWR ON annunciator will
illuminate for 2 seconds. When the unit is searching for its paired unit the
PWR ON annunciator will triple-flash every 1.5 seconds. When the unit is
connecting to its paired unit, the annunciator will double-flash every 1.5 s.
When the unit is connected to its paired unit, the annunciator will single flash
every 1.5 s. When the unit is turning off, the annunciator will illuminate until
the unit is off.
3.17
Push to Talk Button (PTT)
The Push To Talk button is a push button switch marked PTT and is located
on the right side of the JA60 Headset Adapter. To route microphone audio to
the JA61 Intercom Adapter, press and hold the PTT button.
4
Unpacking
Unpack the box carefully, and ensure that it contains the following:
 one ea. Wireless Aircraft Headset Adapter, JAC P/N JA60-001
 one ea. Wireless Aircraft Intercom Adapter, JAC P/N JA61-001
 one ea. Mounting Bracket, JAC P/N PLT-CLIP-0004
 two pkg. of AAA rechargeable batteries, JAC P/N MSC-BATT-AAA1
 two ea. USB to Micro USB cables, JAC P/N CAB-USB-0003
 one wiJAC™ Quick Start Guide, JAC P/N DOC-GUID-WIJAC
5
Set-up and Connection
5.1
Verify Operating Region
The wiJAC-001 Wireless Intercom System operates using radio frequencies
that are authorized by government regulatory agencies. Ensure the region in
which you are operating the units matches the region marked on a label on
the back of each unit.
5.2
Verify Pairing Registration Number
The wiJAC-001 Wireless Intercom System consists of one set of paired
Adapters. The Headset Adapter must be paired with the Intercom Adapter.
Ensure that the same three character Pairing Registration Number is marked
on a label on the back of each unit.
5.3
Insert Batteries
Ensure the batteries in both units are fully charged and installed in the
battery compartment with the correct polarity and the battery lid is secured.
5.4
Attach Connectors to Aircraft and Headset
Connect the JA61 Intercom Adapter plug to a TJ-120 or TJT120 aircraft
intercom headset jack.
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Insert a headset with a U-174/U or U93A/U type plug into the JA60 Headset
Adapter jack.
5.5
Turn On Adapters and Verify Connection
On the JA60 Headset Adapter, turn the VOL knob fully CCW to minimum.
Turn on the JA60 Headset Adapter and the JA61 Intercom Adapter. On both
units the PWR ON and LOW BATT annunciators will illuminate for two
seconds. Then the PWR ON annunciators will flash every 1.5 seconds.
When the units are connected, the PWR ON annunciators on both units will
flash once every 1.5 seconds.
5.5
Verify Audio Operation
Set the aircraft audio system's VOX mode to live or key the aircraft audio
system's ICS PTT for the headset connection used by the JA61 Intercom
Adapter.
Adjust the JA60 Headset Adapter's VOX control to fully CCW and the VOL
control to achieve a comfortable listening level, confirm that the microphone
audio is live—all microphone audio is heard in the phones. Confirm that the
audio level increases as the VOL control is rotated CW and decreases as
the VOL control is rotated CCW.
Adjust the Headset Adapter's VOX control to fully CW and confirm that the
microphone audio is off.
Press the Headset Adapter's PTT button and confirm that microphone audio
is heard in the phones.
Adjust the Headset Adapter's VOX control for a comfortable speaking level
and return the aircraft audio system's controls to the previous settings.
6
Operation
6.1
Overview
When both units are turned on and connected, phones audio from the
aircraft audio system is transmitted from the Intercom Adapter, Received by
the Headset Adapter and output on the headset's phones. Microphone audio
from the headset's microphone is transmitted from the Headset Adapter,
received by the Intercom Adapter and output to the aircraft's audio system
as microphone audio.
6.2
Listening Operation
The Headset Adapter's Phones Volume controls the level of audio heard in
the headset's ear phones. As background noise levels change, the volume
may need to be adjusted.
6.3
VOX Speaking Operation
To use the JA60 Headset Adapter hands-free, adjust the VOX control such
that the microphone audio is turned on when speaking in to the headset's
microphone at a comfortable level, or at a level to keep the background
noise from turning on the microphone audio.
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PTT Speaking Operation
To use the JA60 Headset Adapter in high-noise environments, adjust the
VOX control fully CW. To communicate, press and hold the JA60 Headset
Adapter's PTT button and speak in to the headset's microphone.
6.5
Live Speaking Operation
To use the JA60 Headset Adapter, such that the microphone audio is always
turned on, adjust the VOX control fully CCW.
6.6
Low Battery
When the unit's battery charge is low, the LOW BATT annunciator will triple
flash every 1.5 seconds. When the JA60 Headset Adapter battery charge is
low, a triple-beep will be heard in the headset every three minutes. When the
battery charge is low replace or recharge the batteries.
When the battery charge level is critical, the unit will turn off. When one unit
is off the other unit will begin searching for its paired unit and its PWR ON
annunciator will triple flash.
6.7
Battery Life
The duration the wiJAC-001 system will operate on fully charged batteries,
before battery replacement is required, depends on the following factors:
Distance between Headset Adapter and Intercom Adapter:
The closer together the units are the lower the radio frequency (RF)
power required for connection and will increase the battery life.
Obstacles between the Headset Adapter and Intercom Adapter:
Reducing the aircraft metal structures, human bodies, cargo and other
obstacles between the units will reduce the RF power needed for
connection and increase the battery life.
Charge capacity of the batteries installed:
The higher the capacity of the batteries, typically specified as 500 to
1000 mAh (milliamp-hours), the longer the battery life.
The type and temperature of the batteries installed:
During low temperature operation, rechargeable batteries will lose
capacity. When operating in low temperatures use alkaline batteries for
a longer battery life.
The phones volume level and usage rate:
The lower the volume level and the less often audio is output to the
phones the longer the battery life.
6.8
Operation during Charging
The units will operate while the Charging Port is connected to a USB power
source. Additional noise may be heard on the audio system while the
Charging Port is connected to a USB power source.
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Loss of Audio
If there is no audio heard in the headset, check the PWR ON annunciator on
the JA60 Headset Adapter and the JA61 Intercom Adapter. If a unit is off,
turn it on and verify connection and operation.
If the battery charge is low, replace or recharge the batteries or connect the
headset directly to the aircraft audio system.
If audio is unintelligible, turn off and remove the JA60 Headset Adapter and
the JA61 Intercom Adapter and connect the headset directly to the audio
panel.
If another aircraft system is experiencing a fault, turn off and remove the
JA60 Headset Adapter and the JA61 Intercom Adapter and connect the
headset directly to the audio panel. Do not use the JA60 Headset Adapter
and the JA61 Intercom Adapter if they are the cause of the fault.
7
Batteries
WARNING: If non-NiMH and non-NiCad batteries are installed, do
not connect the Charging Port to a USB power source. Charging
battery types other than NiMH or NiCad may cause the batteries to
leak or explode and cause damage or injury.
JAC recommends Duracell 800 mAh (or higher) NiMH or Duracell alkaline
batteries for use in the wiJAC™ system to obtain the typical battery life.
The JA60 and JA61 each require three AAA batteries.
Removal of the batteries WILL NOT change any internal configuration of the
unit.
7.1
Replacing the Batteries
To replace the batteries (both units
the same), remove the battery cover
by pressing the battery lid release
upwards, lifting the lower end of the
cover, and then gently pry the lid up
and away from the body to release
the two tabs from the retaining slots.
Retaining Tabs
Remove the batteries and insert fully
charged batteries matching the
polarity marked on the battery
holder.
Battery Lid Release
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7.2
Charging Batteries in the Unit
To charge rechargeable batteries in the unit, connect the Charging Port to a
USB power source using the USB to Micro-USB cable (CAB-USB-0003).
It should be possible to charge the unit via most USB power sources but this
cannot be guaranteed for any products not made or purchased by JAC.
Where space allows, JAC recommends the JAC
JA72-006 6 Dzus Glove Box with USB connector (see section 8.1)
Note: The batteries will charge when a unit is on or off.
Charging Operation – via Battery Charger
7.3
The batteries may be removed from the unit for charging in a separate
battery charger. See section 8. Removal of the batteries WILL NOT change
any internal configuration of the unit.
7.4
Battery Care and Maintenance
To look after and extend the life of a rechargeable NiMH battery:
CAUTION: Follow these guidelines to prolong battery life and
minimise the risk of unit malfunction.
Do not leave battery uncharged for long periods of time.
Do not leave battery charging for extended periods (more than 48
hours)
To ensure that the unit functions correctly, insert the new batteries with
the positive and negative poles aligned as indicated in the battery
compartment.
When replacing the batteries, use only new or fully charged batteries.
Do not mix old and new batteries as this can cause battery leakage
and/or damage to the unit.
Do not mix battery types.
WARNING: Follow these guidelines to prolong battery life, and
minimise the risk of fire, chemical burns, electrolyte leaks and/or
injury.
FOLLOW the battery manufacturer's instructions for battery care and
disposal.
DO NOT use sharp objects to remove the batteries.
DO NOT disassemble, puncture, burn or in any other way damage the
batteries.
DO NOT let children handle the batteries.
USE ONLY recommended battery chargers.
USE ONLY recommended replacement batteries.
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Accessories
8.1
JA72-006 Glove Box with USB Power Output
The JA72 Glove Box with USB Charger allows the aircraft owner/operator to
use an unused portion of the instrument panel for storage. The interior of the
glove box has a soft, high friction finish to minimize noise and movement
due to vibration.
A USB 2.0 Type A receptacle provides a USB power source of 5 Vdc power
up to 2 Amps, and a 3.5mm stereo jack enables music players to be
connected to the aircraft's audio system.
8.2
ProCS™ Product Configuration Software
Approved dealers and installers will be provided with the ProCS™ Product
Configuration Software and a ProCS™ connection cable.
8.3
Recommended Battery Charger
To charge AAA NiMH batteries, JAC recommends the charger should have
individual cell charging (so that three batteries may be charged at once), an
automatic shut of feature and a charge time of two to six hours.
Always follow the battery manufacturer’s recommendations for use of
batteries and battery chargers.
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Installation of the JA61 Mounting Bracket
Fig 9-1 - Bracket-mounted
JA61
The JA61 Intercom Adapter is
supplied with a mounting
bracket (part number PLTCLIP-0004) which may be
used to mount the unit in the
aircraft. The circular mounting
clip on the JA61 slides into the
mounting bracket and clicks
into position. It can be used in
any orientation.
Fig 9-2 - Mounting bracket dimensions
The mounting bracket is 1.7" wide by
1.2" high. It is attached using four
screws MS24693 and four locking nuts
MS21044-NO4 through four 1/8"
diameter holes.
Ensure that there is sufficient space to
connect the JA61-001 to the mounting
bracket and to the aircraft headset jack.
Fig 9-3 - Bracket/jack proximity
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Fig 9-4 - Mounting details
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Specifications
10.1
Mechanical
Height
Overall depth
Width
Weight (with Batteries)
Mounting
Headset Connections
Enclosure Material
Configuration Port
Charging Port
10.2
JA60-001
JA61-001
4.79 in (122 mm) max
8.15 in (207.0 mm) max
1.10 in (27.9 mm) max
1.10 in (27.9 mm) max
2.05 in (52.1 mm) max
2.05 in (52.1 mm) max
0.39 lb (178 g) max
0.33 lb (149 g) max
Belt clip
Mounting bracket
4 pole TJT-120 jack
4 pole TP-120 plug
Polycarbonate
4 pole 3.5mm jack
USB Micro-AB 2.0
Electrical
JA60-001
Default MICROPHONE INPUT level
Microphone Type
Default PHONES OUTPUT level
Phones Type
Charging Port
JA61-001
Default MICROPHONE OUTPUT level
Default PHONES INPUT level
Charging Port
10.3
300 mVrms
4.50 Vrms into 600 Ω
5 Vdc @ 200 mA
JA60-001
-15 to +50
25,000
95
6 g, 20
JA61-001
°C
ft
%RH (48 hours)
g (for 11 ms)
Other
JA60-001
Battery Life
Battery Quick Charge Duration
Battery Top-Up Charge Duration
Low Battery Notice Duration
Range
Region of Operation
Rev B
mVrms
Ω Amplified Dynamic
Vrms into 150 Ω
Ω
Vdc @ 200 mA
Environmental
Operating Temperature
Altitude
Humidity
Shock, Crash Safety
10.4
250
150
4.00
150
5
JA61-001
6 to 8 h (typical)
4h
48 h max
15 minutes
100 meters (typical)
North America
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FCC Compliance Statement
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
1.
2.
this device may not cause harmful interference, and
this device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.
Module transmetteur ID IC: 9576A-SC14A
Son fonctionnement est soumis aux deux conditions suivantes:
1.
2.
cet appareil ne doit pas causer d’interférences nuisibles et
cet appareil doit accepter toute interférence reçue, y compris les
interférences qui peuvent perturber le fonctionnement.
Changes or modifications to the equipment not expressly approved by the
Party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate
the equipment.
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits
for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These
limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses and radiates radio frequency energy and, if
not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. There is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does
cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to
try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna
Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to
which the receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Privacy of communications may not be ensured when using this equipment.
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Warranty
Locate and complete the online warranty registration form from the JAC
website: www.jupiteravionics.com/warrantyregistration
These products manufactured by JAC are warranted to be free of defects in
workmanship or performance for 1 year from the date of purchase. This
warranty covers the cost of all materials and labour to repair or replace the
unit, but does not include the cost of transporting the defective unit to and
from JAC or its designated warranty repair centre. This warranty does not
cover failures due to abuse, misuse, accident, incorrect battery
use/installation, or unauthorized alteration or repairs.
Contact JAC for any questions regarding this warranty and how it applies to
your unit(s). JAC is the final arbiter concerning warranty issues.
Contact JAC for a Returned Materials Authorisation Form (RMA) prior to
shipping any products for repair. This form can be downloaded from our
website at www.jupiteravionics.com/dealersrmaform
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Jupiter Avionics Corporation
1959 Kirschner Road
Kelowna BC
V1Y 4N7 Canada
Tel: 778-478-2232
Toll-Free: 855-478-2232
www.jupiteravionics.com
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