Sync Electo - Honeywell Safety Products

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Product Family
Sync Electo
Sync Electo Digital FM Radio and Stereo
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Product Numbers & Ordering Information
Product Numbers
Sync Electo
Impact Noise & Digital FM Radio Earmuff
Sync Electo-H Helmet
Impact Noise & Digital FM Radio Earmuff
Packaging Information
Unit of measure: Each = 1 each (box), Case = 5 each
GTIN code: 7312550303337 Box, 17312550302224 Case
Weight: 374g each (no packaging)
COO: China
Key Features
Electo combines the entertainment benefit of our FM Radio earmuff with advanced sound amplification technology that
allows wearers to hear important communications – other co-workers, alarms and important warning signals – at a
safely amplified level, while listening to the radio. Positioned microphones provide more natural, directional hearing.
Through advanced response technology, Electo amplifies incoming sounds to 82dB, then acts as a passive earmuff for
sounds above 85dB.
Digital FM tuning with LCD display
High quality FM reception
10 station memory presets
Audio input jack; 3.5 mm cable included
Radio and audio volume does not exceed 82 dB
Sound amplification allows wearers to hear important communication – alarms/warning signals, co-workers’ voices
Directionally placed stereo microphones amplify and enhance sound for more natural hearing
Separate controls for sound amplification and radio volume
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Lightweight design provides all-day comfort
Reinforced fork slides for easy and comfortable fit
Features patented Airflow Control Technology - snap-in ear cushions make replacement quick and easy
101 hour battery life from two (2) AA batteries included
Helmet version available
Recommended Industries/Use
Oil and Gas
Steel and Metals
ANSI S3.19-1974 - NRR 25 dB
AS/NZS 1270:2002 - SLC80 26 dB, Class 5
ISO 4869-1:1990, ISO 4869:2-1992, EN 352-1:2002, EN 352-4:2001, EN 352-6:2002, EN 352-8:2008 - SNR 29 dB, H=29 dB,
M=27 dB, L=22 dB
FCC part 15 - This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules.
Historical Brand
Howard Leight
Over-the-head headband earmuff
Earcup Color
Headband Material
Steel, textile and polyurethane
Ear cushion Material
PVC and polyurethane
Two 1.5 V AA included
25 dB
Canada Class
29 dB, H= 29 dB, M= 27 dB, L= 22 dB
26 dB, Class 5
Literature & Documents
Sync Electo - User Instruction
Click link to download Instruction Manual for Sync Electo.
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Training & Proper Use
1. Fold out the earcups.
2. Place earcups over each ear.
3. Adjust the headband by sliding the headband up or down.
4. Firm Seal – Seal the cushions firmly against the head.
5. Avoid Obstructions – Do not allow hair to obstruct the ear or the earmuff’s secure fit in any way.
6. Cover Ear Completely – The earcups should never fit crooked or askew over the ear.
Additional Information
INSPECT – Regularly examine earcups and ear cushions for cracks and leaks—discard if earcups are visibly damaged or
compromised. Replace ear cushions if damaged.
CLEAN – Wash earcups and ear cushions regularly with mild soap and water. They may not be dipped into water. Do not
treat with any other substances, as the ear cushions may degrade and compromise use.
REPLACE – As ear cushions and foam inserts can degrade over time, replace these every 6-8 months under normal
wear, or every 3-4 months with heavy use or in humid/extreme climates.
Listening to music, or any other sound, at a high volume over time can cause permanent damage to your
hearing. Noise-induced hearing loss can occur even when we are enjoying music on a personal listening device.
Exposures to high volume over time can cause permanent damage. Users should enjoy their favorite music safely and
avoid potential hearing loss. When it comes to safe use of personal listening devices, we recommend that you listen
responsibly, including listening at no more than 80% of a device’s maximum volume for a maximum of 90 minutes per day
at such levels. If you listen at a lower volume, you can listen for a longer time. By contrast, at higher volumes, you should
listen for a shorter time. Noise-induced hearing loss is 100% permanent, but 100% preventable.
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