For more than 40 years TEA has been well known for providing the highest quality in headsets and communication accessories with the capabilities to control multiple radios, intercom systems and mobile devices. In just the past decade there have been major advancements in portable radios and other 2-way devices, providing more features to special tactics operators. As more and more of these devices deploy into the field there has become a high demand for advanced solutions that allows users to seamlessly connect and control all of their comms devices with one simple to use controller. With many of the available options today one of the most common issues with these controllers has been that they are very big and bulky, can only be used with a limited number of headsets and many are too complex to operate.
With “Size” and “Simplicity” in mind the INVISIO V60 provides users a small, simple and smart controller that allows them to connect and take command of their communications whether on land, sea or air.
Size matters… The V60 is 50 percent smaller than it’s predecessor the INVISIO X50 and other similar systems on the market, making it the market’s smallest Quad-Com capable tactical communication system. Quad-Com capable means that with the use of a dual-net radio users now have the unique capability of communicating across four separate channels with the new V60. Devices that can be integrated into the V60 include 2-way radios, dual-net radios, radio man-packs, vehicle/aircraft and watercraft ICS, mobile phones, tablets, PC’s and even user to user through the use of TEA’s new portable intercom system. Users can also control their devices remotely or from the rail of their rifle with the optional INVISIO M80 dual wireless push-to-talk.
Connect any headset new or old… What makes the V60 even more popular is that TEA has made adapters for it work with existing and legacy headsets such as Peltor or Sordin. Like the X50 the V60 will mainly feature being used with the INVISIO X5, a dual in-ear headset which provides user certified hearing protection, enhanced digital hearing and clear communications, which still uses patented bone conduction microphones for speech. TEA will also offer a custom molded version of this headset called the X6 and a special version for JTAC/Airborne applications. V60 is rated IP68 (submersible down to 20 meters) and compliant with MIL-STD810F standards. The V60 will be available for demo at AUSA later this month in Washington DC and will be available for team evaluations shortly after.