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3M Personal Safety Division 

3M Center, Building 235-2NW-70

St. Paul, MN 55144-1000

www.3M.com/Peltor

3M Technical Support

USA 

  Canada

1-800-665-2942

www.3M.com/patent  

1-855-484-3093

peltor.comms@mmm.com  

peltor.comms.canada@mmm.com

FP3771 rev a

Copyright © 3M 2015. All rights reserved.

3M™ PELTOR™ LiteCom Pro II Headsets are made 

in Sweden by 3M Svenska AB, SE-331 02, Värnamo, 

Sweden.

3M and PELTOR are trademarks of 3M Company,

St. Paul, MN 55144-1000, USA. Used under license 

in Canada.

Please recycle. Printed in Sweden.

 


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USA  

 

Canada

MT7H7F4010-NA-50 MT7H7F4010-CA-50
MT7H7B4010-NA-50 MT7H7B4010-CA-50
MT7H7P3E4010-NA-50 MT7H7P3E4010-CA-50

PELTOR™ LiteCom Pro II Headset

The Sound Solution

Two-way Radio Headset

Orejera con radio de dos vías

Headset radio bidirectionnel

 


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The Sound Solution

(A)

(A:18)

(A:17)

(A:16)

(A:9)

(A:12)

(A:13)

(A:6)

(A:1)

(A:2)

(A:11)

(A:3)
(A:4)

(A:5)

(A:8)

(A:14)

(A:10)

(A:15)

(A:7)

 


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(E)

(F)

(G)

E:1

F:1

G:1

E:2

F:2

G:2

G:3

C:1

(B)

(C)

B:1

B:2

C:2

B:3

C:3

B:4

C:4

C:5

C:6

(D)

D:1

D:2

D:3

 


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USA

Canada

LiteCom Pro II 

Channel 

 Frequency (MHz) 

 Type 

Requires 

FCC License? 

Type

Requires 

IC License? 

1

462,5625

FRS 1/GMRS 9

No 

FRS 1/GMRS 2

 No 

2

462,5875

FRS 2/GMRS 10 

No 

FRS 2/GMRS 4

 No 

3

462,6125

FRS 3/GMRS 11

No 

FRS 3/GMRS 6

 No 

4

462,6375

FRS 4/GMRS 12 

No 

FRS 4/GMRS 8

 No 

5

462,6625

FRS 5/GMRS 13

No 

FRS 5/GMRS 10

 No 

6

462,6875

FRS 6/GMRS 14

No 

FRS 6/GMRS 12

 No 

7

462,7125

FRS 7/GMRS 15

No 

FRS 7/GMRS 14

 No 

8

467,5625

FRS 8  

No 

FRS 8

 No 

9

467,5875

FRS 9  

No 

FRS 9

 No 

10

467,6125

FRS 10  

No 

FRS 10

 No 

11

467,6375

FRS 11  

No 

FRS 11

 No 

12

467,6625

FRS 12  

No 

FRS 12

 No 

13

467,6875

FRS 13  

No 

FRS 13

 No 

14

467,7125

FRS 14  

No 

FRS 14

 No 

15

462,5500

GMRS 1

Yes 

GMRS 1

 No 

16

462,5750

GMRS 2

Yes 

GMRS 3

 No 

17

462,6000

GMRS 3

Yes 

GMRS 5

 No 

18

462,6250

GMRS 4

Yes 

GMRS 7

 No 

19

462,6500

GMRS 5

Yes 

GMRS 9

 No 

20

462,6750

GMRS 6

Yes 

GMRS 11

 No 

21

462,7000

GMRS 7

Yes 

GMRS 13

 No 

22

462,7250

GMRS 8

Yes 

GMRS 15

 No 

23

464,5000

 PLMR 1

Yes 

Not Applicable 

Not Applicable 

24

464,5500

 PLMR 2

Yes 

Not Applicable

Not Applicable

25

467,7625

 PLMR 3

Yes 

Not Applicable

Not Applicable

26

467,8125

 PLMR 4

Yes 

Not Applicable

Not Applicable

27

467,8500

 PLMR 5

Yes 

Not Applicable

Not Applicable

28

467,8750

 PLMR 6

Yes 

Not Applicable

Not Applicable

29

467,9000

 PLMR 7

Yes 

Not Applicable

Not Applicable

30

467,9250

 PLMR 8

Yes 

Not Applicable

Not Applicable

(H) ANSI S3.19-1974 per USA EPA

(I) Radio Channel Frequencies

NOTE: 

• Canadian models only have 1-22 channels preprogrammed into the headset

• USA models have all 1-30 channels preprogrammed into the headset

Frequency [Hz] 

H1

125

250

500

1000

2000

3150

4000

6300

8000

NRR

CSA 

Class 

Headband: 

MT7H7F4010-NA-50

MT7H7F4010-CA-50

Mean Attenuation [dB] 

H2

17.8

23.0

32.1

36.2

35.1

39.0

38.7

38.3

36.5

25 dB

A

Standard Deviation [dB] 

H3

4.4

3.2

2.8

3.0

2.4

3.8

3.0

3.5

3.9

Neckband:

MT7H7B4010-NA-50

MT7H7B4010-CA-50

Mean Attenuation [dB] 

H2

18.9

25.9

35.2

37.0

34.9

40.6

39.9

39.7

39.7

26 dB

A

Standard Deviation [dB] 

H3

5.2

3.2

3.3

2.9

2.5

3.6

3.0

2.3

2.5

Hard hat attachment:

MT7H7P3E4010-NA-50

MT7H7P3E4010-CA-50

Mean Attenuation [dB] 

H2

19.4

24.3

33.6

35.5

34.1

38.5

38.0

35.8

35.7

25 dB

A

Standard Deviation [dB] 

H3

3.4

3.3

3.8

1.7

2.6

3.6

3.1

5.4

5.4

 


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(J) Continuous Tone Coded Squelch System (CTCSS)

(K) Digital Coded Squelch (DCS)

1. 67 0

8. 88.5

15. 110.9 22. 141.3 29. 179.9 26. 233.6

2. 71.9

9. 91.5

16. 114.8 23. 146.2 30. 186.2 37. 241.8

3. 74.4

10. 94.8

17. 118.8 24. 151.4 31. 192.8 38. 250.3

4. 77.0

11. 97.4

18. 123.0 25. 156.7 32. 203.5

5.79.7

12. 100.0 19. 127.3 26. 162.2 33. 210.9

6. 82.5

13. 103.5 20. 131.8 27. 167.9 34. 218.1

7.85.4

14. 107.2 21. 136.5 28. 173.8 35. 225.7

39. 023

53. 114

67. 174

81. 315

95. 445

109. 631

40. 025

54. 115

68. 205

82. 331

96. 464

110. 632

41. 026

55. 116

69. 223

83. 343

97. 465

111. 654

42. 031

56. 125

70. 226

84. 346

98. 466

112. 662

43. 032

57. 131

71. 243

85. 351

99. 503

113. 664

44. 043

58. 132

72. 244

86. 364

100. 506

114. 703

45. 047

59. 134

73. 245

87. 365

101. 516

115. 712

46. 051

60. 143

74. 251

88. 371

102. 532

116. 723

47. 054

61. 152

75. 261

89. 411

103. 546

117. 731

48. 065

62. 155

76. 263

90. 412 

104. 565

118. 732

49. 071

63. 156

77. 265

91. 413

105. 606

119. 734

50. 072

64. 162

78. 271

92. 423

106. 612

120. 743

51. 073

65. 165

79. 306

93. 431

107. 624

121. 754

52. 074

66. 172 

80. 311

94. 432

108. 627

 


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3M™ PELTOR™ LiteCom Pro II Headset

EN Programmable Built-in Two-way Communication Headset 1-4
ES 
Orejera con comunicación de dos vías programable 
FR 
Headset de communication bidirectionnel intégré programmable 

   

 


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EN

Important Safety Information

Please read, understand, and follow all safety information in these instructions prior to using the 3M™ PELTOR™ LiteCom 

Pro II Headset. Retain these instructions for future reference.

You have purchased a two way radio that operates using GMRS and Part 90 frequencies for use within the United States.

In the US, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) requires that you register for a GMRS/Part 90 license, and 

requires that anyone operating a device on the General Mobile Radio Service (GMRS) and Part 90 obtain a license prior to 

use.

You can contact your 3M™ PELTOR™ authorized dealer or if dealer is not available in your area you can also apply for a 

GMRS/Part 90 license online at FCC Universal License System (ULS) web site (http://wireless.fcc.gov/uls/)

WARNING: SPECIAL CONDITIONS FOR INSTRICALLY SAFE USE

The user is responsible for ensuring that the 3M™ PELTOR™ LiteCom Pro II Headset and Accessories are used according to 

the applicable regulations in explosive environments.

• Substitution of components will nullify the intrinsically safe design.

• Do not use the headsets or accessories in potentially explosive environments if they appear broken or otherwise damaged. 

• Only use the 3M™ PELTOR™ ACK08 Battery, and only use the 3M™ PELTOR Power Supply (FR08) and Charger Cable 

(AL2AH) to charge the battery.

• Only change or charge the battery in a nonhazardous location.

RF Exposure Statement:

The headset antenna must be operated to provide a separation distance of at least 4cm from the head and must not be co-

located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.

WARNING:

• If the information and recommendations contained herein are not adhered to, the protection afforded by the headset will be 

severely impaired.

• Improper fit of this device will reduce its effectiveness in attenuating noise. Consult the enclosed instructions for proper fit.

• Misuse or failure to wear hearing protection at all times when exposed to hazardous noise may result in hearing loss or 

injury.

CAUTION:

• Hearing protectors should be used in conjunction with a hearing conservation program that also includes monitoring, 

audiometric testing, training and recordkeeping. Consult an Occupational Health and Safety professional for more 

information.

• When worn according to the User Instructions, this hearing protector helps reduce exposure to both continuous noises, such 

as industrial noises and noises from vehicles and aircraft, as well as very loud impulse noises, such as gunfire. It is difficult 

to predict the required and/or actual hearing protection obtained during exposure to impulse noises. For gunfire, the weapon 

type, number of rounds fired, proper selection, fit and use of hearing protection, proper care of hearing protection, and other 

variables will impact performance. If your hearing seems dulled or you hear a ringing or buzzing during or after any noise 

exposure (including gunfire), or for any other reason you suspect a hearing problem, your hearing may be at risk. To learn 

more about hearing protection for impulse noise, visit www.3M.com/hearing.

This device complies with Industry  Canada’s license-exempt RSS’s. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:

(1) This device may not cause interference; and

(2) This device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.

NOTE: The 3M™ PELTOR™ LiteCom Pro II Headset is integrated with a radio transmitter. Radio frequencies 

are subject to the rules and regulations of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and Industry Canada 

(IC), and many radio frequencies require a license from the FCC and/or IC prior to operating the radio transmitter. 

The user/operator is responsible for contacting the FCC and/or IC and obtaining any necessary licenses 

prior to using the built-in two-way communication radio.

NOTE: The 3M™ PELTOR™ LiteCom Pro II Headset is designed to meet the regulatory requirements in 

those jurisdictions in which it is offered. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by 3M Company could 

void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.

 


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EN

3M™ PELTOR™ LiteCom Pro II Headset

Congratulations and thank you for choosing the 3M™ 

PELTOR™ LiteCom Pro II Headset. The LiteCom Pro II 

headset is a hearing protector with a built-in, programmable 

two-way communication radio, a level dependent function 

for environmental listening, and a port to connect external 

equipment.

The models described in this manual are certified as Intrinsically 

Safe (IS). For further information and instructions on the use 

within IS areas, please refer to the 3M™ PELTOR™ LiteCom 

Pro II Headset IS Technical Data Sheet. 

1. COMPONENTS

MT7H7F4010-**

(A:1) Headband (Stainless steel, Leather) 

(A:2) Headband wire (stainless steel) 

(A:3) Guide (POM)

(A:4) Ear cushion (PVC foil and PUR foam) 

(A:5) Foam liner (PUR foam) 

(A:6) Cup

(A:7) Environmental microphone

(A:8) Dynamic communications microphone

(A:9) Antenna

(A:10) External input/output

(A:11) Li-ion battery (rechargeable) 

(A:12) On/Off/Mode button

(A:13) [+] button

(A:14) [–] button 

(A:15) PTT button

MT7H7P3E4010-**

(A:16) Cup supporting arm (stainless steel)

MT7H7B4010-**

(A:17) Neckband wire (stainless steel) (A:18) Neckband cover 

(POX)

2. FITTING AND ADJUSTMENT

The noise reduction may be lower when eyeglasses, goggles 

or respirator straps are worn between the sealing surface of the 

earmuff cushions and the sides of the wearer’s head. For best 

noise reduction, select eyeglasses or goggles that have thin, 

flat temples or straps which will minimize interference with the 

seal of the earmuff cushions. Pull long hair back to the extent 

possible and remove other items that may degrade the earmuff 

seal such as pencils, hats, jewelry or earbuds. 

Do not bend and reshape the headband as this will cause a 

loose fit and allow sound leakage. 

2:1 Headband model (Fig. B)

(B:1) Expand the headband

(B:2) Slide out the cups and make sure that the cable is on the 

outside of the headband.

(B:3) Place headset on top of your head and adjust the height 

of the cups by sliding them up or down while holding the 

headband in place. Each earmuff should be positioned so it 

surrounds the ear entirely. 

(B:4) The headband should be positioned across the top of 

your head.

2:2 Hard hat attachment model (Fig. C)

(C:1) Insert the hard hat attachment in the slot on the hard hat 

and snap it into place (C:2).

(C:3) Make sure that the cable is on the outside of the 

headband. 

(C:4) Usage position: Press the headband wires inwards 

until you hear a click on both sides. Each cushion should be 

positioned so it surrounds the ear entirely. Make sure that the 

cups and the headband wires do not press on the edge of the 

hard hat as this can cause noise leakage.

(C:5) Stand by position: Snap earmuffs out to allow ventilation. 

(C:6) Avoid placing the cups against the hard hat as it will stress 

on the hard hat attachment and prevent the earmuffs from 

drying. When the hard hat is not in use, place the cups in work 

mode. 

Note: In Canada, users of hard hats combined with earmuffs 

must refer to CSA Standard Z94.1 on industrial protective 

headwear.

2:3 Neckband (Fig. D)
(D:1) Place the cups in position over the ears.
(D:2) Keep the headset in position and place the head strap on 
top of your head and lock it tight in position.

(D:3) The head strap should be positioned across the top of your 

head.

2:4 Microphone (Fig. E)

(E:1 & E:2) To maintain optimal audio quality and noise 

cancelling performance, the communications microphone 

should be positioned very close to your mouth (3mm or 1/8in).

2:5 Replacing the hard hat attachment plate (Fig. F)

The P3K hard hat attachment is included and fits a wide 

selection of hard hats. If the P3K attachment does not fit on 

your hard hat, contact 3M Technical Support or an authorized 

dealer for alternative attachment plates. To remove the 

attachment plate:

(F:1) Use a screwdriver to remove the screw holding the plate.

(F:2) Insert the new plate and tighten the screw.

3. USAGE/FUNCTIONS

3:1 Inserting and removing the battery

Insert the rechargeable battery in the battery compartment and 

push down the clamp to lock it into place. The battery level is 

indicated by a voice message in the headset upon startup. A 

“low battery” message indicates only a few minutes of battery 

life remains and the unit will automatically switch off. To remove 

the battery, make sure the unit is powered off. Push the clamp 

upwards to unlock the battery.

3:2 Recharging the battery

Make sure the unit is switched off. The battery can be charged 

on the headset or it can be removed and charged separately.

 


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are five levels plus it can be turned off. As the squelch level 

is increased, there will be greater suppression of static noise, 

but consequently the range of communication will be reduced. 

Conversely, a lower squelch level provides less static noise 

reduction but will increase the range of communication. To 

switch this function off, push the – button for two seconds. Push 

the + button to switch this function back on.

3:4.6 Sub-channel (Canada only)

Sub-channels (selective squelch) use unique inaudible tones 

that serve as a passkey, thus limiting what you hear to radios 

with the same sub-channel setting. The advantage of sub-

channels is that they can be used to set up multiple private 

groups within a single channel. However, it’s important to note 

that only one person can transmit on a single channel at any 

given time. Therefore, if anybody is transmitting on the channel, 

all sub-channels will be blocked during that time. BCLO (Busy 

Channel Lock Out) will prevent transmission on a busy channel. 

Push the + or the – button to turn the sub-channel on or off. 

This product supports Continuous Tone Coded Squelch System 

(CTCSS) and Digital Coded System (DCS). 

 

3:4.7 Power 

The built-in two-way radio has three output power levels: High, 

Medium and Low. A higher output power level increases the 

range of radio communication but will consequently decrease 

the battery life. Use the + or the– buttons to select the output 

power level. A voice message confirms the new setting. 

3:4:8 Language

Choose your prefered language by pushing + or -. 

3:5 PTT (Push-To-Talk)

The PTT button is used to manually control the two-way radio 

transmission. Push the PTT button when you intend to transmit.

4. MAINTENANCE

4:1 Replacing the ear cushions (Fig. G)

(G:1) Slide your fingers under the edge of the ear cushion and 

pull straight out.

(G:2) Insert the new foam and ear cushion 

(G:3). Fit one side of the new ear cushion into the groove of 

the earcup and then press on the opposite side until it snaps 

into place.

4:2 Cleaning

It is a best practice to remove the ear cushions (see 4:1) if you 

have been wearing the earmuffs for a long time or if moisture 

has gathered inside the cups. Clean and disinfect the cups, 

headband and ear cushions regularly with soap and warm 

water. Allow the headphones to dry completely before using 

them again. With heavy use, it is recommended that the ear 

cushions are replaced at least twice a year.

NOTE: Do not immerse the hearing protector in water.

4:3 Use and storage conditions

Use Conditions: Do not use the hearing protector at 

temperatures below -4°F (-20°C) or above 122°F (50°C).

3.3 Switching the headset on and off

Push and hold the On/Off/Mode button (A:12) for two seconds 

to switch the headset on or off. A voice message will confirm 

that the unit has been switched on or off. The On/Off/Model 

button will flash when the unit is powered on. The current 

settings are saved when the headset is switched off. The 

automatic power-off time of two hours (factory default) but can 

be configured by a 3M Service Technician or an authorized 

dealer. Automatic power-off is indicated by a voice message, 

“automatic power off” followed by a series of short tones for 10 

seconds, then the unit will power off. The automatic power off 

can be aborted by pushing a button or by using VOX.

3:4 Menu

Briefly push the On/Off/Mode button (A:12) to browse through 

the following menu options: 

3:4.1 Surround volume

Push the + or the – button to adjust the environmental sound 

volume. There are five volume levels, with level five allowing 

a maximum of 82 dB(A). To switch this function off, push the – 

button for two seconds. Push the + button to switch the function 

back on again.

3:4.2 Radio volume 

Push the + or the – button to adjust the two-way radio sound 

level. There are five volume levels. To switch this function off, 

push the – button for two seconds. Push the + button to switch 

this function back on again. 

NOTE: When the volume is switched off, no radio 

communication can be heard and all the radio configurations 

menus are hidden.

3:4.3 Channel 

Push the + or the – button to change the radio channel. 

3:4.4 VOX 

VOX, or voice operated transmission, is a hands-free feature 

that enables radio transmission without having to push a PTT 

button. The VOX feature will open the radio channel upon 

vocalization and close the radio channel when no speech is 

detected (the speech microphone must be placed close to 

your mouth (D:2)). There are five VOX levels plus it can be 

turned off. Push the + or the – button to adjust the VOX level. 

The VOX level defines the acoustic threshold that activates 

the radio transmission. Use the lower VOX levels for quieter 

environments and higher VOX levels for louder environments. 

To switch the VOX function off, push the – button for two 

seconds or push the PTT button twice. Push the + button to 

switch the VOX function back on. The radio has a BCLO (Busy 

Channel Lock Out) function that prevents VOX operation if the 

channel is being used for another transmission. A tone indicates 

that the channel is currently being used.

3:4.5 Squelch 

Squelch is a function that reduces the hiss or static noise 

that may be heard during the two-way radio communication. 

Push the + or the – button to adjust the squelch level. There 

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Storage Conditions: Remove the batteries before storing the 

product. Do not store the hearing protector at temperatures 

below -4°F (-20°C) or above 131°F (55°C), for example on a 

car dashboard, parcel shelf or window sill.

 

4:4 Configuration

Much of the internal programming and default settings of the 

LiteCom Pro II headset can be adjusted. Contact a 3M Service 

Technician or an authorized dealer.

5. TECHNICAL DATA

5:1 Supporting Information required by the U.S.A. EPA: 

Title 40 CFR Part 211 (Table H)

H1. Test frequencies 

H2. Mean attenuation 

H3. Standard deviation

The level of noise entering a person’s ear, when hearing 

protector is worn as directed, is closely approximated by the 

difference between the A-weighted environmental noise level 

and the NRR. Example:

1. The environmental noise level as measured at the ear is 92 

dB(A).

2. The NRR is 25 decibels (dB).

3. The level of noise entering the ear is approximately equal to 

67 dB(A).

CAUTION:

• For noise environments dominated by frequencies below 500 

Hz the C weighted environmental noise level should be used.

• Although hearing protectors can be recommended for 

protection against the harmful effects of impulsive noise, the 

noise reduction rating (NRR) is based on the attenuation of 

continuous noise and may not be an accurate indicator of the 

protection attainable against impulsive noise such as gunfire 

(wording required by EPA).

 

NOTE: 3M recommends fit testing of hearing protectors. If 

NRR is used to estimate typical workplace protection, 3M 

recommends that NRR be reduced by 50% or in accordance 

with applicable regulations.

6. ACCESSORIES AND SPARE PARTS

3M™ PELTOR™ HY79 Hygiene Kit

Hygiene kit consisting of two foam pads, two foam rings and 

snap- in ear cushions.

3M™ PELTOR™ HY100A Clean – Single-Use Protectors

Single-use protector for the ear cushions. Package of 100 pairs.

3M™ PELTOR™ HYM1000 Mike Protector

Moisture and wind-tight tape. Protects the speech microphone. 

Package of 16.4 feet for about 50 replacements.

3M™ PELTOR™ M995 Wind Shield

Wind noise protector for MT53-type speech microphones. One 

per package.

3M™ PELTOR™ M40/1 Wind Shield for MT7-type speech 

microphones

Wind noise protector for MT7-type speech microphones. One 

per package.

3M™ PELTOR™ M60/2 Wind Shield for ambient 

microphones Wind noise protector for ambient sound 

microphones. One pair per package.

3M™ PELTOR™ FL5602-50 External PTT Adapter

Intrinsically Safe Push-To-Talk button with connection cable. 

3M™ PELTOR™ ACK08 Battery

Intrinsically safe Li-Ion battery.

WARNING: The following accessories MUST NOT be 

connected or disconnected in a potentially explosive 

environment.

3M™ PELTOR™ MT53N-12 Electret Microphone

Microphone boom with electret differential microphone.

3M™ PELTOR™ MT7N-02 Dynamic Microphone

Microphone boom with dynamic differential microphone.

3M™ PELTOR™ MT90-02 Throat Microphone Dynamic 

throat microphone.

NOTE: Use of any other type of microphone other than 

the original model requires re-programming of the LiteCom 

headset. Contact the 3M Service Technician or an authorized 

dealer for more information.

WARNING: The following accessories MUST NOT be used 

in a potentially explosive environment.

3M™ PELTOR™ FR08 Power Supply

Power supply for the PELTOR ACK08-50 battery.

3M™ PELTOR™ AL2AH Battery Charge Cable

Cable for use when charging battery ACK08-50.

3M™ PELTOR™ FL6CS Connecting Cable

2.5 mm stereo connector, listen only.

3M™ PELTOR™ FL6CT Connecting Cable

3.5 mm stereo connector, listen only.

3M™ PELTOR™ FL6BT Connecting Cable

3.5 mm mono connector for use with a communication radio.

3M™ PELTOR™ FL6BR Connecting Cable

PELTOR J11 connector (type Nexus TP-120) for use with a 

PELTOR adapter and an external communication radio.

7. WARRANTY AND LIMITATION OF LIABILITY

NOTE: The following statements do not apply in Australia and 

New Zealand. Consumers should rely on their statutory rights.

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WARRANTY: In the event any 3M Personal Safety Division 

product is found to be defective in material, workmanship, or not 

in conformity with any express warranty for a specific purpose, 

3M’s only obligation and your exclusive remedy shall be at 3M’s 

option, to repair, replace or refund the purchase price of such 

parts or products upon timely notification of the issue by you 

and substantiation that the product has been stored, maintained 

and used in accordance with 3M’s written instructions. EXCEPT 

WHERE PROHIBITED BY LAW, THIS WARRANTY IS 

EXCLUSIVE AND IS IN LIEU OF ANY EXPRESS OR

IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS 

FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR OTHER WARRANTY 

OF QUALITY, OR THOSE ARISING FROM A COURSE OF 

DEALING, CUSTOM OR USAGE OF TRADE, EXCEPT OF 

TITLE AND AGAINST PATENT INFRINGEMENT. 3M has no

obligation under this warranty with respect to any product that 

has failed due to inadequate or improper storage, handling, or 

maintenance; failure to follow product instructions; or alteration 

or damage to the product caused by accident, neglect, or 

misuse.

LIMITATION OF LIABILITY: EXCEPT WHERE PROHIBITED 

BY LAW, IN NO EVENT SHALL 3M BE LIABLE FOR 

ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR 

CONSEQUENTIAL LOSS OR DAMAGES (INCLUDING LOST 

PROFITS) ARISING FROM THIS PRODUCT, REGARDLESS 

OF THE LEGAL THEORY ASSERTED. THE REMEDIES SET 

FORTH HEREIN ARE EXCLUSIVE.

Important

 

Notice

3M does not accept liability of any kind, be it direct or 

consequential (including, but not limited to, loss of profits, 

business and/or goodwill) arising from reliance upon any 

information herein provided by 3M. The user is responsible 

for determining the suitability of the products for their intended 

use. Nothing in this statement will be deemed to exclude or 

restrict 3M’s liability for death or personal injury arising from its 

negligence.

 

 


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NOTICE:  This radio is intended for use in occupational/controlled conditions, 
where users have full knowledge of their exposure and can exercise control over 
their exposure to meet FCC limits.  This radio device is NOT authorized for 
general population, consumer, or any other use. 
 
This 2-way radio uses electromagnetic energy in the radio frequency (RF) spectrum to 
provide communications between two or more users over a distance.  It uses radio 
frequency (RF) energy or radio waves to send and receive calls.  RF energy is one form 
of electromagnetic energy.  Other forms include,  but are not limited to, electric power, 
sunlight and x-rays. RF energy, however, should not be confused with these other forms 
of electromagnetic energy, which when used improperly can cause biological damage.  
Very high levels of x-rays, for example, can damage tissues and genetic material. 

FCC Caution: 

 

Any Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for 

compliance could void the user's    authority to operate the equipment. 

 

This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two 

conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must 

accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.       

 

 
IC Caution: 

This device complies with Industry Canada licence-exempt RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to the 

following two conditions: 

  (1) this device may not cause interference, and 

  (2) this device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation 

of the device. 

Le présent appareil est conforme aux CNR d'Industrie Canada applicables aux 
appareils radio exempts de licence. L'exploitation est autorisée aux deux conditions 
suivantes : (1) l'appareil ne 
doit pas produire de brouillage, et (2) l'utilisateur de l'appareil doit accepter tout 
brouillage radioélectrique subi, même si le brouillage est susceptible d'en 
compromettre le fonctionnement
 

 

The device been tested is compliance with RF field strength limits, users can obtain Canadian 

information on RF exposure and compliance.The minimum distance from body to use the device is 4cm.   

Le présent appareil est conforme 

Après examen de ce matériel aux conformité ou aux limites d’intensité de champ RF, 

les utilisateurs peuvent sur l’exposition aux radiofréquences et la conformité and compliance d’acquérir 

les informations correspondantes.

 

La distance minimale du corps à utiliser le dispositif est de 4cm.