The EQ-Link is a breakthrough in wireless communication for aviation designed to provide high grade voice quality in noisy environments. It connects headsets and provides the interface for your radio and communication system. When the aircraft's communication settings are adjusted to suit, the system will function at its peak performance. Since it acts as a cable replacement for standards headsets, it will receive any imperfections within the aircraft's communications. Advanced features on the module can be activated to assist the noise reduction performance and block out any additional sounds.
Standard aviation cables and jacks are included with the unit to suit typical aviation connections. The EQ-Link will be synced with the aircraft communications system once installed - it will automatically power on or off along with the communications system.
There are many system inputs and controls available such as a mini USB used for charging and 3.5mm audio jack for cell phone/Bluetooth or MP3 player compatibility. A convenient status button displays battery capacity, which is transmitted to the headset to inform of remaining battery life.
,br>When an aircraft is PTT activated, the EQ-Link can detect it and will override all other ancillary inputs such as cell phone UHF, MP3, etc. Finally, it is easy to mount your EQ-Link so that it stays put while you're on the go. The module comes with handy Velcro and a cable clip for additional support.
The EQ-Link system includes an EQ1 Wireless Headset, which will automatically detect the module in the aircraft. If the system is not found, the headset will power off automatically after 2 minutes. All EQ1 Headsets and EQ-Links are fitted with NiMh low loss batteries, which lose approximately 1% of their stored charge per month when not in use. When fully charged the EQ-Link can provide up to 35 hours of in-flight use. It can be charged from the supplied wall charger by plugging the connector into the headset socket and will preserve the fully charged battery until it is in use.