Peltor Headset Wiring

Written by david lipscomb | 13/05/2017
Peltor Headset Wiring
Wiring Peltor headsets is a standardaized process for most models. (Jupiterimages/Photos.com/Getty Images)

Peltor is a company that supplies communications and protective supplies to the military and other industries. Wiring a Peltor headset between device and headset is generally similar from model to model, utilising a 3.5-mm mono plug and a two-pin connector at the earpiece.

Locate the 3.5-mm jack on the connected device.

Plug the 3.5-mm mono plug on the Peltor headset into the corresponding jack on the device.

Slide the two-pin connector into the appropriate jack on the Peltor headset. Push this in firmly to ensure a solid connection.

Tips

  • Some Peltor headsets have a captive 3.5-mm and headphone connection on the earcup. The only connections for these few models are at the connected device. These are used for PTT (push to talk) communications.

Tips and Warnings

  • Some Peltor headsets have a captive 3.5-mm and headphone connection on the earcup. The only connections for these few models are at the connected device. These are used for PTT (push to talk) communications.

Things you need

  • Peltor audio input cable

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