HEADSET No. 3


TELECOM INSTRUCTION
C INSTALLATION
3 Internal
B1081
Issue 1, Nov 1980

HEADSETS No. 3 AND 3A
AURALITE HEADSETS

INTRODUCTION
This TI describes the Auralite Headset (Headset 3) and the Auralite Executive Headset (Headset 3A).

Maintenance procedures are described in TI E5 B5320.

GENERAL
The Auralite Headsets may be used on any installation where the Headset No. 1 can be used, i.e. as an operators' instrument on the larger PBXS, in addition to, or in lieu of, the operators' handset or telephone on small switchboards, key and lamp units and telephone instruments on exchange lines, extensions and private circuits and in any operational situation where a 'hands free' telephone facility is required.

DESCRIPTION
The Auralite Headset (Headset 3) weighs 30 g (1 oz) and does not need a headband but rests lightly on either ear; alternatively it can be attached to spectacle frames using the clip provided (Clip No. 104A). The voice tube is adjustable and the plastic hearing tube is connected to an ear tip which rests just inside the ear. Six different size ear tips are provided with each Headset to allow individual fitting. A 3 metre (part helical) cord connects the Headset to a 4 way jack plug and a small amplifier is fitted in the cord close to the jack plug. Also, an adjustable clothes clip (Clip 103A) is provided on the cord for optional use with or without a lanyard.

The Headsets and all accessories are provided in a personal pouch for easy storage.

The Auralite Executive Headset (Headset No. 3A) is the same as the Auralite Headset but a quick release plug incorporated in the cord which gives the user greater mobility as the Headset can be disconnected without losing a call in progress.

INSTALLATION
No special requirements for installation of the Auralite Headsets.

Stores
When the Auralite Headset is requisitioned a set of six different ear tips are included (Earpiece Set No. 1A). Additional earpieces are available once a suitable size has been decided upon. The earpieces are requisitioned as Earpiece 28 A/1 .... A/6, depending on the size required, and are supplied in packs of five.

Additional parts available:-
Pouch 2A
Clip No. 104A (Spectacle clip) Clip No. 103A (Clothing clip) Lanyard No. 2A
Tube Voice 1A.

RECOVERY
The headset should be recovered and booked into the stores as Headset 3 or Headset 3A.


Additional information

The Headset No. 3 is an ultra lightweight headset which rests lightly on the ear or it may be clipped to a spectacle frame. The voice tube is adjustable and a plastic tube from the receiver connects to an ear tip which rests just inside the ear. There are six different size car tips provided with each headset to allow for individual fitting. These headsets are no longer available for new supply and are being superseded by the following items.

Headsets No. 3A (Auralite Executive) only differ from Headsets No. 3 by the addition of a quick release jack in the headset cord. The quick release jack enables users to disconnect the headset at the jack without losing the call.

Superseded by Headsets No. 4 .

Made by PLANTRONICS

APPROVAL STATUS
Approval Number S/1000/GF/1981/PR
Headsets No. 3 and 3A were introduced in 1978 to replace Headset 1 and 2. These headsets have "Grandfathered" approval and can be provided in the same situations as the original Headsets 1 and 2.

PARTS

Description BT Item Code
Headset No 3 (Plug 420) 31 3150
Headset No 3A (Plug 420, Quick release jack) 37 3151
Spectacle Clip 104A (HS3, 3A, 4 & 4A) 43 5830
Tube Voice 1A (HS 3, 3A, 4, 4A, 5, 5A & 5B) 43 5833
Tube Voice 2A (HS 3, 3A, 4, 4A, 5, 5A & 5B) 43 7292
Earpiece Set 1A 66 different sizes (HS 3, 3A, 4 & 4A) 43 5823
Earpiece 28A/1 (Size 1) (HS 3, 3A, 4 & 4A) 43 5824
Earpiece 28A/2 (Size 2) (HS 3, 3A, 4 & 4A) 43 5825
Earpiece 28A/3 (Size 3) (HS 3, 3A, 4 & 4A) 43 5826
Earpieces 28A/4 (Size 4) (HS 3, 3A, 4 & 4A) 43 5827
Earpieces 28A/5 (Size 5) (HS 3, 3A, 4 & 4A) 43 5828
Earpieces 28A/6 (Size 6) (HS 3, 3A, 4 & 4A) 43 5829


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Headset energising current - all headsets 7.5 to 100mA.

 

 
 
BACK Home page BT/GPO Telephones Search the Site Glossary of Telecom Terminology Quick Find All Telephone Systems

Last revised: December 19, 2010

FM