U-HIB (Universal Headset Interface Box)

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The U-HIB is a unique analog audio and Push-to-Talk (PTT) to Universal Serial Bus interface device. The U-HIB enables the crew member to use tactical analog headsets and handsets with any digital software VoIP telephone for full-duplex conversations, half-duplex Combat Net communications, and to hear operating-system compatible sounds or voice applications.

U-HIB Key Features

  • Clear audio with side tone to connect touch screen displays to vehicle intercom
  • PTT for soft client interaction
  • Built-in audio filtering for enhancing audio quality and reducing or eliminating vehicle noiseOperating system agnostic
  • Built in speaker with external volume control

Product Specifications

Chassis:

Rugged (withstand such, vibration, altitude, extreme temperatures, EMI/RFI)
Conduction cooled
Sealed against moisture and contaminants (salt, sand/dust, and explosive atmosphere)

Power Supply

Input:
Accepts +28V DC from vehicle, 15W, MIL- STD-1275
Protection:
Against over and under voltage, reverse polarity, and switching transients
Nominal Input Voltage:
28 V DC Voltage Range: 15-40 VCD Power
Consumption:
<5W

Connectors

USB 2 (PC and USB device)
Head/handset:
1 U-283/U 6-pin male analog (U-228 and U-229))
Power:
1 MS3114E10-6PW

USB

Bridge:
Upstream to a PC and downstream to a USB device, ARM Proc, USB Audio CODEC
Support:
USB 2.0; Microsoft Windows 32/64 bit and Linux operating systems
CODEC:
Converts analog to USB in both directions

Physical

Dimensions:
2.25” H x 3.5” W x 5.75” W (with flange)
Weight:
22.5 oz.

Environmental

Altitude/low Pressure:
15,000 f. above sea level – per MIL-STD-810 D method 500.2
Operating Temperature:
-40° C to +55°C
Storage Temperature:
-46° C to +75° C
Acceleration:
15g, any axis as per method 513.3