- Input Power: 12-28 Vdc
- Headphone impede: 150-600 ohms
- Music Input voltage: > 1 Volt P-P
- Dimension: 1.25" x 3.00" x 5.50"
- 3dB Microphone Frequency Response: Non-specified
- 3dB Music Frequency Response: 200 Hz - 15 Khz
- Current Drain: <200mA
- Audio Distortion: <10% THD
- Net Weight: 12 Ounces
- Aircraft Radio Impede: 510 ohms
- Warranty: 1 year factory when installed by a PS Engineering dealer.
PS Engineering understands what it is like in the cockpit. They have had first hand experience in the loudest cockpits such as the P-51, PV-2, B-17, T-6, T-28, Pitts S2B, Stearmans, and experimental aircraft too. They know it can be a very difficult place to communicate, and how important clear communication is to safe flight.
That's why PS Engineering have invented AMP (Active Microphone Processor). Coupled with our patented IntelliVox system, this system dynamically controls the engine background noise that is picked up the microphone. AMP significantly increases the intelligibility in an otherwise impossible environment.
The PM1200 has more capability than any other aircraft intercom that they know of. With a powerful output amplifier, it packs a whopping 120mW of audio punch per headset (28 Vdc systems). This allows pilots the option to wear earplugs while wearing headsets. This combination considerably decreases the amount of noise that the individual is subjected to. The PM1200 will do a marvelous job in this area.
And for pilots who prefer the Push To Talk (PTT) type of intercom (ICS), a simple push of the copilot volume control knob changes the system from our IntelliVox control (completely automatic VOX system) to manual push to talk button control.
The PM1200 can be purchased in a version that can be mounted blindly, allowing the owners of vintage warbirds or antique aircraft to keep their aircraft panels original. Controls from the intercom can be installed in the original control boxes.