David Clark Company
Airline/Airport

Series 3800 De-icing System (Wired)

David Clark Series 3800
The Series 3800 wired De-icing System is designed to solve communication issues during de-icing operations. The system consists of noise-attenuating headsets for both bucket and cab personnel, master and remote headset stations and appropriate jumper and power cords. The Series 3800 De-icing System is designed for streamlining and enhancing the efficiency of de-icing operations through clear communication.

Improved communication between de-icing personnel results in more productive application of costly deicing fluids, and helps prevent accidental aircraft damage. Weather-tight system components are built for rugged reliability and durability. Series 3800 De-icing System headsets and components are listed below.

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Model H3332
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Model H3332

Series 3800 Headset Typically Used by Bucket Operator during Wired Deicing Applications
  • DC-1A noise-cancelling amplified dynamic microphone
  • Microphone on/off switch allows hands-free communication
  • Soft foam head pad with ribbed design and foam ear seals for exceptional durability and comfort
  • Hinged wire boom for easy microphone placement
  • 5-foot extended coil cord with SC-267 plug
  • Corrosion-proof, chrome plated, headband/stirrup assembly
  • Certified Noise Reduction Rating (NRR): 24db

 
NRR Sheet, H3332
 
NRR Sheet, H3332
Model H3392
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Model H3392

Series 3800 Single-Ear Headset Typically Used Driver in Cab during Wired Deicing Applications
  • DC-1A noise-cancelling amplified dynamic microphone
  • Soft foam, 4-chamber head pad, temple pad and foam-filled ear seals for exceptional durability and comfort
  • Hinged wire boom for easy microphone placement
  • 5-foot extended coil cord with SC-267 plug
  • Corrosion-proof, chrome plated, headband/stirrup assembly
  • Single-ear design permits hearing of ambient sound
U3800

U3800 Master Station

The "heart" of the Series 3800 Intercom System
  • One each is required per system.
  • Accommodates two Headsets
  • Should be installed where radio transmit functionality is not required
  • Adjusts automatically for 12 or 24 VDC power source
  • Draws less than 600 milliampere current
  • Simple installation
  • Dimensions:  8-1/4" L x 5-3/4" W x 4-3/4" D.

Key features include:
  • Illuminated system on/off switch
  • Master volume control
  • Two Headset jacks with listen level controls
  • Power input connector (C3820)
  • Two remote output connectors (C38-XX)
  • External 1-amp Slo-Blo fuse

Parts List

 
Installation/Operation Manual U3800
 
Data Sheet U3800
U3801

U3801 Remote Headset Station

Used to expand the system beyond the Master Station
  • Expands the system, usually at the end of a series of Headset Stations
  • Accommodates one Headset
  • Should be installed where radio transmit functionality is not required
  • There are no output connectors for "daisy-chaining" additional modules
  • Simple installation
  • Dimensions: 3-1/4" L x 4-3/4" W x 3" D

Key features include:
  • System input connector (C38-XX)
  • Headset jack
  • Listen level control

Parts List

 
Installation/Operation Manual U3801
 
Data Sheet U3801
C3820

C3820 Power Cord

Connects U3800 Master Station to 12 or 24VDC power source
  • 20' length of two-conductor shielded cable
  • Two-socket MS connector on one end
  • Stripped and tinned leads on other end
  • Fuse kit included (2A-250V, Slo-Blo)
 
Installation/Operation Manual C3820
 
Data Sheet C3000
C38-XX

C38-XX Jumper Cord

C38-12,-25,-35,-50,-75,-100. Connects modules with intercom system

  • 4-conductor shielded cable with 4-pin MS connectors on each end
  • Number after dash in model number indicates length in feet
  • C3402 (2 ft.) and C3408 (8 ft.) jumper cords also available

 
Installation/Operation Manual C38-XX
 
Data Sheet C3000