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David Clark PRO X2 ANR Headset
New DC PRO-X2
Series headsets, the next generation of the DC PRO headset line first introduced in , have been redesigned and engineered for enhanced Active Noise Reduction and audio performance. The DC PRO-X2 Series is designed for both general aviation and commercial pilots that prefer the lightweight comfort (just ounces) of a rest-on-ear design.
New features include:
- Enhanced Auto Shutoff that prevents accidental loss of battery power (patent pending)
- Automatic Gain Control (AGC) for optimum ANR performance in high-noise conditions
- Sleek, redesigned oblong dome for greater rest-on-ear stability and improved audio performance
What hasn't changed are the many comfort and technology features that made the original DC PRO-X headsets so successful, such as Hybrid Electronic Noise Cancelling ANR performance, Outlast®, heat-absorbing head pad technology; swivel hinge stirrup design that dramatically reduces clamping pressure; plush leatherette ear seals for pillow-like comfort and lightweight, yet rugged alloy suspension system. And of course, DC PRO-X2 headsets still come with a Day, Money Back Guarantee and 5-year Warranty.
David Clark Company
|Industry||Electronics and textiles manufacturing|
|Founder||David M. Clark|
|Richard M. Urella, President|
|Products||Communication headsets, protective clothing and equipment|
|$20 to $50 million (est.)|
Number of employees
David Clark Company, Inc. is an American manufacturing company. DCC designs and manufactures a wide variety of aerospace and industrial protective equipment, including pressure-space suit systems, anti-G suits, headsets, and several medical/safety products. DCC has been involved in the design and manufacture of air-space crew protective equipment since , beginning with the design and development of the first standard anti-G suits and valves used by allied fighter pilots during World War II.
Located in Worcester, Massachusetts, the company was founded in by David M. Clark. It started in the textile business with the development of unique knitted materials for specialty undergarments and over time evolved to making aerospace and communications related products. The David Clark Company (DCC) is housed in a four-story building containing approximately , square feet (20,m2) of working area.
The company is best known for noise attenuating communication headset systems featuring boom microphones.
The company has designed and manufactured pressure/space suits and life support systems for NASA and U.S. Air Force. It developed partial pressure suits for NASA's Bell X-1 rocket-powered research aircraft in the s, and full pressure suits for the D and North American X research aircraft in the s. DCC's X suit design became the basis for all of its subsequent full pressure suits, including the space suits worn by astronauts for the first U.S. extravehicular activities (EVA) conducted during NASA's Project Gemini. It also participated in team effort to develop the Integrated Life Support System for F jet fighter and B-1 bomber crew.
David Clark worked closely with the laboratory of Earl Wood at the Mayo Clinic when developing the early G-suit. The goal was to prevent blackout during high-G forces experienced during dive bombing maneuvers. With the physiologic principles of blackout during high G-forces worked out by Wood and colleagues, the g-activated single pressure suit utilizing air bladders, first released in with improvements to follow in , provided, what was considered to be a significant advantage for the allied forces. Of key importance was Wood and colleague's recognition that gravitationally induced loss of consciousness (GLOC) was due to relative loss of arterial pressure pushing blood to the head rather than a loss of venous return. Since , DCC's continuous pressure suit research and development efforts, sponsored largely by the Department of Defense to support its USAF high-altitude aircraft (Lockheed U-2 and SR) programs, resulted in the late s development of a new generation pressure suit. The result was the S Pilot's Protective Assembly (PPA). The S PPA has since become the USAF and DoD standard pressure suit and served as the basis for NASA's S Advanced Crew Escape Suit (ACES). This was adopted for the Space Shuttle program, replacing DCC's (partial pressure) S Launch Entry Suit (LES). Both the S PPA and S ACES continue to be used by the USAF and NASA. Throughout the s, DCC conducted Engineering Design and Development activities for the USAF Advanced Technology Anti-G Suit (ATAGS) program. This included the design and analysis of advanced ATAGS/Combat Edge vest designs for F Raptor.
DCC designed and developed the Tactical Flyer's Ensemble (United States Patent 7,,). Research has also been conducted to develop the next generation of advanced pressure/space suit systems which will be required to satisfy emerging manned space exploration requirements. This included the development of the SX ("D-suit") in the late s and the follow-on Enhanced Mobility ACES circa In DCC, along with its subsidiary, Air-Lock, Inc. of Milford, Connecticut, partnered with Houston, Texas-based Oceaneering Space Systems to develop the Constellation Space Suit System (CSSS) for use on the then-upcoming Constellation program. In they designed, developed and fabricated pressure suits utilized on the Red Bull Stratos project, with which Felix Baumgartner performed a record-breaking free fall from a high-altitude balloon on 14 October 
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- ^ abStatement of Lt. Gen. Otto J. Glasser, Deputy Chief of Staff, Research and Development, Headquarters, U.S. Air Force, Department of Defense Appropriations for Fiscal Year , pp. ,
- ^Dennis R. Jenkins, Dressing for Altitude: U.S. Aviation Pressure Suits—Wiley Post to Space Shuttle, NASA, NASA SP, p.
- ^Wood, E. H.; Lambert, E. H. (). "The effect of anti-blackout suits on blood pressure changes produced on the human centrifuge". Federation Proceedings. 5 (1 Pt 2): ISSN PMID
- ^Lambert, E. H.; Wood, E. H. (). "The problem of blackout and unconsciousness in aviators". The Medical Clinics of North America. 30 (4): – doi/s(16) ISSN PMID
- ^Wood, E. H.; Lambert, E. H. (). "Effects of acceleration in relation to aviation". Federation Proceedings. 5: – ISSN PMID
- ^Red Bull Stratos Project
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