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LUBELL SYSTEM 3400

  Underwater Hailer

MSRP: US$1830
FEATURES



  • 500 meter typical range
  • Powerful 60 watt mixer/amplifier
  • Convenient 12 volt operation
  • 200Hz-20kHz system response
  • 180dB/uPa/m SPL @ 1 kHz
  • Hand microphone with locking PTT switch
  • Extra microphone input for connecting optional wireless mic, guitar, etc.
  • Auxiliary input (6.35 mm) for connecting line level music or sound source (CD, cassette, function generator, guitar, etc...)
  • Lubell LL916C underwater speaker with protective cage and 25' attached PVC cord for temperate climate use *.
  • Used by Army, Navy, USMC, Coast Guard, police dive rescue, NASA, and movie production crews.
  • 2 yr ltd warranty amplifier
  • 5 yr ltd warranty on underwater speaker
  • MSRP: $1830 (dlr/pro discount available)
  • * -IE75 option: Upgrade to Teledyne bulkhead connector and detachable 75' SJOW cable for cold climates (+$268)

Lubell Labs Inc.
712 S Yearling Rd
Columbus, Ohio 43213 USA
(614) 725-2701 tel
email: sales@lubell.com
The Lubell Labs System 3400 is a high power underwater Diver Paging System designed for installation and use on commercial dive boats. Divers can be paged via included microphone, or background music can be played by attaching an mp3 player (not included).

The System 3400 can be connected to standard 12 volt marine electrical system, or connected directly to a 12 volt battery or lighting "brick". The mixer/amplifier features two 6.35 mm microphone inputs / volume controls, an  auxiliary 6.35 mm input, and includes a noise-cancelling microphone with locking PTT switch.

The patented Lubell LL916C underwater speaker is a state-of-the-art piezoelectric underwater acoustic transducer utilizing the Tonpilz design. The advantages to this remarkable design include a broadband response (200Hz-20kHz), high efficiency (60% @ 1kHz), and an output level of 180dB/uPa/m @ 1kHz.

The LL916C is extremely rugged by virtue of it's protective cage. The LL916C operates at all pool depths, and may be used in the lake or ocean* at depths up to 50'.