Please note that the Avee20 Aircraft Interface Cable is included if you purchase the Avee kit, but it is always nice to have one extra of these cables !
THREE DIFFERENT LENGTHS
- The Avee20 cables are available in a 125cm,165cm (most common) and 200cm lengths.
FIVE DIFFERENT CONNECTORS TO THE AIRCRAFT AVAILABLE
- All Avee Interface Cables are available with a range of aircraft interface connectors:
- The ‘industry standard’ dual GA connector.
The connector is used in almost all GA aircrafts but also in Boeing and Airbus aircrafts and is easily recognize on the old fashioned 5.2 and 6.3 audio dual connectors. The 5.2mm connector carries GND, PTT and the MIC signal, while the 6.3mm connector carries GND plus left and right channel.
The GA connectors are factory mounted as an over-mold on the cable.
- The rugged XLR-5.
This connector is common in Airbus and Boeing aircrafts.
- The 174/U connector
The 174/U connector is common in helicopters.
- The Neutricon connector
The Neutricon connector is used in Lufthansa B747 fleet among others.
- The Lemo Redel connector
The Lemo Redel connector is fairly rare even if it is very good connector. The connector is also referred to as a Bose connector.
CONNECTION TO THE AVEE MICROPHONE
- The Avee20 cable is connected to the Avee microphone with a USB C connector. The USB C connector is an industry standard with redundant connecting points.
The USB C connector on the Avee20 cable may be plugged into the Avee microphone with the strength relief pointing either down (normal) or up.
AVEE20 VS AVEE25 CABLES
- The difference between the Avee20 Aircraft Interface Cable and the Avee25 BlueLink Interface Cable, is that the Avee25 has the ‘split connector’ for the BlueLink while the Avee20 cables does not.