The new SM1P ISDP elevates Sensear’s portfolio of smart headsets by providing the same features and benefits to improve safety, reliability, and efficiency that you come to expect from Sensear's SM1P series Headsets and now available as Intrinsically Safe and Double Hearing Protection.  This new industrial headset offers a robust design adhering to even higher noise reduction standards up to 31dB NRR depending on the headset wearing style for those exteme high-noise conditions.  Its upgraded Bluetooth® module allows for the streaming of audio to the headset, a valuable feature for users that listen to music during long work shifts in extreme high-noise environments.  The headset uses Sensear’s SENS® technology to enhance speech and suppress noise while the noise-cancelling boom mic filters out background noises so that only speech is transmitted through the microphone. 

Here are just some of the many features and benefits that Sensear’s SM1P ISDP two-way radio / Bluetooth / short range headsets have to offer:

  • Clear two way radio communication in extreme high-noise environments
  • Compatible with industry leading two way radios via wired connection or Bluetooth
  • Bluetooth cellular connection for conversation and audio streaming
  • Improved Short Range with additional channel banks
  • Limit ‘in-ear’ exposure to 82 dB(A)
  • Upgraded 24 hour battery life for use in multiple shifts
  • Available in headband, behind-the-neck, and helmet style
  • SENS® Technology - remain aware of surrounding noises and hazards
  • Enhances speech while suppressing background noise to a safe level (for face-to-face conversations) 
  • Noise-cancelling boom mic
  • Now available with Sensear's unique Double Hearing Protection (hardwired audio earplugs inside the ear cups) 
  • Now available as (IS) Intrinsically Safe versions                                                                                                             TIA-4950-A, CSA C22.2 No. 157.92, & UL 913 5th Edition with a hazardous location rating of Class I, II, III,             Division 1 & 2, Groups A - G, T4 -20°C to +40°C, T3C -20°C to +50°C

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Sensear only provides the very best in Hearing Protection and Communication Headsets allowing you to Hear Speech and Stay Protected - no need to remove your headset to have a face to face conversation. The SM1P ISDP headset is the perfect solution for your Hazardous environments such as explosive chemicals and fuels to combustible powders like flour and other fine powders used in manufacturing and food processing. We have a solution for your Extreme High-Noise and Hazardous environments.

We’d like to learn more about your hearing protection and communication needs and how we can help you achieve them. Click below to request more information, schedule a demo or a follow up from one of our Hearing Protection and Communication experts, so we can work together to achieve your goals

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The new SM1P IS elevates Sensear’s portfolio of smart headsets by providing the same features and benefits to improve safety, reliability, and efficiency that you come to expect from Sensear's SM1P series Headsets and now available as Intrinsically safe.  This new industrial headset offers a robust design adhering to higher noise reduction standards up to 27dB NRR depending on the headset wearing style.  It’s upgraded Bluetooth® module allows for the streaming of audio to the headset, a valuable feature for users that listen to music during long work shifts in high-noise environments.  The headset uses Sensear’s SENS® technology to enhance speech and suppress noise while the noise-cancelling boom mic filters out background noises so that only speech is transmitted through the microphone. 

Here are just some of the many features and benefits that Sensear’s SM1P IS two way radio headsets have to offer:

  • Clear two way radio communication in high-noise environments
  • Compatible with industry leading two way radios via wired connection or Bluetooth
  • Bluetooth cellular connection for conversation and audio streaming
  • Limit ‘in-ear’ exposure to 82 dB(A)
  • Improved Short Range with additional channel banks
  • Limit ‘in-ear’ exposure to 82 dB(A)
  • Upgraded 24 hour battery life for use in multiple shifts
  • Available in headband, behind-the-neck, and helmet style
  • SENS® Technology - remain aware of surrounding noises and hazards
  • Enhances speech while suppressing background noise to a safe level (for face-to-face conversations) 
  • Noise-cancelling boom mic
  • Now available as (IS) Intrinsically Safe versions                                                                                                             TIA-4950-A, CSA C22.2 No. 157.92, & UL 913 5th Edition with a hazardous location rating of Class I, II, III,             Division 1 & 2, Groups A - G, T4 -20°C to +40°C, T3C -20°C to +50°C

SM1P IS Down Load Datasheet

Sensear only provides the very best in Hearing Protection and Communication Headsets allowing you to Hear Speech and Stay Protected - no need to remove your headset to have a face to face conversation. The SM1P IS headset is the perfect solution for your Hazardous environments such as explosive chemicals and fuels to combustible powders like flour and other fine powders used in manufacturing and food processing. We have a solution for your Hazardous environment.

We’d like to learn more about your hearing protection and communication needs and how we can help you achieve them. Click below to request more information, schedule a demo or a follow up from one of our Hearing Protection and Communication experts, so we can work together to achieve your goals

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The newest SmartPlugR and SmartPlugR(IS) include a larger, more ergonomic PTT button designed for improved button presses and feel.  Also a new detachable ear-piece assembly allows workers who share the base unit not to have to share the ear-pieces. A great feature for those of us who work shifts.

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Can workers protect their hearing and stay alert to workplace hazards? Yes, they can, with the proper hearing protection equipment, safety training and situational-awareness.

Pilots, soldiers, and police officers know how important situational awareness is to their survival on the job. But from a general health and safety perspective, it has a more universal application.  One Occupational Safety online piece describes it this way:

"(S)ituational awareness means being aware of the surrounding conditions in your immediate work area and recognizing and dealing with unsafe work conditions before they become an issue…"

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The past ten years have presented some drastic changes within the 2-way industry.  The advancement of digital radio portfolios such as Motorola’s MotoTRBO, Kenwood’s NexEdge, and other DMR vendors have given additional value to radio users in commercial and industrial organizations.  These integrated solutions and applications for voice and data while increasing capacity and providing digital clarity.   

In addition to these benefits, the past months have shown an increased movement towards safety compliance and awareness within 2-way radio vendors and accessory partners like Sensear.  

We’ve identified 8 trends below that harness the power of digital radios systems to increase safety of its users:

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About 22 million people a year are exposed to potentially hazardous noise levels on the job. That attention-getting statistic was reported in an April 2013 article in The Hearing Journal.  OSHA's concern in this area got one Texas limestone fabricator's attention. On September 11, 2014, OSHA laid some heavy fines because the employer failed to list the warning signs emitted by the noisy machinery on their shop floor.

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There are many risks facing those who work in the mining industry. Not necessarily the least of these being hearing loss. Working constantly next to heavy, loud equipment like conveying systems, drills, and other machinery should be enough to motivate mine workers to wear hearing-protective gear. But, many workers do not, and subsequently suffer some form of hearing loss. 
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Workplace hearing protection programs typically focus on individuals with normal hearing. But what about workers who already suffer from some level of hearing loss?  Even in quiet environments, workers with hearing loss face a number of challenges, including difficulty communicating with colleagues and problems with differentiating important sounds above background noises.

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The concept that loud machines cause hearing damage with prolonged exposure is not a new concept. However, it’s rare to find a situation nowadays where the effects of machinery in a given activity or function are seen affecting a population without any protection involved. One such study was done in Brazil and published in 2014.

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According to the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) an average of 22 million workers in the United States are exposed to dangerous levels of noise in the workplace. Considering that approximately $242 million is spent each year on workers’ compensation for disability due to hearing loss, it is imperative that companies take a proactive approach to preventing hearing problems. Ongoing exposure to noise levels that exceed 85 dB is able to cause substantial hearing damage. OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) recommends that workers are not exposed to noise levels that exceed 85 dB for extended periods of time.

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