EQ Communications Reverse Link NO LONGER AVAILABLE



Due to the manufacturer not supporting customers or distributors we are no longer selling these headsets or related products.

Sorry to all the people who have purchased these great headset over the 11 years that they have been on the market, 

Please attempt to contact the manufacturer directly to get service or repairs.

Gary Sargeant   email gsargeant@amnet.net.au

ph 0408906520

The EQ-R-Link enables a standard headset to be used with the EQ-Link... wireless.

Pilots will like the ability to use their existing helmet/headset and simply plug the jacks into the EQ-R-Link and presto, you are now free to move around without the need to unplug.


No cables in the Cockpit!

How does it work?

The EQ-R-Link is a fully certified FCC and CE compliant radio transmitter.

It operates on its own secure full duplex 2Ghz band and provides a wireless link to the EQ-Link, which is plugged into the aircraft comms sockets.

1. Simply plug any headset into the jacks of the EQ-R-Link - 
Helicopter U174, Standard Twin GA and single LSA available.

2. Have an EQ-Link, plugged into the Aircraft's comms Jacks

3. Turn aircraft comms on.  The EQ-Link detects and turns on in a matter of seconds.

4. EQ-R-Link detects EQ-Link and pairs within seconds and notifies the user by an audible voice over their headset that all is working.

Thats it, ready to go within the time it takes the Avionics activate.

* As many as six EQ-R links can operate with one EQ-Link

* Its great for a mutli pax environment

* Search and rescue with a first responder on the end of a winch

*Ground crew

* It works up to 10m ( 33 feet )

Rechargeable in-flight - simple USB charging  - cables are supplied

One charge lasts up to 20 hours.  Simply plug it into any USB charging device to charge.  
It has its own charge monitor and battery manager.

Long operation, no changing of batteries required.