Stilo’s new Verbacom system offers circuit racers a very simple and lightweight communication system which is easy to use, with no need for radio licensing, but offering full communication around normally difficult circuits.
The basic system consists of the following:
1 x Pit Crew Headset with push to talk and noise cancelling microphones
Noise cancelling and voice activated driver connection module and cables
All chargers (EU 2 pin).
How it works:
Both telephones are connected via a normal telephone call, with each user connected by a Bluetooth connection to both the pit crew headset and the drivers helmet connection module.
The driver unit is small lightweight that can be fitted onto the helmet if required or positioned to a suitable spot in car (weighing just 150 grams), and connects directly into the Stilo helmet comm port.
The driver simply talks to open the line to the pit crew, without the need to press buttons. For the pit crew to communicate, the pit crew headset has a PTT button to connect back to the driver. Should your helmets have no electronics, Stilo helmet electronics can be purchased as an extra for each of integration.
Unlike radio systems which require licencing, the Verbacom can offer coverage all around a race circuit as it works using the GSM phone network. Connection is fully automated and once a call is set up it will automatically re-connect, should a call be lost, with no need for driver or pit crew to do anything.
The in car kit weighs only 400 grams and is dramatically simplified over a normal radio system.
Australian Adaptor required for charging – EU supplied.