AN/VIC-3

ROVIS Vehicle Intercom System

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ROVIS Vehicle Intercom System

ROVIS (AN/VIC-3) Vehicle Intercom System is designed to the highest of military standards. ROVIS is the standard fit to all US Army medium and heavy armoured vehicles. With simple installation and setup procedures, Chelton's most popular Vehicle Intercom System , the ROVIS (AN/VIC-3), offers crew members full control of all aspects of their communications environment.

  • Provides high quality external communications over Combat Net Radio (CNR)
  • Full control of internal and external communications via the FFCS
  • Up to six radios and users per system
  • Ring cable connection for alternative routing of signal data and power
  • Built to full military specifications
  • Key features de-centralised for improved reliability

Battle Proven Reliability

Mission critical platforms require a VIS that provides high reliability to allow the crew to fight their platform under all circumstances, even after battle damage has been sustained. ROVIS (AN/VIC-3) is the most reliable, military grade VIS available providing the three key functions to its users:

  • The ability to fight the platform
  • Provides high quality external communications over Combat Net Radio (CNR)
  • A high level of battle damage resilience

Chelton's ROVIS (AN/VIC-3) more than meets these key requirements, and does so under all operational environments. Reports obtained from user groups involved in active combat show that ROVIS (AN/VIC-3) far exceeds expectations for reliability and availability.

FFCS

The quality of the products under this contract have exceeded all expectations. Reliability and availability data is estimated to be among the highest of any this office has seen for this type of system. Grading:- Exceptional

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Chelton Limited, Marlow
The Chelton Centre
Fourth Avenue
Marlow
Buckinghamshire
SL7 1TF
United Kingdom
CAGE Code: U1907