SOFIC 2015 – TEA Headsets Offering Ops-Core’s RAC Headset

May 20th, 2015 – SOFIC – Tampa, FL – TEA Headsets Announces the Ops-Core RAC Headset to market…

TEA Headsets is now formally announces the release of the new Ops-Core RAC Headset (Rail Attached Communications) to market for purchase or evaluation. *Note product evaluations are limited to teams/units only.

The new RAC Headset is the next evolution for over-the-ear (OTE) headsets and showcases a streamlined design that integrates directly into the helmet rail system. The RAC mounts to the rear portion of the helmet rail leaving the main portion of the rail free for other critical accessories such as cameras, lights, O2 masks or other accessories. Compatibility wise the RAC is able to fit onto the rail systems of the Ops-Core® Fast, Maritime and Sentry helmets as well as other brands of high cut helmets (inquire directly with TEA for additional information).

RAC Headset

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Utilizing TEA’s full line up of U94 Push-to-Talk switches and controllers the RAC can now be seamlessly integrated into practically any public safety or DoD radio as well as vehicle, boat and aircraft intercom systems.

More information will be released soon regarding the RAC Headset and other new products/systems from TEA, so keep an eye out for future releases.

Learn more about the RAC Headset at

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8 Responses to “SOFIC 2015 – TEA Headsets Offering Ops-Core’s RAC Headset”

  1. AASKOV says:

    Nice work, Fellas!!

  2. Thank you, it has been a long road but now they are ready for duty!

  3. Darrel says:

    I don’t understand how this would interface with the sentry helmet. Not like anyone uses Sentries anyway.

    I wish someone would make an adaptor for peltors that worked in the same way, where they pop out and can be rotated from the secondary ARC rails.

  4. Actual Veteran says:

    I guess defacing the flag with your corporate logo is OK now?

    Funny how times change.

  5. ahhhhhclever says:

    this is legit…I would buy this setup if I was running the befitting security operations that would actually utilize this…otherwise…its gonna sit