Clear-Com to show new comms and connectivity at ISE2015 in Amsterdam
Clear-Com will bring its latest advancements in intercoms and IP connectivity to Booth 7-S225 at ISE 2015, including the FreeSpeak II digital wireless intercom system, the LQ Series linking family, and new capabilities in Eclipse HX digital matrix intercom systems. ISE 2015 takes place at the RAI Exhibition Centre in Amsterdam February 10-12 2015.
The FreeSpeak II wireless intercom system is an enhanced DECT-based offering that operates in multiple license-free DECT bands from 1.897-1.933GHz. FreeSpeak II delivers improved roaming capability for reliable wireless connections, superior digital ‘Clear-Com Sound’ for clear intelligibility and ultimate audio comfort, and innovative intercom features that make it a high performance wireless option. The system allows large numbers of wireless beltpack users to simultaneously roam across an expansive area without compromising on performance.
The LQ Series is the fast solution to extend or link intercom or audio to any remote location over secure IP network (LAN, WAN, Internet). LQ device comes in a 2-wire (LQ-2W2) or 4-wire (LQ-4W2) option. The LQ-2W2 can connect partylines together for an intercom circuit over IP and is Clear-Com and RTS compatible. It is similar to a mini partyline main station with IP connectivity. The LQ-4W2 connects and routes audio between analog ports of any matrix intercom system, analogue telephone circuits, two-way radio gateways and audio consoles. A maximum of six LQ Series devices can be linked together in any 2- or 4-wire combination.
The Eclipse HX v8.0 configuration software for the Eclipse HX digital matrix intercom systems enables standard IP-connected V-Series panels to operate both as fully functional intercom keypanels and as multi-channel audio gateways with no requirement for additional hardware or software licenses. This innovative software feature extends the Eclipse HX’s existing capability to provide remote matrix intercom connectivity over diverse IP infrastructure at no additional cost, making audio and intercom connectivity for applications such as live events more cost-effective.