Williams Sound has launched a new, portable IR ADA Kit for hearing accessibility and/or language interpretation in small group settings. Jury rooms, council chambers, libraries and consultation rooms are among the applications for the new product, which is designed to help facilities satisfy the requirements of disability discrimination legislation.
IRA ADA Kit was on show at ISE 2010, where Williams Sound director of marketing Janet Beckman told II that the system was already "being specified widely".
Ideal for secure operations, the IR ADA Kit operates at 2.3 MHz/2.8Mhz and at a range of up to 30 feet. System components include the WIR 250 small area system, two WIR RX22-4 infrared body-pack receivers, a NKL 001 neckloop, a WCA 007 WC microphone extension cable, an IDP 008 ADA wall plaque, a BAT KT6 rechargeable battery system, two HED 026 headphones, a MIC 049 conference microphone and a CCS 030 carry-case.
An optional splitter (SPT 001) is also available to accommodate extra optional microphones on larger conference tables or in similar small area applications.
Meanwhile, Williams Sound - which co-exhibited at ISE 2010 with Humantechnik - is working to expand its global reach.
"We continue to expand our international footprint, especially with regard to IR products," confirmed v-p of sales Doreen Ingebrigtsen, who is pictured here with the IR ADA Kit.