Clear-Com has begun shipping its DX410, two-channel 2.4GHz digital wireless intercom system, which was launched last September and showcased at ISE 2016.
The new system features 7kHz wideband audio and is claimed to be the first DX Series wireless intercom system to offer this level of audio frequency range. It also features lightweight beltpacks and All-in-One wireless headsets.
Each BS410 base station can support up to 15 registered BP410 wireless beltpacks and/or WH410 All-in-One wireless headsets. In a single-channel operation, any four beltpack users can engage in simultaneous, full-duplex (talk-listen) communication, while three users may be in full-duplex mode in a dual-channel operation. The BP410 and WH410 have reinforced casings and long-lasting keypads with no mechanical switch, proven to withstand harsh production environments. Fast charging Li-Ion batteries take only 2.5 hours to provide up to 12 hours of battery life.
The DX410 system’s high quality audio expands audio range and increases intelligibility in high RF environments and includes an upgraded radio and a lost packet concealment capability.
In addition, DX410 also features two-wire and four-wire bridging and two-wire auto-nulling. The bridging capability allows the option for combining the two-wire and four-wire ports together on either channel A or B, allowing operators to use a four-wire out to send all the audio to a mixer, matrix intercom or other audio source. Two-wire auto-nulling enables fast and accurate integration with Clear-Com or TW wired partyline systems.
The DX410 uses a frequency hopping system (FHSS), and offers spectrum-friendly and Adaptive Frequency Hopping (AFH) modes, to avoid interference with WiFi, while operating in the 2.4GHz band means that DX410 does not require radio licensing for use.
“We are excited to announce that DX410 is now shipping,” said Craig Fredrickson, product manager at Clear-Com. “The DX410 is truly an exceptional digital wireless system in terms of range, reliability, sound quality and comfort for the size of the system.”