Clear-Com will present its latest interoperable communication product lines at InfoComm this month, including HelixNet, Agent-IC, FreeSpeak II and the LQ Series.
These product lines are fully integrated so that any operator on a wired keypanel, wired or wireless beltpack, or mobile app can make real-time voice calls with any other user or group of users on the network. The solution can operate over a standard IP network, effectively enabling communication to take place anywhere.
As a digital network partyline intercom platform, HelixNet now provides up to 24 channels of group communication. All audio channels, program audio and audio interfaces within HelixNet can be distributed on a facility’s standard LAN/WAN IT network infrastructure. Additionally, user devices such as the remote stations and speaker stations can be energised over standard PoE switches.
The Agent-IC mobile app allows users working remotely to connect to an Eclipse-HX matrix intercom system. Agent-IC features up to 15 simplex or full duplex audio channels on phone devices and tablets. As a fully-featured mobile user station on smartphones and tablet devices it is useable over WiFi, 3G, 4G and LTE networks. Agent-IC supports point-to-point, point-to-multi-point, partyline, ISO and IFB communication.
LQ IP interfaces enable connection of disparate analogue intercom systems or analogue audio devices over standard LAN/WAN networks as well as the public internet. The LQ Series consists of compact two-wire and four-wire ‘throw-down’ boxes and rack-mounted devices providing tremendous flexibility and cost-savings. The LQ Series provides native IP technology optimised for global intercom, but is also designed to operate alongside established networked audio standards.
The 1.9GHz and 2.4GHz digital wireless intercom system is offered as a standalone base station system or as an integrated wireless cell controller card solution to the Eclipse-HX matrix intercom. Each FreeSpeak II base station can support up to 25 five-channel, full-duplex wireless beltpacks using up to 10 antennas. Flexible cellular roaming technologies allow users to move freely about in large, multi-site environments without the worry of fading or losing connection. The distributed Active Transceiver Antennas can be positioned up to 3,200ft away from the base station or matrix. The FreeSpeak II base station can now mix 1.9GHz and 2.4GHz system components such as the wireless beltpack and transceiver antennas in the same system.
InfoComm booth: C11725