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Clear-Com takes a leading Edge

Clear-Com takes a leading Edge
FreeSpeak Edge Base Station

Clear-Com takes a leading Edge

Developed as an IP base station that supports the full range of FreeSpeak digital wireless intercom solutions including 1.9 GHz, 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz, in addition to third-party Dante devices, Clear-Com has launched the FreeSpeak Edge Base Station. Featuring two full-colour, high-resolution touchscreen displays with four rotary encoders, the single 1U device allows four talk and listen channels, enabling the station operator to communicate with the wireless beltpacks.

The FreeSpeak Edge Base Station provides a standalone solution for FreeSpeak Edge 5GHz systems, as well as support for FreeSpeak 1.9GHz IP transceivers via AES67 connections, previously only available through Eclipse Digital Matrix systems with an E-IPA card. The next-generation IP base station supports up to 16 beltpacks and six IP transceivers (10 E1 transceivers), with the flexibility to mix and match bands in addition to up to eight ports of IP interoperability with third-party Dante connections. With a mixture of IP, two-wire and four-wire audio ports, the FreeSpeak Edge Base Station can integrate a variety of systems, including Clear-Com Encore partyline and two-way radio systems with an intelligent GPIO interface.

CC-28
CC-28

The CC-28 has been designed for comfort and ease of use and features enhanced audio quality with a frequency response up to 14kHz. It features a four-pin XLR connector and is a lightweight, single-ear headset with an over-the-head design and a flexible gooseneck microphone. The headset’s dynamic microphone can be muted by moving the microphone boom – rotating it up will mute the microphone while rotating down in front of the mouth will un-mute the microphone. The CC-28 is the functional replacement of the CC-26k lightweight headset.

In brief, Clear-Com’s new Station-IC Virtual Desktop Client, a Mac- and Windows-based software application, is now available for the LQ Series of IP interface devices as well as the manufacturer’s Eclipse digital intercom matrix.



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