At InfoComm 2016, Clear-Com will unveil the new FreeSpeak II wireless base station, FreeSpeak II-Base II, that supports multiple frequencies and up to 25 wireless beltpacks, as well as the new fiber capable FreeSpeak II Splitter box (FSII-SPL) for connecting up to five transceiver modules. The complete FreeSpeak II system, including the recently-released beltpacks and transceiver antennas, can integrate seamlessly to Clear-Com’s intercom systems to provide a unified voice communication solution for virtually any production need.
“The new FreeSpeak II-Base II and splitter box perfectly complements this wireless intercom family by enhancing the entire system with an expanded functionality, improved interfacing and ease of use through real-time browser configuration and monitoring,” said Craig Fredrickson, Product Manager of Clear-Com.
Some of the distinctive features of the FreeSpeak II-Base II include a base station for digital signal transmission over 1.9GHz and 2.4GHz frequency bands with an intuitive cascade menu and a browser-based Core Configuration Manager (CCM) for system configuration and real-time system changes. It also supports up to 25 full-duplex wireless beltpacks and covers a large production area with 10 distributed-antenna transceivers and two transceiver splitters spanning up to 3,200 feet away from the base station.
Clear-Com also states that it can be used with a headset as a Master Station for operators to communicate with anyone wired or wireless on the system. Two built-in optional SFP fiber connectors can enable either a native single-mode or multi-mode fiber link between base stations and the new FreeSpeak II Splitter (FSII-SPL).