Clear-Com to highlight LQ IP interface devices at NAB NY
Clear-Com has announced that it will highlight its networked control events capabilities at NAB NY 2016 by presenting its range of LQ IP interface devices. The event will take place from 9 to 10 November, 2016 at the Javits Convention Centre in New York.
Clear-Com’s series of IP interface devices offer a General Purpose Input Output (GPIO) connection allowing control signals to move from one or more input to one or multiple outputs on a single channel over the IP network. This allows users to move control signals from one or more endpoints on the same channel within a set of communication systems.
The three recently released models of LQ devices feature a built-in 4-wire audio with GPIO signalling in one connector – with uses including linking 2-way radios or audio and triggering signals over an IP network or the internet.
LQ devices can also connect directly to the Eclipse HX matrix via an IVC-32-HX IP card to enable routing of intercom audio and signals across large distances. Industry-standard intercom systems or 2-way radios can be connected to the Eclipse HX matrix across buildings, cities or countries over an IP infrastructure or the internet. Operators can additionally now move high quality audio signals, such as program feeds from IFBs providing full 20Khz audio bandwidth, between LQ devices.
Operators configure and connect LQ devices via browser-based Core Configuration Manager software (CCM) which has been updated to all for faster system edits. Existing LQ units can upgrade to the latest software via a download on the manufacturer’s website.
Clear-Com will showcase its LQ range at NAB NY 2016 at booth 1609.