Clear-Com updates Arcadia central station with new connectivity options

Clear-Com has added I.V. Direct, an IP interfacing connectivity to support distributed workflows, along with an increase in capacity for up to 285 connections.

I.V. Direct is an IP interfacing feature that connects Arcadia and the LQ series of IP interfaces, Eclipse, HX digital matrix system and other Arcadia systems over LAN, WAN or Intrnet.

The update also adds an increase in capacity for Freespeak beltpacks, transceivers and HelixNet endpoints, with support for 285 input/output connections on a single system.

I.V. Direct connections allow intercom audio, logic controls and call signals to be passed between separately managed Clear-Com systems and assigned to channels, groups, and keys in the individual systems. This can be done with setup for various levels of network quality of service and security features.

While interfacing with LQ, Arcadia users can expand their analogue connections using two-wire, four-wire and GPIO ports, supporting Clear-Com’s Agent-IC and Station-IC virtual clients, two-way radios and SIP telephony without multiple audio and control cables.

I.V. Direct connections also allow Arcadia’s network interfacing to extend globally for use in large, multi-site live events, remote broadcasting or multi-country productions.

Support for up to 32 IP transceivers is included, 64 wireless FreeSpeak beltpacks, and 128 HelixNet endpoints, offering connection for up to 192 digital beltpacks in a 1RU package.

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