Shure adds Interpretation Console and Name Sign

Shure Incorporated has added a new ISO 20109-compliant Interpretation Console and Electronic Name Sign to its line of conferencing products for use with the DCS 6000 Digital Conference System.

The Interpretation Console is designed to give conference interpreters greater control and flexibility, while the Name Sign provides a programmable electronic sign to help identify conference participants.

The Interpretation Console features a large colour information screen, three outgoing language channels, and eight relay buttons. Braille labels and audible cues are included for visually-impaired users. The screen can be configured to show language channels or information about the speaker or agenda, and preferred configuration settings can be saved to a USB drive or NFC card and then recalled later to configure another console with the same settings. The unit is fully compliant with ISO 20109 requirements for simultaneous interpretation equipment.

The Electronic Name Sign uses a four-bit grayscale e-ink screen to display names, titles, or other text or images. For flexibility, each side of the display can show different text. The unit can be permanently installed or placed on a table for temporary events.

When used with the DCS 6000 Digital Conference System and SW6000 software, the screen content can be automatically updated through the DCS-LAN connection to identify the participant that has logged in at that seat. The Name Sign can be used with SW6000 software, stand-alone with the DIS-CCU Central Control Unit and its browser control interface, or completely stand-alone with other Shure microphone solutions such as Microflex wired or wireless systems. When used as a stand-alone unit, it can be programmed from a laptop via a USB port.

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