Clear-Com unveiled the DX410 Wireless Intercom system, a two-channel 2.4GHz digital wireless system. Among the features for the product are
7KHz wide band audio, all-in-one wireless headsets and lightweight beltpacks.
The latest in the DX series, in addition to 7KHz wide band audio, the DX410 also comes with an upgraded radio and a lost packet concealment capability. The DX410 features two-wire and four-wire bridging and two-wire
auto-nulling. The bridging capability allows the option for combining the two-wire and four-wire ports together on channel A or B, allowing operators to use a four-wire to send all audio to a mixer, matrix intercom, or other
audio source. Two-wire auto-nulling enables fast and accurate integration with Clear-Com or TW wired partyline systems.
Each DX410 base station can support up to 15 BP410 beltpacks and/or WH410 all-in-one headsets. In a single-channel operation, four beltpack users can engaging in simultaneous, full-duplex communication; it
allows three users in dual-channel operation. In addition, the BP410 and WH410 offer extended battery life for up to 12 hours.
By operating in a 2.4GHz band, the DX410 does not require radio licensing for use. DX410 is a frequency hopping system and offers spectrum-friendly and Adaptive Frequency Hopping modes.
The DX410 is a two channel digital wireless system, delivering an overall better experience in performance, range and sound.
The system features 7KHz wideband audio, the same audio quality level as the high-end wireless intercoms. Its expanded audio range and increased intelligibility enables even soft whispers to be heard clearly, even in
high RF interference environments.
DX410 also features 2-wire and 4-wire bridging and 2-wire auto-nulling. The bridging capability allows the option for combining the 2-wire and 4-wire ports together on either channel A or
B, allowing operators to use a 4-wire out to send all the audio to a mixer, matrix intercom or other audio source. 2-wire auto-nulling enables fast and accurate integration with Clear-Com or TW wired partyline systems.
Each DX410 base station can support up to 15 registered BP410 wireless beltpacks and/or WH410 all-in-one wireless headsets. In a single-channel operation, any four beltpack users can engage in simultaneous,
full-duplex (talk-listen) communication, while only three users may be in full-duplex mode in a dual-channel operation.
DX410 is simple to set up and configure, taking less time to deploy. No software programming is necessary.