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SH594 CDC Audio Conferencing

CDC Audio Conferencing
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  • Audio Conferencing Solutions
  • Clean and clear audio
  • Used for informal gathering
  • Used for structured meeting environment
  • Display images of participants on a TV screen

Overview

The Telecor Controlled Discussion System provides an economic solution for settings where a small number of delegates are involved, yet is easily scalable to accommodate the larger conferences of up to 120 delegates. Ideal for either formal or informal gatherings, the CDS provides effective communications management for boardrooms, council chambers, municipal offices, local and central government facilities, hotels, and conference centers.

Performance Features

Portable Floor Units, available in Delegate and Chairman models, provide participants with the ability to register a request-to-speak, to listen, and to speak to other delegates. The Chairman Unit has a mute button that allows its speaker to interrupt a discussion at any time while muting all other active microphones. Floor Units are also available in Flush Mount versions for permanent installations where portability is not required.

The Unit Controller manages all conference proceedings. Operating parameters are programmed into the Controller using the 2-line x 20 character LCD and four frontpanel pushbuttons. Settings such as the number of live microphones, priority, and volume levels are digitally adjusted from menu-driven front panel controls. Built-in memory allows up to 6 different session configurations to be saved and recalled at any time. The CDS also allows for the addition of an Expansion Controller, increasing the capacity to 120 Floor Units.

Design Features

The CDS can be integrated with third-party control systems through the Controller's built-in RS232 port. The Controller provides the station address of the active microphone and this information enables the control system to manage video equipment. This makes it possible to display the image of the participants onto television monitors, projector screens, or other video mediums.