Critical voice communication systems specialist Clear-Com exhibited for the first time at last week’s ISE 2011 show. Introducing some of its latest and most advanced wired and wireless intercom innovations to the European installation market, the firm showcased HelixNet Partyline, Eclipse Digital Matrix System Version 5.2 with its new line of V-Series rotary control panels and the Tempest2400 digital wireless intercom system.
Clear-Com also exhibited the HME DX Series and the HME PRO850 wireless intercom systems, products that are now available from Clear-Com after its acquisition by HM Electronics (HME). Together, these intercom systems offer an easy-to-install, configure and use solution for system integrators, according to the manufacturer.
Its ISE debut comes off Clear-Com’s recent win of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) Technical and Engineering Emmy Award for its invention of the first partyline intercom beltpack. The award further reinforces the company’s 40-year history of providing superior intercom products that also offer users simplicity and ease-of-use. In today’s fast-paced multiplatform production environments, system integrators around the world are faced with making installations happen in less time, while dealing with more complex technology, which the company says its latest intercom innovations recognize and address.