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Clear-Com Tempest2400

Clear-Com showcased the enhanced firmware update for its Tempest2400 digital wireless intercom system at InfoComm 2010. Tempest2400's new firmware offers users three different modes of operation 7/15/2010 6:06 PM Eastern

Clear-Com Tempest2400 firmware update

Jul 15, 2010 10:06 PM




Clear-Com Tempest2400

Clear-Com showcased the enhanced firmware update for its Tempest2400 digital wireless intercom system at InfoComm 2010. Tempest2400's new firmware offers users three different modes of operation—Normal Mode, Shared Mode, and Split Mode—each with new feature sets, including the ability to connect unlimited numbers of BeltStations to one Tempest2400 BaseStation. Building upon Tempest's ability to stack up to 10 BaseStations, the new firmware update gives users the opportunity to combine three different modes of operation to improve workflow efficiency, regardless of production size. For example, while the standard Normal Mode allows up to five full duplex BeltStations per BaseStation, the new Shared Mode enables an unlimited number of wireless users on a single base with any five having the ability to talk at any given time. In Split Mode, users operate in a combination of Normal and Shared Mode. Price: NA

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