Clear-Com Debuts Two-Channel Tempest2400
Clear-Com Communication Systems is exhibiting its new two-channel Tempest2400 digital wireless intercom system at Europe's Prolight + Sound show.
This week, Clear-Com Communication Systems is exhibiting its new two-channel Tempest2400 digital wireless intercom system at Europe's Prolight + Sound show.
The two-channel Tempest2400 is the company's most recent addition to its 2.4 GHz wireless intercom family. It's positioned as a cost-effective option for live production professionals who require fewer channels of communication, according to the company. It offers the same license-free operation, RF performance, and feature set as the four-channel Tempest2400, Clear-Com says.
Both versions of the Tempest2400 wireless intercom system operate in the 2.4 GHz license-free frequency band worldwide, where they are effectively immune to interference from other wireless devices, ensuring a smooth flow of communication during such live events as concerts, theater productions, and other crowded RF environments, says the company.
Additionally, all Tempest2400 wireless systems include the company's T-Desk software. The PC-based desktop application is designed to simplify monitoring and managing equipment in a wireless network from a remote location via Ethernet.
The latest version of the software comes with enhanced features, such as allowing operators using a Tempest two-channel belt station to connect to a four-channel base station and provide them with a 6 dB increase in audio levels. Also, all belt station configurations within T-Desk can now be individually saved and loaded.