The CP-222 is a 2-channel wireless BeltStation that operates in conjunction with the CM-222 or CM-244 Tempest2400 BaseStations. There are 3 modes of operation for a BeltStation - Normal, Split and Shared. By switching to Shared or Split Mode, an unlimited number of BeltStations can be registered to each BaseStation using shared resources. Each BeltStation user may simultaneously Talk/Listen on A and B or toggle between A and B in "Single Listen" mode. Volume is set by rotating the CH A or CH B rotary control.
There are two Talk buttons on each BeltStation, one for each channel. The Talk button enables the microphone signal for the assigned intercom channels. Each Talk button has individual LED indicators. The Talk button can be latching or momentary. The Call button sends a 2-wire compatible call signal to any wireless BeltStation and any hardwired intercom device on the intercom channel.
BeltStations are provided with a rechargeable Li-Polymer battery capable of 9+ hours of operation or can be powered by (3) Standard AA Alkaline batteries. Each BeltStation has its own back-lit display and menu functions which allow settings to be changed at the BeltStation locally.
Each full-duplex BeltStation establishes a unique audio path (point-to-point) with the associated CM-222 or CM-244 BaseStation delivering an individualized mix minus signal to other BeltStations in the system. Therefore, each BeltStation can monitor a unique mix of intercom channels and other audio sources.
The CP-222 BeltStations are made of a weather-resistant ABS co-polymer blend with a high performance polyurethane over-mold.
Tempest2400 Seamless Roaming
Tempest2400 Seamless Roaming is the ability for one or more Tempest2400 BeltStations to move freely from one BaseStation to another without any intervention from the end user. This allows the implementation of a Tempest2400 wireless intercom system which can cover large areas with multiple zones or areas in a facility that would not be adequately supported by a single antenna installation.
A BeltStation can roam between as many as 16 different BaseStations (coverage areas or zones). In addition, all Tempest operational modes (Normal, Shared and Split) are supported for seamless roaming operation.
THE CLEAR-COM CONCEPT
Clear-Com is a closed-circuit intercom system that consistently provides high-clarity communication in high-noise and low-noise environments. A basic system consists of a single- or multi-channel power supply or main station connected to various single- or multi-channel remote stations, such as beltpacks and loudspeaker stations. Clear-Com manufactures a wide variety of both portable and fixed-installation units. All are compatible with each other. Clear-Com intercom systems can also interface with other communication systems and devices.
Please Note! This item is just one component of a larger system. Please refer to the diagram for ideas and recommendations for your Clear-Com intercom system. Diagram shown is a recommendation for a smal broadcast station with partyline and wireless.