Intercom transceiver & 4W/2W hybrid (w/autonull), RTS & C-C, throwdown, 1 SM fiber: int WDM @ 1310nm, ST conn. Reqs (M)TR6442i-15. Note: The CommLink utilizes Wave Division Multiplexing (WDM) for bidirectional signal transmission on a single fiber strand. Hence, all fiber links must consist of a 1310nm unit (suffix "-13") at one end and a 1550nm unit (suffix "-15") at the other.
Extend two channels of Partyline or Digital Matrix intercom over a single strand of fiber.
Telecast's CommLink is a fiber-optic transceiver system that uses one strand of fiber to carry two channels of "production intercom," insuring robust voice and data connectivity over distances far beyond the capacity of copper cables. It is compatible with the industry's most popular intercom systems:
Generic 4-Wire and Data:
Two Channels of bi-di audio
Two paths of bi-di data
RS422 or RS485
The system can link one partyline system to another partyline system, a matrix frame to two keypanels, or act as a two-wire to four wire hybrid adaptor via fiber or as a standalone local unit.
TWO-WIRE PARTYLINE MODE
Simply plug two channels of Clear-Com PL (two XLRs) or RTS TW (one XLR) into each CommLink module and connect them with a fiber cable. The system will "translate" between two systems so that you can have Clear-Com at one end and RTS at the other. It even translates the call lights.
Advanced DSP Auto-Nulling
Once the system is connected, a simple toggle of the AUTO NULL switch provides for a high quality
digital system null of the two-wire system, no matter what the load, without the need for manual adjustments.