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Clear-Com FL-7 Encore Intercom System Call Signal Flasher

ITEM #: CC-FL-7 MFG #: FL-7

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    FL-7 - Overview

    The ClearCom Encore Intercom System FL-7 Call Signal Flasher is a compact, low profile module which provides a visual and/or audible call signal indication whenever a call signal is present on the intercom line. It is used to alert people whose attention is usually focused on other work. A 3-position switch on the front panel selects a flashing LED, a ringing sound, or both. The brightness control on the front panel adjusts the brightness of the flash so that it may be set to a level suitable for the ambient light level. A volume level control on the front panel adjusts the loudness of the ringing sound.

    When a call signal is generated from an intercom station or beltpack, the strobe will flash and/or the ring will sound depending on the unit setting. The flashing light persists for a few seconds after the call signal disappears to make sure it is seen. The ringing sound tracks the call signal, allowing coded signaling. For example, two rings may alert one person to the intercom, while three rings will alert another.

    The FL-7 Call Signal Flasher is perfect to augment communications in high noise environments. It can also be used for backstage signaling, in theatrical understage areas, and for various industrial applications.

    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 small House Of Worship with simple partyline systems and wired beltpacks

    FL-7 - Required Accessories

      FL-7 - Recommended Accessories

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