Clear-Com WP-2 Two-Channel Selectable Encore Intercom Wall Plate

ITEM #: CC-WP2 MFG #: WP-2

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WP-2 - Overview

The ClearCom WP-2 is a passive 3 Pin XLR wall plate with selector switch that allows an easy and effortless connection of a single channel Encore Intercom Station to an installed cabling infrastructure. Encore ™ is a 2-wire analog partyline system with intuitive plug-and-play design and superior "Clear-Com Sound" audio clarity. The WP-2 wall plate connects to single channel beltpacks such as the RS-701. The 3-pin male XLR connector with two-position channel-selector switch allows you to talk on either of two intercom channels.

Two channels can be wired to the WP-2 wall plate and a two-channel selector switch is provided for the user to select which intercom channel will be provided to the connected intercom station. The WP-2 is flush mounted to a single gang recessed backbox (not included) with soldered internal connections.

  • Features:

    • Switchable dual channel wall plate for analog partyline intercom systems
    • Dual channel wiring to a selector switch for a connection to a single channel intercom station
    • Operator can choose channel used
    • (1) 3-pin Male XLR type connector
    • Standard single gang size
    • Passive device
  • Specifications:

    • Input:
    • (1) 3-pin XLR-Male:
    • Switchable from wired A or B channels
    • Internal soldering posts for infrastructural wiring

    • Fits Standard Single Gang Backbox (not included)

    • 0.5 lbs. (227g)

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