The Quinta MU 23 chairman microphone unit is equipped with a clear, function and a microphone button in the housing with which the participant can switch his microphone on and off. The chairman microphone unit does not depend on the maximum number of simultaneous open microphones. Unlike the delegate microphone units the chairman microphone unit is not controlled by Automatic Channel Allocation, but has an extra transmitting channel exclusively for the chairman.
The ready-to-talk status of the microphone is indicated by the red LED ring around the gooseneck microphone. Using the clear button all switched-on microphones of the delegate microphone stations are switched off. With the function button there are various configurations possible via the “Quinta Conference” software: Priority “Normal” When the chairman switches his microphone on with the function button and the priority programming “Normal” the switched on delegate microphone units are switched off.
Afterwards the delegates can switch on their microphone and take part into the discussion again, while the chairman’s microphone is still switched on. Priority “Mute” When the chairman switches his microphone on with the function button and the priority programming “Mute” the switched on delegate microphone units are muted as long as the chairman is speaking. If the chairman switches his microphone off, all delegate microphone units that had been switched on before, are switched on again.
Priority “Clear” When the chairman switches his microphone on with the function button and the priority programming “Clear” the switched on delegate microphone units are switched off. The delegates can switch on their microphone again, when the chairman has switched off his. “Function” A command is sent via the RS 232, USB, TCP/IP serial interface from the Quinta CU control unit and a programmed function is carried out via a media control system for instance (e.g. light control).
For the other functions there is also a command sent via the RS 232, USB, TCP/IP serial interface from the Quinta CU control unit Command A/B Two different commands according to the duration of the push: < 1 second = command “Short press string” is transmitted > 1 second = command “Long press string” is transmitted These commands can be set individually with the “Quinta Conference” software.
Audio Mute An audio signal, e.g. from a wireless microphone, can be switched off. This function can be combined with a “Clear” command to switch off activated delegate microphones. Depending on the configuration with the “Quinta Conference” software the following operating modes are available: Voice activation: the microphone is switched on, when someone speaks into it. Push-To-Talk: the microphone button is held down, while the participant is speaking.
Microphone Not Included ( Image 2 is a visual example).
Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum (DSSS) provides high immunity from interference and unauthorised listening, even when using other radio systems.
Wireless transmission with integrated True Diversity antenna technology for transmitting and receiving.
Three selectable frequency bands : 2.4 / 5.2 / 5.8 GHz.
Automatic or manual silent change to an interference-free frequency response acc. to EN 3000328 ETSI.
Automatic recognition of interferences in all frequency ranges.
Processor-controlled and automatic audio channel allocation of the microphone units.
Digital 128-bit encryption and additional 24-bit PIN code against unauthorised listening.
Removable gooseneck microphone with Scudio® technology in different lengths, 5-pin XLR connector with hidden lock.
Red LED ring around the gooseneck to indicate the ready-to-talk status of the microphone.
Soft touch silicone buttons with backlit illumination in 3 colours.
Frequency range. . . . . . . . . . . 2400 – 2483.5 MHz 5150 – 5250 MHz 5725 – 5875 MHz Modulation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DSSS (Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum) and QPSK/BPSK (Quadrature/ Binary Phase Shift Keying) digital signal processing acc. to own standard.
Max. number of audio streams. . . . . 4 useable channels per system.
Signal-to-noise ratio . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80 dB typ., (unweighted signal-to-noise ratio) Range between microphone units and control unit . . . . . . . . . . . > 100 m [109.36 yds] Power supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100 – 240 V AC 50/60 Hz
Approval . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . world-wide
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