Two audio inputs are provided. The inputs are combined internally and sent as a monaural signal to the internal speaker amplifier. The volume control adjusts the level to the front panel speaker. Typically, these inputs are used with the speaker outputs of a master station when the master station is set for use with a panel mic and speaker instead of a headset.
This recessed push-button switch lets you combine the audio signals of the two channels to create a single audio channel where all users can intercommunicate. Or, you can isolate each channel to create two groups of completely independent users.
The indicators are green for normal operation and red when there is an overload or short circuit. The reset push-button restores normal operation after the short-circuit or overload has been located and fixed.
The SPS-2001 accepts any input power in the range of 100- 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz.
When the Combine/Isolate switch is set to the Isolate position, each channel connector is powered separately and has completely separate intercom audio. When the Combine/Isolate switch is set to the combine position, each channel is still powered separately, but the audio signals are combined so that all users on both channels can intercommunicate.
This selector switch sets the SPS-2001 for compatibility with either Audiocom (BALANCED) or Clear-Com (UNBALANCED). Compatibility includes channel connector pin-outs, channel power requirements, and call signaling requirements. The SPS-2001 is shipped with this switch in the Audiocom position.
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|Stock Status||In Stock|
|Mfr Part No||SPS-2001A|