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Connect Portable Devices To Your Intercom System

The IP900 connects to an intercom system with three-pin XLR and to the LAN/WAN via Cat-5 cable. Software is provided on a USB memory stick.
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(click thumbnail)IP900 Connect Internet/Intercom InterfaceProduction Intercom will exhibit its new IP900 Connect Internet/Intercom Interface.

This provides any Internet-capable device the ability to become part of an intercom system. Devices such as laptops or smart phones can signal, call and listen to the user’s com system.

The remote user can communicate via mouse click, stylus or other input device. A remote computer can be equipped with the company’s DMH220 USB communications headset, connected to the USB port; portable devices can be equipped with the SMH610 comm headset.

The IP900 connects to an intercom system with three-pin XLR and to the LAN/WAN via Cat-5 cable. Software is provided on a USB memory stick. The program may be run from the stick or loaded onto the device. Suggested pro net price is $2,300.

For information contact the company in Illinois at (800) 562-5872 or visit www.beltpack.com.

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