UPGRADES! Opportunity – Progress – Safety

For several years now, it has become clear that digital communication, e.g. via ISDN, is increasingly being overtaken by new technologies such as IP. The circuit-based communication protocols (cable between the terminal device and the central exchange unit) are thus replaced by packet-based protocols. The advantage of this new type of communication lies in the variety of […]

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Call Request Control

Today´s topic of INDUSTRONIC functions is Call Request Control. This function is often used at gateways and entrance areas. There, visitors must make a call request to the central control room via a gate intercom station. Control Rooms – Flexible and Always Available This call request reaches several control room intercom stations simultaneously. Depending on […]

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MultiControl Group

Today´s topic of INDUSTRONIC functions is the “MultiControl Group”. This function is often used in control rooms, where you can flexibly decide at which intercom station you want to answer a call. Communication with a MultiControl Group At the beginning of the communication a point-to-multipoint connection is established where all free members of the MultiControl […]

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Parallel Group

Today´s topic of INDUSTRONIC functions is the “Parallel Group”, where one subscriber establishes a voice connection to a pre-defined group of several members. Within the group you can then flexibly decide at which intercom station you want to answer the call. Communication with a Group of Several Members Communication with a parallel group constantly changes […]

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Dynamic Two-way Communication

After already introducing you to the function “Direct Two-way Communication” in my last blog article, I would like to continue with my series on INDUSTRONIC functions. Today’s topic is “Dynamic Two-way Communication” which allows establishing a voice connection to any desired subscriber by using a dial keypad. Furthermore, keys can be saved and the intercom […]

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Direct Two-way Communication

From unidirectional voice announcements through to conferences with several subscribers – communication and public address systems provide a wide range of functions. For you to gain an insight into the possibilities of such systems I would like to use this blog to introduce you to different functions in the coming weeks and months. This week […]

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Intercom and PA/GA

You’ve surely heard of intercom systems and PA/GA systems. But how are they exactly defined? And what are the differences? This article compares both concepts and focuses on the main differences. Intercom Intercom systems are mainly used to support process-related voice communication in industrial environments. You have either a pre-defined subscriber to which you establish […]

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