Pliant Technologies Will Debut “High Density Mode” for Its Wireless Intercom System at ISE 2022

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Pliant Technologies is debuting its “high density” mode, which the company describes as a selectable mode of operation that greatly increases user densities, for both CrewCom and CrewCom CB2 wireless intercom systems at ISE 2022 (Booth 7Q970).

For CrewCom, this new software-selectable mode supports up to 32 radio packs (RPs) on a single radio transceiver (RT) while dynamically allowing any four of the RPs to communicate in full-duplex across four available talk paths. For CB2, the high density mode supports up to 16 radio packs (RPs) on a single base station. In addition, users will have the flexibility to deploy normal mode, high density mode, or both at the same time, providing adaptability for application-specific setups.

The latest member of the CrewCom family, the new full-duplex, install-focused CrewCom CB2 is designed as a solution for small to mid-level applications requiring a reliable wireless intercom with wide RF coverage and range. Available in both 2.4GHz and 900MHz (where legal) frequency options as well as 900MHz Oceania and 2.4GHz CE compliant models, the system includes the CrewCom CB2 base station and up to six normal mode or 16 high density mode CRP-12 radio packs to create a powerful but economical wireless intercom system. Two CB2 base stations can be combined to double that capacity. The latest wireless intercom system from Pliant provides customers with great sound and performance including two intercom channels as well as interconnectivity to all industry-standard two- and four-wire intercom systems.

CrewCom is a professional wireless system featuring 7KHz voice quality with four-conference or two-conference full-duplex radio packs, seamless roaming, the highest density of users in the industry, and a host of user features. CrewCom is based on a versatile decentralized, highly scalable network platform.