1. What are the Interphone and Sound Systems (ISS) for?
The basic task of Interphone and Sound Systems is to provide voice communication between the operator and individual rooms with the possibility of full control by the operator in case communication takes place between third parties. These systems include:
- intercom system – provides communication between the operator and individual rooms with the possibility of connecting telephone calls coming from outside (or ordered from rooms) to intercom panels. In the case of telephone calls, the operator can listen to the conversation (and disconnect it), and if an external telephone exchange is used, join it.
- the radio system is used to distribute audio signals (radio, tape recorder, etc.) to individual rooms for radio broadcast panels. The system also allows the distribution of messages broadcast as priority from the microphone station (the message is heard on the panel irrespective of the local volume setting).
- voice communication system for non-contact vision rooms – designed to provide telephone communication between two visitors and one visited. An important feature of the system is the continuous supervision of the operator over the duration and course of the conversation (with the possibility of joining the third party and the possibility of interrupting or blocking it at any time).
Both in the intercom system and communication in the reception rooms, it is possible to connect an external hands-free set and tape recorders to record conversations.
2. Simplicity of construction and assembly.
The construction principle of Interphone and Sound Systems (ISS) is: connecting local control controllers to the appropriate communication, intercom and radio buses, and then talking panels and patch modules and other accessories. The system power supply may be local or central depending on the user’s circumstances and requirements. System controllers are assembled in a modular manner in OB-SZxx covers, and all of the local node devices in practical electrical switchboards. This approach to the topic allows connecting individual ZSZ subsystems not only within the switchboards, but also covers for controller boards. If it is not possible to use switchboards, OB-MTxx and OB-TW3M mounting covers should be used.
3. Construction and external appearance of panels
The intercom and radio intercom panels manufactured by us are made of sheet steel and embedded in “concealed”,
and their face plates of polished acid-proof steel depending on the intended use (from the requirements for the durability of assembly) are riveted or screwed to the housing. All sockets and buttons used are vandal-proof, which reduces the risk of mechanical damage. Similarly, when using button panels in the system.
Meco Interphone and Sound Systems are also a guarantee that you are buying a device designed and manufactured in Poland.