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Once an LQ unit is linked to an HMS in a Link-Group, all ports on the LQ unit are visible in the CCM and available to be placed in a HelixNet Channel. Once a port is in a Channel, audio from that port can be routed anywhere within the system.
Connecting an HMS and an LQ unit also brings the possibility of Agent-IC, SIP and IVC connectivity into your HelixNet intercom system (according to license for Agent-IC and SIP).
|Notes||A HelixNet/LQ Link-Group supports up to 5 linked Main Stations and up to 5 linked LQ units to a Link Master (to a maximum of 6 devices in total).|
|The HMS must always be the Link-Master in a HelixNet/LQ Link-Group.|
The following limitations are imposed when LQ devices are linked to a HelixNet Link-Group:
- Creation or use of Direct Connections
- Interconnection of Clear-Com panels over 4-wire
- No SIP hang up capability through the HMS Front panel