HelixNet Digital Network Partyline Intercom System

HelixNet Digital Network Partyline Intercom System

For group intercommunication with a digital experience, HelixNet offers the simplicity of partyline communication, digital audio clarity and ease of deployment on a facility’s standard IT network infrastructure via an Ethernet/LAN connection. The standard 1RU system is capable of increasing channels for additional intercom or Input/Output ports for interfacing with other systems.

The overall design of HelixNet Partyline was developed on an innovative set of advanced core technologies called I.V.Core. The I.V.Core platform provides a flexible basis for carrying all the familiar attributes of a traditional analog partyline intercom—simple communication functions and plug-and-go setup—onto the digital realm. I.V.Core also unlockes the system capability to network and operate over modern-day infrastructures such as Ethernet/IP.

Products In Family

Main Stations

Four-channel rackmount main station for digital partyline communication.

Two-channel digital beltpack with low-noise audio and shaped contour crystal clear audio, known as “The Clear-Com Sound”.

Four-channel rackmount remote station that is powered by the intercom line.

Four-channel flush mount speaker station that can be wall mounted or installed in an adjustable desktop enclosure.

System interfaces to enable connection with 2- or 4-wire intercom systems or for intelligent networking. Fits in the HelixNet main station module bays.

Provides administrators and operators with an easy and intuitive means to configure an entire HelixNet system.


System Diagram

HelixNetPartyline can be deployed using a wide range of topologies: Daily-chain, Star, and Tree.

In a daisy-chain topology (as shown as channel B), the Main Station is connected to the first unit. The units are then connected in a series, using the pass-through connector on the back / rear of the device to pass on the connection. No termination is required.

In a star topology (as shown as channel C), the Main Station is connected to a passive (Y) splitter such as an XLR Bulkhead or Multi-box. The units are then connected to the splitter point-to-point.

A tree topology is a more complex version of the star topology, using serially connected passive ( Y ) splitters. The units are connected to each splitter.

Multi-Channel Diagram Description

Up to three HelixNet Main Stations (HMS) can be linked.  A system, regardless of the number of linked HMS units, will have 12 channels by default with the potential of increasing that number to 24 with the purchase of a license for each HMS within the Link-Group.

Market Applications

Leveraging multiple studios and production spaces with minimal set-up and integration time is becoming more common. Adding more resources to the production’s intercom is also increasing. This makes the HelixNet Digital Partyline a perfect fit – the HelixNet system can support up to 24 PL channels over both traditional intercom cable and/or IP networks and provide low-latency communication anywhere the internet is available.

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