Station-IC is a virtual desktop client facilitating a scalable intercom user station on the desktops of Windows and MacOS users. Connecting to Eclipse HX IP capable matrixes or LQ Series interfaces (coming soon), Station-IC provides access to the system’s resources which can include one-to-one, one-to-many, partyline, ISO and IFB communication with individual listening levels in addition to call signals and logic controls, tailored to enable the user with efficient intercom to do his primary job. Virtual client access is configured to the user’s requirements in the Eclipse EHX software or LQ (coming soon) CCM browser interface in addition to establishing credentials for an encrypted connection.
Uses the proven and efficient G.722 codec for audio alongside a proprietary control transport protocol designed to operate over LAN, WAN and Internet network connections of various quality. Requires only a single port on the host-end, minimizing efforts required for network management and routing to public internet connectivity. Station-IC connects to the host Eclipse HX matrix via the E-IPA (or IVC-32) card or to any LQ series Interface (coming soon) device with available capacity.
Station-IC is licensed per computer either using flexible Event or Subscription licenses. Event licenses enable effortless licensing for 1 week or 1 month duration from the time of first connection and are ideal for short-term surge capacity and rental applications while transferable Subscription licenses are for permanent requirements at the lowest daily cost. License expiration is clearly displayed to users in the last month of validity. Demo mode provides the ability to connect to a Clear-Com or customer provided system to test on a user’s computer. Station-IC can be freely download from the Clear-Com website.
Station-IC is designed for familiarity and consistency with other user stations, including Agent-IC and V-Series Iris™. Station-IC’s large Talk and Listen buttons with individual level control and clear indication of current state allow operation with mouse and touchscreens which can be scaled to fit the screen with clear indication of latched keys that may be hidden as well as input and output audio meters. Compact mode allows users to designate favorite keys for the smallest possible use of user’s available screen space while notifications of incoming calls and Eclipse reply / LQ (coming soon) call keys are always immediately available.