2-Channel 2.4GHz Base Station
CZ11513: 4-Up DX210 system with HS15 headsets ,CZ11514: 4-Up DX210 system with WH210 headsets, CZ11515: 4-Up DX210 system without headsets ,CZ12029: BS210 base station without headsets EU version (ETSI compatible)
TX & RX Antenna: ½-Wave, Dual Diversity Dipole
4-Wire I/O: RJ-45, 600Ω Balanced, Level Adjustable, Simultaneous Operation with 2-Wire (x2)
2-Wire I/O: XLR-3F & 3M, Externally-Switchable RTS or ClearCom Mode, 200Ω, Level Adjustable, Null Adjustable
Auxiliary Input: XLR-3F/¼” Phone Combo Jack, 600Ω Balanced, Level Adjustable
Auxiliary Output: XLR-3M, 600Ω Balanced, Level Adjustable
Headset I/O: N/A
Headset Connector: 4-Pin Mini-DIN
Headset Output: 250mW into 32Ω
Size: 19 x 1.72 x 13.50in (1-RU)
(48.26 x 4.37 x 34.29cm)
Weight: 9.0lb (4.1kg)
Power Requirements: 100-240V AC, 50-60Hz or 12-14V DC
The European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) has mandated a change in the way wireless products operate in the 2.4GHz bands. This new directive, EN 300 328 v1.8.1, requires Clear-Com to modify its DX-Series wireless intercom products and ship only v1.8.1 compliant products into countries that require CE compliance, beginning January 1, 2015.
A new ETSI standard to address interference issues within the 2.4GHz ISM band.
The main changes relate to how devices communicate and allocate radio space when they are in the same area. A new “adaptive mode” is required, which provides a mechanism so equipment can adapt to its environment by identifying other transmissions present in the 2.4GHz band.
How will this affect Clear-Com DX-Series products?
Clear-Com has modified its DX-Series wireless intercom products to be v1.8.1 compliant and created new model numbers for products sold in EU countries.
How do I determine if my BP200, BP 210, WH200, WH220 will work with new EU compliant base stations?
Check the G number, which is located on label under the battery, and cross reference to chart above.
Characteristics of new v1.8.1 compliant product:
Testing is more important when installing in order to determine antenna placement and coverage area, particularly when other 2.4GHz equipment is nearby