DELEC - Desk 16 Dante

The DELEC Desk 16 Dante is a 16-key desktop subscriber panel equipped with a Dante interface so it can be connected directly to a Dante network without the need for an additional convertor. These units can be hooked up to any DELEC intercom unit equipped with a Dante interface, e.g. CS 1624.

These new subscriber panel models allow operators to target specific addresses or – using DELEC NAMs – announcement speakers. All three models come with Dante Primary and Secondary ports for fully redundant operation. In a different scenario, these two ports can be used to daisy-chain several subscriber panels, reducing cabling requirements dramatically. As a result, these new subscriber panels are not only perfect for broadcast and theatre environments but also for any application which requires long cable runs.

Case Studies

Train station announcements have long been the subject of somewhat unfair criticism, seemingly regardless of efforts to improve them. But for the world’s rail operators, the problem is genuine and serious, as are their efforts to solve it. Indeed, so serious are those efforts that they have now led to the creation of one of the world’s largest and most impressive examples of audio-over-IP. The rail networks in question are Sydney Trains and NSW Trains, and the company charged with solving one of rail travel’s most enduring issues is Stagetec Australia.