Eclipse® HX is a highly scalable, extensible and programmable advanced digital matrix intercom platform for enabling non-blocking, bi-directional communication for small to large collaborative work teams. The system enables up to thousands of direct (point-to-point) and one-to-many (group and partyline or conference) audio and data signal distributions/connections. All systems can intelligently trunk over IP (Dante, AES67 and native), redundant Fiber, MADI and audio CAT5 without compromising audio quality or performance. Eclipse HX can also seamlessly integrate with IP communications, interoperability and SIP telephony interfaces, digital wireless solutions, and many other devices—providing a comprehensive communication solution that is virtually accessible everywhere over secure and reliable connections.
Complete your Eclipse HX Digital Matrix System with our suite of products.
System Card Frames for point-to-point and conference communications in 1RU, 3RU or 6RU rackmount formats.
Easy and intuitive configuration tools for administrators and operators of Eclipse HX networks.
Interface frame cards for the Eclipse HX systems to establish intelligent connections.
Rackmountable interface frames for interface modules of Eclipse HX systems.
Interface modules for the Eclipse HX systems enabling connections with 3rd party devices.
Multi-color TFT high contrast 10-character display keypanels with built-in IP connectivity for Eclipse HX.
User control key-panels that operate in conjunction with the Eclipse and Eclipse HX Digital Matrix Systems.
Keypanels with built-in touchscreen technology.
Paper-label or no-display intercom keypanels for Eclipse HX.
Mobile intercom keypanel application with intercom capabilities operating on iOS or Android devices.
Virtual intercom desktop client operating on Windows and MacOS devices.
Headsets and microphones for Eclipse HX endpoints.
Dual Partyline Ring Interface Module.
Compact 3RU Card Frame (with up to 256 Ports).
Fiber Interface Card.
64-Channel MADI Interface Card.
6 Universal Input Control Interface Module.
Dual 4-wire/2-way Radio Relay Control Interface Module.
Desktop 12-rotary control panel with dial pad.
1RU rackmount 12-rotary control panel.
64-Channel Dante Interface Card.
2-Channel Speaker Panel.
16-key Non-Display Pushbutton Panel.
32-key Non-Display Pushbutton Panel.
6RU Card Frame (with up to 448 Ports).
Spare 16-port Interface Card.
6RU Card Frame (with up to 490 Ports).
6-way Relay Control Interface Module.
2-Line Digital Telephone Hybrid Interface Module.
1RU rackmount 12-lever keypanel.
Desktop 12-lever keypanel with dial pad.
Desktop 12-key pushbutton panel with dial pad.
Single open-ear, lightweight headset with a dynamic microphone.
Single-ear premium lightweight headset with cardioid dynamic microphones.
Double-ear premium lightweight headset with cardioid dynamic microphones.
Single-ear standard headset with cardioid dynamic microphone.
Double-ear standard headset with cardioid dynamic microphone.
110 Series of Gooseneck Condenser Microphones.
GM series with 3-conductor, quarter-inch phone plug connectors.
E-IPA-HX Interface Card.
Compact 3RU Card Frame (with 16 or 32 Ports).
Premium lightweight wrap around dual ear headset.
1RU rackmount 32-lever keypanel with enhanced displays.
1RU rackmount 16-lever key expansion panel with enhanced displays.
1RU rackmount 12-lever keypanel with enhanced displays.
1RU rackmount 24-rotary control expansion panel.
1RU rackmount 24-rotary control panel.
2RU rackmount 12-pushbutton panel.
1RU rackmount 12-pushbutton expansion panel.
1RU rackmount 24-pushbutton panel.
Desktop 20-key IP touchscreen user control panel.
Connect as many of your users on the networked 64-matrix system over multiple media types. The expansive network is achieved with four high-density and high-performance system frames and supported by user devices consisting of any combination of hard-wired key panels, mobile apps, soft-panels, two-way radios, POTS, IP telephony, wired or wireless beltpacks—connected over either 4-wire, trunked IP (Dante, AES67 and native), E1/T1, Fiber, CAT5, and/or MADI.
Expand your Eclipse HX system to connect with any third-party audio, intercom and video sources. Through a host of robust system interfaces and the Host Control Interface (HCI) layer, Eclipse HX opens itself to communicate with any system in order to act as one integrated communications solution.
Choose from the widest selection of user devices that most suits your communication needs. Eclipse HX seamlessly integrates the most sophisticated and robust FreeSpeak II transceiver modules and wireless beltpacks in either 1.9 or 2.4GHz or mixed frequency bands in the same matrix system. For users with their own smart devices, they can easily download the Agent-IC mobile app and immediate connect to the host Eclipse HX system once authenticated by the System Administrator. Digital two-way radio platforms and SIP telephony may also integrate with the Eclipse HX network via the LQ Series IP Interfaces. Device options are almost endless as the system can easily interface with any 2-wire, 4-wire, IP and wireless communication device.
Improve your intercom system with the latest IP audio technology and keep your production organized with V-Series Iris. These multi-color, 10-character OLED display user panels deliver high quality uncompressed AES67 audio, allows users to create color-based user groups, and can deploy up to 64 panels in an AES67-based network.
In a small-scale matrix system, the Eclipse HX-Delta system is ideal for a single facility that requires a maximum of 256 ports. This capacity allows many users to communicate on different types of V-Series Iris keypanels connected over 4-wire, trunked IP (Dante, AES67 and Native), E1/T1, Fiber, CAT5, and/or MADI. Additional contributors to the conversation that need to remain untethered to the desk or a specific position, and do not frequently require access to the intercom, could be on the complementary Agent-IC mobile app that depends on WiFi, 3G, 4G or Internet signal connections.
For large-scale system deployments, any combination of Eclipse HX systems can be networked into a single, redundant system, providing communications to thousands of user positions. With this setup, Eclipse HX users have many user device options. There are different types of V-Series Iris keypanels connected over 4-wire, trunked IP (Dante, AES67 and Native), E1/T1, Fiber, CAT5, and/or MADI. Contributing users that need to remain untethered to the desk or a specific position, and do not frequently require access to the intercom, could be on the complementary Agent-IC mobile app that depends on WiFi, 3G, 4G or Internet signal connections.