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LQ Series v4 and HelixNet


Multiple LQ devices can connect endpoints at different locations to form a single intercom system. Adding Agent-IC and SIP Contributing roles expands the system’s regional capabilities.


How it Works

An existing HelixNet system with multiple beltpacks, speaker and remote stations can connect to SIP and Agent-IC in regional locales. The HelixNet Main Station connects to an LQ-R4W8 using CAT5 cabling. The LQ is in-turn connected to an IP network switch. The LQ is configured using the browser-based Core Configuration Manager (CCM). Within the CCM, Agent-IC and SIP licenses are configured and any channel management is completed. Once the intercom has an IP interface, the Agent-IC app can be used via Wi-Fi or cellular networks and SIP is managed on a laptop through an IP PBX. In addition, the LQ provides enough Power-over-Ethernet (PoE), to run 1-2 beltpacks.



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