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D i g ital M atri x I n tercom S y stems
V-Series Panels
V-Series Desktop Panels
Interfaces
Software
System Frames
High Performance with Simplified Operations
For Optimum Communication Experience
Product Family Overview
The Eclipse HX Difference
Eclipse HX is a new range of intercom matrix products distinguished by
fast system performance, simple user controls, and high system capacity.
NEW!
Based on the market-proven Eclipse platform, the HX “HyPerformX” Series offers streamlined
software operations to perform quickly and easily. The HX Series initially presents a set of unique
and powerful differences including, but not limited to:
• LAN, WAN and Internet based intelligent linking
and operator panel connection based on the
IVC-32-HX card
• Real-time system-wide updates
• New user interface with simple operations
• Easily-identifiable color tallies for IFB and partyline
key assignments on V-Series Rotary panels
• Vertical-font display option on all V-Series panels
for vertical mounting in mobile production trucks
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• PiCo-Link enables built-in non-blocking link
between local PiCo matrices
• High port density with 460 ports per Omega frame—
highest density matrix system on the market
• New Resource Chart facility to display
system resource utilization
• System access control based on user login
to protect against inadvertent changes
• Dual label support on V-Series panels for multilingual
installations and extended key target description
Product Family Overview
Eclipse HX Products
The Eclipse HX Digital Matrix Platform is the latest advancement in digital intercom
technology for enabling critical intercommunications among production teams who need
direct (point-to-point) and one-to-many (group and partyline or conference) connections.
The Eclipse HX family was designed and engineered to be highly flexible and extensible
for addressing the intercom needs of the global production community.
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4 / System Frames
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10 / Interfaces
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6 / User Control Panels
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12 / System Software
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8 / Frame Cards
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14 / SYSTEM Diagram
Encore Partyline
IMF-103
Tempest2400 BeltStations
Encore RS-701 Beltpacks
Interfaces for
-Partyline
-2-way radio
-Telephone
-Relays
-GPIs
-AES-3
Eclipse HX-PiCo
Digital Matrix
Tempest2400 BaseStation
4-wire Intelligent
Linking
HelixNet
Beltpacks
CellCom/FreeSpeak
FreeSpeak Integra
CCI-22
Eclipse HX-Delta
Digital Matrix
E-Que
Delta
HelixNet
Main Station
V-Series
User Panels
V-Series User Panel
Fiber Intelligent Linking
Eclipse HX-Omega
Digital Matrix
HME DX210 Base Station
CAT5 Cable
HME DX210
Beltpacks
Eclipse HX-Median
Digital Matrix
IVC-32
VoICE 2
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LAN, WAN, Internet
LAN, WAN, Internet
E-MADI64
9 / Interface Modules
Optocore Network
(Fiber or Coax)
Concert Server
LMC-64
i-Series User Panels
IP Intelligent
Linking
IVC-32
Production Maestro Pro
with Clear-Vu Metering
Concert
VoICE 2
V-Series over IP
4-Wire I/O
i-Series User Panels
MADI Audio Devices
PC or MAC
ENPS Client
Clear-Com Eclipse HX 3
System Frames
Exceptional Performance
Building on the powerful Eclipse platform, the new Eclipse HX range
offers high performance for implementing changes to the system rapidly
and easily. Leveraging the existing core hardware design, Eclipse HX
allows a seamless transition to the new range. Up to 64 Eclipse HX
matrices can be connected to form a single networked installation.
Eclipse HX-PiCo
Eclipse HX-PiCo provides up to 36 ports for high-quality full-duplex
communications in a compact 1RU form. This system is ideal for
communication needs in small to mid-size production environments
such as OB vans, studio and sports facilities. Built-in display module
and menu system enables quick and easy changes to input/output
levels, routes and configurations. The new PiCo-Link feature connects audio between two Eclipse HX-PiCo frames with the same
capabilities as E-FIB-HX fiber linking of the larger frames.
ECLIPSE HX-DELTA
The 256-port Eclipse HX-Delta offers the connectivity and high
capacity of a large system in a smaller 3RU frame. It can house
two CPU cards, four frame cards, and up to three interface modules. The Eclipse HX-Delta is ideal for mobile productions where
size and connectivity are key. It is also optimal for the remote
section of a network that needs a smaller expansion.
Eclipse HX-Median
Based on a powerful 6RU matrix frame, Eclipse HX-Median is
expandable to 448-ports using high density interface cards.
It can house two CPU cards and seven frame cards with up
to eight interface modules, which makes Eclipse HX-Median
ideal for outside broadcast vehicles, mobile flight-case systems,
or any production environment where rack space is limited.
Eclipse HX-Omega
The 15-slot Eclipse HX-Omega can support up to 460 ports in the 6RU
frame using combinations of 64-channel E-MADI64-HX cards, 32 port
E-QUE-HX cards and 16 port MVX-A16-HX cards. In addition, other
compatible frame cards are available for use with the Eclipse HX-Omega
to offer expanded capabilities and connections with the matrix. By connecting multiple Eclipse HX-Omega matrices, this system is perfect for
large scale communications productions with many users or destination points located in two or more different facilities in a single cluster.
Note: Restrictions based on power supply set the allowable
quantity of IVC-32-HX and E-QUE-HX cards.
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System Features Chart
Frame Size
Maximum Port Capacity
- With 4-Wire/Panel Ports
- With High Density Ports
On-board Relays and GPI Inputs
Frequency Response of
30Hz to 22kHz,+/-3dB
Eclipse HX-PiCo
Eclipse HX-Delta
Eclipse HX-Median
Eclipse HX-Omega
1RU
3RU
6RU
6RU
36 (32 with RS-422)
N/A
64
256
112
448
240
460
8
8
8
8
3
3
3
3
(24-bit resolution)
(24-bit resolution)
(24-bit resolution)
(24-bit resolution)
3
3
3
3
3
3
Redundant Processing
Dual Redundant Power Supplies
Intelligent Trunk Linking
of Matrices
3
3
3
3
3
(Via Analog CAT5 (MVXA16-HX) or Digital CAT5
(PiCo-Link))
(Over CAT5, POTS, IP,
Fiber or MADI)
(Over CAT5, POTS, IP,
Fiber or MADI)
(Over CAT5, POTS, IP,
Fiber or MADI)
Intuitive Programming Software
EHX (Eclipse HX
Configuration Software)
EHX
EHX
EHX
Real-time Assignment of
Partyline Conferences
Production Maestro Pro
Production Maestro Pro
Production Maestro Pro
Production Maestro Pro
3
3
3
3
Multiple Choices for Panel
Connection such as AES3,
Direct CAT5 and IP
(IP requires
VoICE 2.0 interface)
Port Level Control Adjustment
3
3
3
3
Seamless Interfacing with
Clear-Com IMF Modules
3
3
3
3
DTMF Inward Access Control
3
3
3
3
DTMF Outward Dialing
3
3
3
3
User Menu for I/O Levels,
Routing and Status
3
Configurable VOX
3
3
3
3
VOX Detection Controlled
from Software
3
3
3
3
Individual Crosspoint Level
Adjustment on User Panels
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Seamless Integration
with CellCom/FreeSpeak
Digital Wireless
3
3
3
Intelligent Integration with
Concert Software Users and
V-Series IP Panels
3
3
3
Connectivity over
Non-blocking Fiber
Redundant Ethernet and a Serial
Link for Programming
System Remotely Programmed
and Maintained via Ethernet
3
(Single LAN)
3
Clear-Com Eclipse HX 5
User Control Panels
The most advanced user control panels on the market deliver
unmatched features, functionality, audio quality and performance.
All Clear-Com V-Series and i-Series panels are compatible with
the Eclipse HX systems and are available in several forms.
i-1400E
V-Series 12-Key Pushbutton Panel
i-1470E
V-Series 24-Key Rotary Panel
V-Series Control Panels
V-Series Control Panels combine cutting-edge Digital
Signal Processing and native IP technology in an
acoustically-controlled contemporary design.
The broadest variations in form and size: The V-Series
Panels are available in rotary-, pushbutton-, or lever-key in
12-key/1RU panel, 24-key/2RU panel and 12-key Desktop
panel forms. Up to eight Expansion panels for additional
keys can be added to the 12-key and 24-key panels in
rotary-, pushbutton- and lever-key forms.
Distinctive and extensive graphic display: The bright
yellow OLED color provides superior contrast for accentuating the panel labels for greater legibility in dim locations
and for enhancing visibility in bright conditions. Source
and destination labels are more distinct and easily identified through 10-character high resolution graphic displays
with international character support. Improved Roman
English & European character fonts and new font style
makes vertical panel mounting possible. Dual label facility
allows operators to change languages at the press of a
button, or alternately, to give a second 10 character label
to a destination.
The V-Series panels are capable of simultaneously
running both eight shift pages, up to eight extension
panels, and many extra physical keys on extension
panels for source or IFB routing.
User-configured signaling LEDs and Listen Again
digital memory: User-configured signaling LEDs make
incoming calls easy to follow at busy times. When there
are multiple calls or operators miss the last call, the
Listen Again digital memory can replay up to the last
30 seconds of any incoming call at his/her fingertips.
Digital Signal Processing (DSP) and Audio Level
Controls: Leading DSP makes local and centralized
real-time changes to audio routing and effects possible.
Individual up and down level controls let users adjust
personal audio mix for all calls or to send call alerts
to partylines. The Supervisor functionality centralizes
control of any V-Series panel, enabling efficient workflow.
Connection options:
• Analog (CAT5/CAT6)
Standard Feature
• Low Latency IP (CAT5/CAT6) Standard Feature
• Digital AES-3 (CAT5)
Internal AES-3 Options Card
• Digital AES-3 (Co-Ax video) Internal AES-3 Options Card
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User Control Panels
Panel Features
• 12 or 24 Rotary, Lever, or Pushbutton keys
combination for user preference
V-Series 12-Key Pushbutton Panel
• Horizontal or vertical text display option
V-Series 12-Key
Pushbutton Desktop Panel
• Crystal clear, high contrast yellow OLEDs
• Keypad for telephone dialing and quick menu
access (Available on 2RU and Desktop models)
V-Series 24-Key Pushbutton Panel
• Front-mounted loudspeakers for high impact audio
• Assignable Main and Auxiliary Rotary level
controls with LED level indication
• Gooseneck microphone and headset with
a choice of XLR-4 or XLR-5 connectors
V-Series 12-Key Rotary Panel
• 10-character displays with contemporary,
easy-to-read font, including international
character fonts and dual language facility
V-Series 12-Key
Rotary Desktop Panel
• Rear connections for Audio I/O and GPI control
• Native IP connectivity built-in
V-Series 24-Key Rotary Panel
• XLR type RJ-45 for robust matrix connection
• Soft menus for local assignment
• “Listen Again” digital audio memory replay
• Supervisor capability
• Easily-identifiable color tallies for IFB and partyline
assigned keys on V-Series Rotary panels
• Dual label facility
V-Series 12-Key Lever Panel
V-Series 12-Key
Lever Desktop Panel
I-Series Panels
V-Series 24-Key Lever Panel
Rugged and reliable 1RU panels. Available with
five-character display selector modules or non-display
selector modules and a microphone headset module.
The 32 key i-Series panels also include keypads.
i-1200E
Five standard variants available:
i-1400E
i-1200E 2x8-key non-display, gooseneck and headset
connections and loudspeaker with level control
i-1400E 4x8-key non-display, gooseneck and headset
connections and loudspeaker with level control
i-1430E 4x8-key display gooseneck and headset
connections and loudspeaker with level control with
keypad (dial and assignment menus)
i-1430E
i-1470E as per I-1430E, but with AUX-101 option
(local audio and GPIs)
i-1470E
e-1410E 4x8-key display extension panel
Note: Clear-Com reserves the right to withdraw legacy control
panels from sale at any time following sufficient notice.
e-1410E
Clear-Com Eclipse HX 7
Frame Cards
High Density. High Performance. High Reliability.
6RU frame cards for the Eclipse HX-Delta, Eclipse HX-Median and
Eclipse HX-Omega system frames to establish intelligent connections.
E-QUE-HX Card
A wireless cell controller card (with rear)
that can seamlessly connect CellCom/
FreeSpeak digital wireless beltpacks to the
Eclipse HX matrix system for untethered
communications. Alternately, the card
can provide E1 and T1 intelligent linking
to interconnect matrix frames or signaling
free channelized E1/T1 to achieve both
capabilities from one card using its split
mode operation.
E-MADI64-HX Card
The E-MADI64-HX (Multiple Audio Digital
Interface) card provides connection with
standard MADI devices, with up to 64
AES3 format digital audio “four-wires”.
The card can be configured for 24, 32,
48, 56 or the full 64 channels with sample
rates up to 96kHz.
MVX-A16-HX Card
A 16-port audio and data card set for
use with panels, interface modules and
direct ports using balanced four-wire
audio and RS422 data interfacing. The
card set consists of a front router card
and a 16-way RJ-45 port rear card.
IVC-32-HX Card
The IVC-32-HX Card supports up to 32
channels of high quality, low latency audio
over IP networks. Each of the channels
can be independently configured for
connection to V-Series panels, Eclipse
HX systems or Concert soft clients. The
card uses the highly regarded G.722
audio CODEC and is designed to operate
seamlessly over LAN, WAN and Internet
infrastructures.
N+1 card redundancy is supported, which
means that a single IVC-32-HX card can
operate as a hot standby for other IVC-32HX cards in the matrix frame.
IVC-32-HX makes extending intercom
access to new users, in local or remote
locations, both straightforward and
cost-effective.
LMC-64-HX Card
The IP-based audio level monitor card,
installed in the Eclipse HX system frame,
enables the Production Maestro Pro application to use the Clear-Vu Audio Metering
for up to 64 channels per card. Using two
standard scaling options, Nordic and VU, the
LMC-64-HX Card enables easy and rapid
audio adjustments for any critical application.
E-FIB-HX Card
A Fiber-Net card and rear interface
enables dual redundant audio fiber
network connections to 63 other frames.
Note: Restrictions based on power supply set the
allowable quantity of IVC-32-HX and E-QUE-HX cards.
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Interface Modules
Connections with third-party devices or panels are enabled
in the Eclipse HX using a variety of interface modules.
CCI-22 (Dual Partyline Ring Interface
Module) connects two 2-wire full-duplex
partyline circuits with the matrix. The interface
supports Clear-Com signaling to and from
the matrix system, deriving its power from the
external partyline circuit. Levels and cable
nulling are completely adjustable. The CCI-22
functions with Clear-Com and other two-wire
intercom systems.
RLY-6 (6-way Relay Control Module)
provides six fully programmable SPDT
(Single Pole, Double Throw) relay outputs
to support dedicated switching functions
external to the matrix system. This provides
for external DC signal light activation or
door control, for example.
FOR-22 (Dual 4-wire Transformer Balance
and Radio Relay Control Module) connects
two external four-wire circuits to the matrix. The
module provides proper impedance matching,
transformer isolation and level adjustments
between systems. It also supports external
relay activation and call-sense circuitry.
AES-6-CX and AES-6-RJ
The six-channel AES-6-CX module connects
V-Series panels to Eclipse HX matrices over
AES3 digital audio pairs (RJ) or Co-Ax (CX),
providing two audio paths to the intercom
panel. Alternately, these modules can be used
to connect Eclipse HX to third party equipment,
with AES interface ports.
TEL-14 (Dual Telephone Interface Module)
The two-line, auto-nulling digital hybrid
telephone interface module is designed for
establishing IFB connections between the
main intercom and remote production trucks,
and enabling telephone calls directly from any
intercom panel in an Eclipse HX matrix.
GPI-6 (6-way General Purpose Input Control
Module) provides six general purpose Opto
logic inputs into the matrix, allowing external
sources to trigger routing changes and other
events through the matrix system.
Clear-Com Eclipse HX 9
Interfaces
Clear-Com VoICE 2.0 frame (Voice over IP Communications
Equipment) can be used to connect remote audio channels and
i-Series panels to Eclipse HX matrices over IP infrastructure.
Each four-way VoICE 2.0 interface frame, when
operating back to back with other frames,
can provide:
• Up to 4 remote user panels intelligently linked
backed to the Eclipse HX
• Up to 4 intelligent trunk lines between
remote matrix systems
• Up to 4 four-wire Audio pairs and 4 Asynchronous
RS-422 data links between remote sites
VoICE 2.0
VoICE 2.0
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VoICE 2.0
Interfaces
Rack-mountable interface frames offer a scalable way to hold
interface modules and directly connect external audio sources
to the Eclipse HX systems.
IMF-3 interface frame holds up to 11 interface modules
in a 3RU chassis. Modular rear-mounted connector units
feature two RJ-45 connectors to the matrix ports and two
DB-9s attaching the connected devices. The frame is used
in conjunction with the PSU-101 rack-mountable dual
power supply, providing power to the enclosed interfaces.
PSU-101 is the power supply for the IMF-3 interface frame.
It has both an audible failure alarm and failure relay contacts
to activate a remote signal. A single PSU-101 will power
a minimum of two interface frames depending on the type
of interfaces and their individual power requirements.
IMF-102 interface frame combines an internal power supply,
connection for a second redundant supply, a rear input/
output connector panel and slots for two modular interfaces – all in a 1RU chassis. The compact frame offers
a practical way to add two interfaces to an Eclipse HXOmega, Median or PiCo Matrix frame. A PSU-101 can
be added for power supply redundancy.
TW-60 interface supports “Radio Interoperability” and interfaces with up to four Land Mobile Radios. The interface
can connect to earphone, microphone and push-to-talk
radio controls. An audio output delay, to allow key-up
time of a radio system on the outbound side of each
connection, is also included with delay between 0 and
5000ms. Receive level, Transmit level and Delay time are
three separate controls for each radio.
BAL-8 (8-way Transformer Balance unit) is a 1RU
interface containing eight transformer isolated ports.
The unit isolates the connection between matrix ports
and peripheral devices such as two-way radios and
four-wires. (All Eclipse HX matrix direct outputs are
low and impedance electronically balanced.)
IFB-104 (IFB line Interface) is a 1RU panel that directly
connects up to four IFB feeds to the ports of a digital
matrix system. Individual or multiple IFB ear buds or
headphones may be used directly from each connected
matrix port.
The IFB-104 does not require external power to drive its
circuitry. Each channel has a rear-mounted wet/dry switch,
allowing either direct connection or powering via a partyline
intercom power supply. The signal from the matrix port is
transformer-coupled to the XLR connector output.
Clear-Com Eclipse HX 11
Software
Eclipse HX Configuration Software (EHX)
EHX gives system administrators and operators an
intuitive graphical view of the system, panels and
control logic such as Logic Maestro for ease of configuration
and management of the entire Eclipse HX network.
EHX Version 7.5 software offers an exceptional user
experience. Built-in automation, pre-set factory
configuration, and intuitive hardware discovery drastically enhance the out-of-box start-up experience. Now,
with the new EHX 7.5, many software improvements
have been added to empower users to make more
dynamic system changes.
New Features in EHX 7.5:
• LAN, WAN and Internet based intelligent linking
and operator panel connection based on the
IVC-32-HX card
Simple-to-use Eclipse HX Configuration
Software (EHX) for configuring and managing
the entire Eclipse HX network
• Dual label support on V-Series panels for multilingual
installations and extended key target description
• Fast software algorithms enable real-time
system-wide updates
• Simple user interface for the setup
of matrix cards and ports
• User Rights added for identifying user
types and control levels in software
Easy drag-and-drop operation on
Panel Programming for panel setup
• Resource Chart to display the users
configuration limits as a tabular list
• Easily-identifiable color tallies for IFB and
partyline assigned keys (V-Series only)
• Highlighted off-normal crosspoint levels
• New Online Help
Intuitive Cards and Ports configuration screen
New Online Help to provide quick assistance
on key features and functions
New Resource Utilization screen for providing
at-a-glance status on resource usage
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Software
Additional EHX Features
• Automatic setup of initial configuration by hardware
discovery and default factory configuration
• Configuration upload from frames
• Real-time key assignment routes,
IFB and partyline routing
• Centrally set global and local IFB operations
• Programmable and real-time V-Series Panel
audio routing-mixing
• DTMF dial tone inward access
• Activation of relays, routes, and DTMF
sequences via controls
• Global label based key latch disable
• Configuration of frame and panel relay controls
• Port I/O audio level control
• Centrally set local and global ISO routes
• 8 programmable pages on a V-Series panel
Production Maestro Pro for fast conference and line routing setup
Production Maestro Pro
Production Maestro Pro is an add-on software module
of the Eclipse HX Configuration Software for flexible and
fast conference and lines routing setup. It manages live
external lines in and out of any small or large intercom
central system to remote users’ panels and their keys,
very useful for technical operators handling large sports
venue lines upstream of studio users. Users can simply
route four-wire lines to groups of panel users instantly
with the graphical assignment system.
Production Maestro Pro’s Clear-Vu Audio Metering enables
visual audio levels on a PC screen using real-time graphical
meters. Clear-Vu provides both activity and level monitoring
of feeds with a glance while reducing the need for multiple
monitoring speakers.
• 4 configuration maps per frame
• Intelligent linking (analog and digital trunks
over 4-wires, E1 or T1 and Fiber)
• Hardware graphical diagnostics and reporting
Production Maestro Pro Features
• A real-time production tool
• Event and status logging
• Intuitive drag-and-drop conference,
crosspoint and IFB assignment
• Logic Maestro for graphical logic
control programming
• Multi-user synchronized operations
• CellCom/FreeSpeak Integra Digital
Wireless beltpack configuration
• Resilient fault tolerant design
• Multiple levels of undo/redo
• Audio input level adjustment
• Real-time conference renaming
• 4-wire route monitoring
• Key Groups for assigning keys located
on multiple panels as one entity
• Save time by assembling preset conferences
in advance of their activation
• Visually monitors and adjust multiple audio levels
using Clear-Vu Audio Metering (requires LMC-64-HX)
Clear-Com Eclipse HX 13
System Diagram
IMF-103
Tempest2400 BeltStations
Eclipse HX-PiCo
Digital Matrix
Tempest2400 BaseStation
4-wire Intelligent
Linking
HelixNet
Beltpacks
Eclipse HX-Delta
Digital Matrix
Delta
HelixNet
Main Station
V-Series
User Panels
Fiber Intelligent L
CAT5 Cable
Eclipse HX-Median
Digital Matrix
LMC-64
i-Series User Panels
LAN, WAN, Internet
Production Maestro Pro
with Clear-Vu Metering
Co
VoICE 2
i-Series User Panels
MADI Audio Devices
14 Clear-Com Eclipse HX
E-MADI64
VoICE 2
PC o
ENPS
Encore Partyline
Encore RS-701 Beltpacks
Interfaces for
-Partyline
-2-way radio
-Telephone
-Relays
-GPIs
-AES-3
CellCom/FreeSpeak
FreeSpeak Integra
CCI-22
E-Que
V-Series User Panel
Linking
Eclipse HX-Omega
Digital Matrix
HME DX210 Base Station
HME DX210
Beltpacks
Optocore Network
(Fiber or Coax)
IVC-32
Concert Server
LAN, WAN, Internet
IP Intelligent
Linking
IVC-32
oncert
V-Series over IP
4-Wire I/O
or MAC
S Client
Clear-Com Eclipse HX 15
About Clear-Com
®
Clear-Com, an HME company, is a global provider in professional voice communications systems since
1968. We develop and market proven intercom technologies such as Analog & Digital Partyline, Digital
Matrix, Wireless and Intercom-over-IP systems for critical communication applications in broadcast,
performance venues, military, government and enterprise markets. Recognized for our legacy of intercom
innovations, production teams around the world have come to depend on Clear-Com for clear, reliable
and scalable communications solutions.
About HM Electronics, Inc. (HME)
HM Electronics, Inc. is a diverse group of companies providing solutions that enhance productivity
and customer service in markets including restaurants, sports and professional audio. Founded in
1971, we sell, service and support products in 89 countries worldwide, via company-owned offices
in the U.S., Canada, Europe, and China, and an extensive network of HME-authorized distributors,
dealers and service agents. Every day quick service restaurants take over 24 million orders using
HME systems. With the recent acquisition of Clear-Com, HME is the world’s leading provider of
professional intercom systems.
Americas and Asia-Pacific Headquarters
California, United States
Tel: +1.510.337.6600
Email: [email protected]
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Cambridge, United Kingdom
Tel: +44 1223 815000
Email: [email protected]
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Beijing Representative Office
Beijing, P.R.China
Tel: +86-10-65811360/65815577
www.clearcom.com
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