Telos Infinity Beltpacks offer are a next generation dual channel partyline beltpack
Telos Infinity Beltpacks are a next generation quad channel partyline beltpack
Infinity Beltpack Protective Sleeve (pack of 5)
The Intercom Master Panel combines the familiarity of traditional hardware with the flexibility and workflow advantages of Telos Infinity's unique matrix-free IP communication
Designed to be used in conjunction with the INF-MP-16 1RU Intercom Master Panel, the INF-MXP-20 Expansion Panel adds twenty additional multicolor talk/listen lever display keys.
The Infinity Intercom Desktop Station delivers the same functionality and features as the INF-MP-16 but in a compact, attractive, ergonimic desktop format for locations where a rackmount panel is impractical.
The INF-PMP-6 Partyline Master Panel is designed for use in wide a range of diverse applications beyond broadcast, such as theater, live events, touring, rental markets and House of Worship. Broadcasters will also find the PMP-6 an appealing alternative where a full 16-key panel is not required.
Telos Infinity Dashboard is unlike other Intercom system-management tools. By displaying the entire Intercom system as a single page view without the clutter of multiple tabs and embedded menus, the operator can navigate quickly, and within minutes take control to create or manage a working IP Intercom. Much more than a simple configuration tool, Dashboard also manages all hardware and software elements within the system, including software and firmware updates, and monitors network performance and fault logging.
Infinity Link connects remote Infinity systems, bringing local and remote production centers together over IP LAN/WAN and making it easy to share equipment, studios/control rooms, and staff across locations.
The Telos Alliance SDI xNode builds upon the success of the popular Axia® xNode by de-embedding two separate HD/SD-SDI inputs and converting up to 16 channels of audio to the Livewire+/AES67 Audio over IP formats. The audio is available as a Livewire® network source or can be re-embedded into two separate SDI output streams. Compensating video delay for each SDI input ensures audio/video synchronization is maintained.