Making sure the message is loud and clear is one thing, but getting the audience on the same wavelength is another.
That’s why you want participants to capture every detail of the meeting in their native language. But working with dozens of languages and distributing the interpretation to each participant in a secure, reliable, and flexible way is often a challenge.
Televic’s Lingua Infrared was developed to allow every participant to enjoy the speaker’s message at his or her fingertips, with comfort and clarity. Installers enjoy an easy and flexible way to setup the system, and IT managers don’t need to worry about any interference with the network.
The Lingua Transmitter is the heart of the infrared system and handles all audio communication.
It complies with IEC 61603-7 and IEC 60914 standards, allowing you to combine it with other standards-compliant equipment.
Since the Lingua Transmitter uses Dante networked audio, you enjoy full digital sound from source to receiver. Additional channels can provide music during the breaks and an emergency mode can even broadcast an alarm signal.
Upgrading is easy: just purchase a license (Lingua L12 or L40) to expand from 6 to 12, or even 40 channels.
Setting up an infrared radiator can be a hassle, but not with Lingua Infrared.
For starter, the Lingua Radiator weighs considerably less than typical IR radiators. This makes transport and installation much easier. Secondly, a patented ADLC systems takes the hassle out of complex calculations to avoid dead spots.
Mounting a radiator is also easy with the VESA 100-mount, and a safety eye ensures the radiator is secured under all circumstances.
Finally, it’s the little things: the Lingua Radiator’s main LED can be turned off to achieve a clean look in dark rooms.
Distinctive, sleek, and minimalist: the Lingua Infrared Receiver gives every listener up to 40 interpretation channels at his or her fingertips.
The green battery technology is better for the environment and lasts for extended meetings (up to 20 hours). The Lingua Receiver conforms to all infrared standards (IEC 61603-7 and IEC 60914) to ensure compatibility with all systems.
The OLED display shows volume and interpretation channels codes. The channel names can even be defined freely in the web server. A clip at the back of the receiver easily attaches it to a shirt or jacket pocket.