Pliant Technologies Announces New CrewCom CB2 Wireless Intercom System

by | Jan 27, 2021 | Audio, News, Production

Pliant Technologies has announced the new CrewCom CB2 professional wireless intercom system. The latest member of the CrewCom family, it’s available in both 900 MHz and 2.4 GHz frequency options. It’s also available as 900 MHz Oceania and 2.4 GHz CE compliant models.

The full-duplex system includes the CB2 basestation and up to six CRP-12 two-channel radio packs. This provides two intercom channels as well as interconnectivity to all industry standard two- and four-wire intercom systems.

“Ideal for a wide range of applications and budgets, the new CrewCom CB2 is perfect for customers who are looking for an intercom with more capabilities than our MicroCom products, but do not require roaming or the full feature set of our larger CrewCom system,” says Gary Rosen, Vice President of global sales for Pliant Technologies. “As a member of the CrewCom brand, CrewCom CB2 offers a lower cost per user with the excellent RF and audio quality of the CrewCom system—allowing customers to benefit from the exceptional performance of CrewCom technology, at a lower price point.”

Based on the same RF and audio technologies as Pliant’s original CrewCom system, the CB2 is expandable. Two CB2 basestations can be connected and the audio synced to create one system with up to 12 full-duplex users. Additionally, two separate CB2 systems can be synced to ensure RF performance if they need to be co-located in the same RF area. The CB2 can also sync and be co-located in the same coverage area as an existing CrewCom system.

The new CrewCom CRP-12 radio packs utilize the same batteries as CrewCom. This makes the batteries compatible with its 6+6 Drop-In radio pack and battery charger. The intercom system is also compatible with Pliant’s line of SmartBoom headsets.

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