The Executive Elite 8 Channel Wireless System with 6 Directional Microphones & 2 Wearable Microphones from Revolabs is comprised of a 1RU DSP base, an antenna receiver, 6 directional microphones, and 2 wearable microphones. The system offers both local and remote "cloud-based" management of up to 8 wireless microphones per unit, and several systems can be linked together to support 44 microphones or more in Maximum Density mode. The Executive Elite features a remote antenna receiver unit which is separate from the Executive Elite base digital signal processing (DSP) unit. The remote antenna receiver and base DSP units are connected via a standard CAT5e or CAT6 cable which support Power over Ethernet (PoE) and enable simplified installations.
The included remote antenna receiver unit can be ceiling or wall mounted and can be placed in the room where the wireless microphones are located, regardless of the location of the receiver base DSP unit. The Revolabs Wireless Microphone System supports up to 8 microphones and employs Revolabs OTA technology which enables receivers in relative proximity to one another to synchronize automatically, thus allowing deployments of multiple Revolabs Executive Elite receivers to optimize usage of the available audio channels. The included directional tabletop and wearable microphones are designed for audio and video conferencing.
Executive Elite microphones include RF Armor technology, which enables operation even when in direct proximity to mobile phones, smartphones, or other wireless devices known to cause unwanted audio interference. In addition, Revolabs Wireless Microphone Systems communicate within the 1.9 GHz band, making the equipment resistant to interference from TV, radio, and RF traffic.
The tabletop microphones utilize standard AA nickel metal hydride (NiMH) rechargeable batteries. The wearable microphone uses a sealed lithium ion battery. The talk times for the different microphones are as follows: 20 hours for the tabletop microphone and 8 hours for the wearable microphone. Both microphones have a standby time of up to 72 hours. The average charge time for the microphones is approximately 6 hours.
Revolabs Executive Elite offers both local and remote "cloud-based" system management. The base DSP unit's display provides administrators with information on microphone status, audio and radio signal strength, and system performance. The local web-based interface also allows you to manage the system locally by connecting a laptop or tablet directly to the base DSP unit via a USB cable. The enhanced integration capabilities supporting third party room control systems enable management of the audio behavior in the room from a single console.