Telex MS2002 - 2 Channel Main Station

Telex MS2002 - 2 Channel Main Station for Wired Intercom System

Telex MS2002 - 2 Channel Main Station for Wired Intercom System

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Telex MS2002 - 2 Channel Main Station

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The Telex MS2002 is a professional 2 channel, wired, intercom master station and system power supply, with both 1- and 2-channel rear panel connector sets, dedicated back-lit function buttons, separate speaker and panel microphone volume controls, selectable voice activation controls, and outputs for connection to a location PA system.

2-Channel Main Station and system power supply in single unit with separate 1-channel and 2-channel connector sets; no breakout box required
Headset or built-in speaker monitoring with separate speaker volume control
Dedicated Voice Activation Microphone(VOX) control set adjusts levels for headset and panel microphone inputs
PA output with dedicated selector key for intercom announcements over PA system
Back lit keys for improved visibility in low or poor lighting environments
Incoming, flashing Call Light indicators with assignable beep tone
Mic Kill key turns off all microphones on channel, clears channel
Separate line level audio source connection for monitoring or intercom channel routing with assignable channel interrupt when operator is speaking
Stereo monitoring available with connectors to powered speakers for independent left/right listening to Channel 1 and Channel 2
Universal 100-240 Volt power supply
UPC: 800549427500
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Telex MS2002 - 2 Channel Main Station for Wired Intercom System
  • Power Cable
  • 1 Year Warranty
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    Output Connectors 2 x 6-Pin XLR Male
    2 x 3-Pin XLR Male
    2 x RCA Phono
    Input Connectors Front Panel:
    4-Pin XLR Male
    1/4" TRS Phone
    Rear Panel:
    2 x 3-Pin XLR Female
    1 x 9-Pin Female D-Sub
    Output Level Program Out(to Intercom Channel):
    1.0 Vrms nominal, 2.3 Vrms maximum
    Intercom Channels(Balanced Mode):
    1.0 Vrms nominal
    Intercom Channels(Unbalanced Mode):
    .750 Vrms +/-10%
    PA Output:
    235 mVrms nominal
    Speaker Output:
    0 dB nominal(1.0 Vrms maximum)
    Headphone Amplifier: 250 mW +/-10% into 150 Ohms
    65 mW +/-10% into 600 Ohms
    Input Level Program Input:
    100 mV maximum
    Panel Microphone Input:
    -25 dBu maximum
    Input Impedance 300 Ohms(Balanced Intercom Channels)
    200 Ohms(Unbalanced Intercom Channels)
    Frequency Response 200 Hz - 8 kHz +1/-3 dB
    THD + N <0.2% @ 200 mW(Headphone Amplifier)
    <0.2% @ Channel Output(Microphone Amplifier)
    Minimum Common Mode Rejection >50 dB
    Voltage Gain Program Input: 25 +/-3 dB
    Headphone Amplifier: 30 +/-3 dB
    Panel Microphone Amplifier:
    Mic to Channel: 25 +/-3 dB
    Mic to Headphone(adjustable): 45 dB +/-10% maximum in 150 Ohms
    Mic to PA: 15 +/-3 dB, 235 mVrms +/-10%
    Voltage Output 24 VDC
    Call Signaling Intercom Channels Balanced Mode:
    Send: 20 kHz +/-100 Hz, 0.5 Vrms +/-10%
    Receive: 20 kHz +/-800 Hz, 100 mVrms
    Intercom Channels Unbalanced Mode:
    Send: 11 +/-3 VDC
    Receive: 4 VDC Min.
    Sidetone 18 +/-2 dB, adjustable(Headphone Amplifier)
    -40 dB, 35 dB adjustable range(Intercom Channels, Balanced Mode)
    Microphone Type Electret Condenser
    Microphone Input 1/4" TRS Phone
    Phantom Power 5-24 VDC
    Headset Connector 4-Pin XLR Male
    Maximum Current Capacity Not specified by Manufacturer
    Maximum # of Belt Packs Not Applicable
    Input Power Requirement 100-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
    Channel Power: 24 VDC Nominal
    Power Adapter No
    Dimensions 1.75 x 19 x 10.31" (44.5 x 483 x 261.9mm)
    Weight 4.5 lb (2 kg)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 9.35 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 20.0 x 20.0 x 4.5"

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