Busy areas with loud background noise – railway stations or airports, for example – can be quite a challenge already for normal-hearing people. For persons with hearing impairments, the mixture of sounds and noises in public places can create acoustic barriers that make conversations or hearing important announcements impossible.
An easy solution to the problem is Commend’s specially developed line of induction loop amplifiers for barrier-free communication. They can transmit any sound signal over the Intercom system directly to hearing aids for clear reception across any sound barriers. For wearers of hearing aids this means optimum intelligibility in high Commend speech quality in any situation, from talking with the person at the ticket counter to catching passenger announcements at the airport or railway station.
Application environments: Railway stations, airports, customer service desks, ticket vending machines, help points, doors and gates, shutters and barriers, and many more
AFIL / AFILEB: Induction loop amplifier for integration into virtually any architectural environment; complete with casing (AFIL) or as add-on module (AFILEB)
WSEBIL: Add-on module for flexible integration into Series WS Intercom stations; includes fully integrated induction loop system
WSIL 50P / WSIL 50V: Fully integrated induction loop system with casing in stylish yet robust Series WS design (suitable e. g. for installation next to Intercom stations or as stand-alone device)
- All modules essentially compliant with IEC 60118-4 standard
- Designed for use in a variety of possible environments
- Automatic Gain Control (AGC) and Metal Loss Correction (MLC) for easy start-up and error-free operation
- Fully compatible with virtually all Commend Intercom stations/modules and third-party audio sources
- Optimised for low energy consumption
Commend develops and manufactures Security and Communication systems for protection of people, buildings and values. The Commend International GmbH was founded in 1971 and is one of the world’s largest providers of Intercom Systems.
Currently about 150 employees are stationed in the headquarters in Salzburg; in the international partner network about 350 people are working together. The annual turnover 2012 was about €55 Mill., export rate 95%.