Contact us for quotes on specific systems  
Phone: 888-526-1200
E-mail: info@rollcallpro.com
Current Works, Inc. 1395 Horizon Drive  Johnsburg, IL - 60051
RollCall-Audio
Contact us for quotes on specific systems  
Phone: 888-526-1200
E-mail: info@rollcallpro.com
Current Works, Inc. 1395 Horizon Drive  Johnsburg, IL - 60051
RollCall-Audio System Components and Specifications
Desktop Gooseneck Microphones:
   
•  Tabletop 17" Gooseneck Microphones with Standard XLR male socket output
    •  Microphone Power Source: 9 Volt Battery or A/C Power Adapter
    •  Microphone Dimensions: 17'" X 4.9'" X 5.9'"
    •  Microphones are ROHS Certified
Wireless RF Microphone Control System:
    •
  Computer-Based RCA Control Software
    •  Touch-Screen Microphone Icons
            - Represent Each Mic in System
            - Arranged from Chairís Perspective
            - Labeled with Userís Names
            - Icon Color Indicates Status of Mic
                 Off, On, Request-to-Speak
    •  Display Screen lists Microphone Active and Request-to-Speak queue
    •  RF Receiver accepts R-T-S input from Member keypads
    •  RF Transmitter Commands Microphones On/Off
    •  RF Operating Frequency:418MHz (both Receiver & Transmitter
    •  Operation Range: 100 Feet
    •  Transmitter Powered by Computer USB
    •  Proprietary RollCall-Audio Control Software
Request-to-Speak Member Input:
    •
  Wireless Keypad input to Control Console
    •  Operating Frequency: 418MHz
    •  Operation Range: 100 Feet
    •  Keypads for RTS Power: 9 Volt Battery
    •  Proprietary RollCall-Audio Control Software
Transmission of Audio Sound
Transmission of the voice signals from the desktop microphones through the audio system (mixers, amplifier, speakers) is customized for each installation,
depending on what kind of audio system is required.

Options may include:
    •  Using existing wired connections from Member's desks to the audio room
    •  Using wireless Revolabs XLR high definition digital audio transmitters from
        the desktop microphones to the matching digital Revolabs Receivers in the audio room. 
    •  Using semi-wireless mini-mixers with Revolabs digital audio technology
    •  Using existing audio system components (mixers, amplifier, speakers) where possible
        and replacing components with new equipment, where necessary.
The Wireless Legislative Microphone Control System