Taiden Taiden Simultane Sistemi TAIDEN HCS-5100 T/25 TAIDEN HCS-5100 T/25 Digital IR radiator (25W)XML
Taiden Taiden Simultane Sistemi TAIDEN HCS-5100 T/25 TAIDEN HCS-5100 T/25 Digital IR radiator (25W)XML

TAIDEN HCS-5100 T/25 Digital IR radiator (25W)

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After the launch of the HCS-4100/20 Fully Digital Conference System, TAIDEN has now enhanced its existing product lines with the HCS-5100 Digital Infrared Language Distribution System. This system adopts TAIDEN independent intellectual property chipset and is compliant to international standard for digital IR systems, providing superb sound quality. HCS-5100 system also features complete language name display, 270° super wide reception angle and transmitter combination mode, making it the world's most advanced IR language distribution system.
Interpretations will always arrive in perfect condition, as the digital infrared language distribution system integrates seamlessly TAIDEN HCS-4100/50 Fully Digital Congress system and interpreter unit.


  • Compliant to IEC 61603-7 and IEC 60914
  • Compatible with any other IR system compliant to IEC 61603-7
  • Capable of distributing a maximum of 4, 8, 16 or 32 audio channels
  • Immune to interference from HF-driven lighting
  • Flexible configuration of channels and channel quality modes
  • LCD receiver display shows channel number and complete language name
  • Automatic synchronization: number of available channels is the same as number of channels in use by the system
  • 270° super wide reception angle
  • Works without errors, even in bright sunlight
  • Combination mode
  • Bypass mode, used for signal distribution to multiple rooms
  • Delay compensation for cable transmission
  • Audio frequency response: 20 Hz ~ 20 kHz (perfect mode),weighted S/N >80 dBA
  • Freedom of movement within the range of IR power radiator
  • Conference privacy is guaranteed as infrared signals do not pass through opaque walls or ceilings
  • The infrared communication frees users from worries about eavesdropping and radio interference inherent to radio wave-based wireless communications
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