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The new IR Plus is the industry’s first IR system that combines secure infrared and WaveCast audio over WiFi delivery in a single affordable box.
This scalable infrared system uses Distributed Emitter Array design to accommodate up to 16 emitters with flexible coverage in up to 288,000 square feet (26,750 square meters).
The IR Plus system also features a WaveCAST network output for streaming audio via WiFi when combined with a wireless access point. The WaveCAST WiFi Assistive Listening Output features an iOS or Android app for supporting mobile devices. The WaveCAST WiFi system can also be used with the Williams Sound WF R1 WiFi receiver for those that don’t want to use mobile devices.
The IR Plus features a distributed infrared emitter array architecture allowing up to four emitters either stacked together for large room arrays or distributed throughout the room to accommodate wings in room design, balconies or other obscured venue locations. See example configurations below.
The rack mounted or remotely located IR modulator comes standard with support for up to four IR emitters. Each emitter runs back to the modulator via a Cat-6 cable, providing the audio and power needed to support the remote emitter. Very large room applications can be supported by adding up to four IR modulators to support a total of 16 IR emitters. See example configurations below.
The IR Plus system can be controlled and monitored remotely via an internal webpage, allowing for easy and flexible setup and control. The integrated Ethernet provides easy connection to the building network or a dedicated system-only network.
See example configurations below:
W-IR M1 IR+ Modulator (UK)
W-IR M1D IR+ Modulator with Dante (UK)
W-IR E4 IR+ Emitter
W-IR A4 Emitter Array
W-IR ME1 IR+ System with IR M1 + IR E4 (UK)
W-IR ME1D IR+ System Dante with IR M1 D + IR E4 (UK)
W-IR ME2 IR+ Flex System with IR M1 + 2 x IR E4 (UK)
W-IR ME2D IR+ Flex System Dante with IR M1 D + 2 x IR E4 (UK)
Example 1: single channel
Example 2: 2 channels
Example 3: Room divisions
Example 4: 4 Channels