Telecor eSeries Ethernet-Based Emergency Communication System

The simplicity of Telecor’s design means eSeries does not require any network configuration or administration, eliminating IP address and DHCP server requirements.

The simplicity of Telecor’s design means eSeries does not require any network configuration or administration, eliminating IP address and DHCP server requirements.

What is eSeries

Telecor’s eSeries provides your facility a network Ethernet based communications solution for intercom, paging, clock synchronization, time tone signaling, emergency messaging and even integrates to the facilities IP phone system, all on your existing IT infrastructure.

  • Flexible
  • No Head-End
  • Cost Effective
  • Easy Installation
  • Simple Expansion
  • No DHCP Server Required
  • No Central Point of Failure

Introducing the future of facility emergency communication

The Telecor eSeries uses ethernet technology, passing power, along with data, over a facilities Ethernet network, ensuring simplified network planning and easy installation.

Network & Connectivity

High definition audio ensures crystal clear voice communications and outstanding music broadcast quality. Peer-to-peer technology provides practically an unlimited number of speech channels with unrestricted access to any device on the system.

Crystal clear HD Audio™ speech quality

  • Frequency range from 50 Hz to 7 kHz
  • Uses only 256 kbps of bandwidth per Intercom Call or 128 kbps per Page
  • Better Intelligibility then many digital paging systems

Extremely Low Latency

  • Low-latency Audio typically <0.1 of a second
  • Exceptional Performance during Paging, Intercom and Live Audio Playback


    Extremely Fast all station Audio Connect Times

    • Typically an All Call to 500 stations is connected in 0.01 of a second

    Non-blocking audio between stations and consoles via LAN

    • Each Audio Communication automatically assign it’s own Independent Audio “Channel”
    • Due to low bandwidth requirements, a typical network can support hundreds of channels at the same time
    • Non-Blocking Audio virtually eliminates unnecessary busy signals

    Dynamically Divisable

    No Single Point of Failure

    • System automatically re-configures itself to work with available devices
    • If the primary, secondary, and backup call-in destination of an eStation is unreachable, the eStation will seek out a valid call destination
    • e300 eConsoles are favored over 2 and 3 Button eStations
    • eStation will still flash its status LED and sound an error tone once an hour to indicate loss of pre-programmed destination

    For example:

    • Classroom device programmed to call eConsole 1
    • Network becomes subdivided due to a failure
    • Classroom looks for the next available device; in this example, this is eConsole 2
    • If eConsole 2 fails, classroom looks for the next available device again; in this example, this is the 2 Button eStation


    Master Station- e300 Console

    • Used to initiate pages, audio program distribution or easily establish 2 way voice intercom with any classroom.
    • 2 Line 20 Character Backlit LCD screen display incoming and outgoing call information
    • Private or hands free communication available
    • Feature keys allow user to scroll through a list of calls, select a paging zone or select a source for audio distribution to a selected area.
    • Forward & Transfer calls to other eConsoles
    • Create a Selected Rooms Group on the fly
    • Control Keys with Status Lights
    • Can access up to 4 different Program Sources, 16 different Digital Audio files and 16 Tones
    • Last Call Dialed and other features for Easy Operation.
    • Paging Microphone Connection (MCC-PM-MA)
    • Connects directly to an Ethernet PoE switch port

    MCC-PM-MA Microphone for e300 Console

    • Rugged Construction
    • Minimum Footprint on the Desktop
    • Operates in Conjunction with a e300 Console
    • PTT & Cancel Buttons with LEDs
    • Digital Volume Control
    • One Button Forward with LED
    • One Button Zone Page
    • Highly Visible Ring LED On Microphone
      • Flashes On Call-In
      • Ring LED Is On When Microphone Is Live
    • Headset Button With LED & 2.5mm Jack
    • ¼” Footswitch Jack