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HME Introduces CL200 Call Light Actuator to Complement Features of WS200 Wireless Speaker Station

cl200_ws200_color_bg.jpgSAN DIEGO — HME recently announced the release of its innovative WS200 Wireless Speaker Station – the industry’s only wireless speaker station with full-duplex, two-way communication capability. HME now introduces the CL200 Call Light Actuator, a practical complement to the WS200, providing added functionality.

The convenient CL200 Call Light Actuator can be used to send and receive “CALL? signals from any two-wire intercom or directly from the CL200’s “CALL? button. Trigger the audio and/or “CALL? light on the WS200 to alert your crew to action.

The ground-breaking WS200 Wireless Speaker Station is designed for use with HME’s DX Series of digital wireless intercoms. The CL200 is intended for use with the WS200 when it is used with a BS200 Base Station. The portable speaker station does not need to be hardwired to a master station, and is designed to easily pick up and transport to any position requiring “speaker box? or “biscuit box? communication. The WS200 features a built-in speaker and microphone, visual and audible call signaling with the CL200 Actuator, and a headset jack for added versatility. It operates on six 1.5V AA batteries, 12-14 VDC, or 100-240 VAC.

For more information about the WS200 Wireless Speaker Station, CL200 Call Light Actuator, and other HME products, call 1-800-848-4468 in the U.S. or 1-858-535-6060 internationally. Log on to www.hme.com.
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About HME
Founded in 1971, HM Electronics, Inc. (HME) is a leading provider of customer-focused solutions to enhance the performance and productivity of businesses worldwide. Our groundbreaking products, passion for excellence, and commitment to service have earned us the distinction of being the leader in wireless technologies for the professional audio and communications marketplaces. HME is a privately held company headquartered in Poway, CA, with products in use in over 87 countries.

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PR Contacts:
Connie Clark
HME Marketing Communications
Phone 1-858-535-6054, E-Mail cclark@hme.com

Rick Molina
HME Pro Audio Product Manager
Phone 1-858-535-6104, E-Mail rmolina@hme.com

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