VOKOVER FIBER | Remote team communication through optical fiber

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VOKOVER FIBER offers a complete end-to-end audio system for fixed or temporary team communication.

 

It allows connecting operators equipped with VOKKERO GUARDIAN radio terminals either to a supervisor or another team of operators.

It relies on an already-installed or to-be-deployed optical fiber line to transmit audio between both ends.

 

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Key benefits

  • VOKOVERIP 4

    Ruggedized and easy-to-carry worksite radio gateway case

  • VOKOVERFIB

    Audio supervision of a worksite from a remote supervision desk

  • VOKOVERFIB 2

    Audio link between two distant teams of operators

  • VOKOVERFIB 3

    Well-crafted for temporary or fixed installation

  • VOKOVERFIB 4

    Audio transmitted from operators to supervisor via optical fiber

  • VOKOVERFIB 5

    Up to 5000m distance with singlemode fiber...

  • VOKOVERFIB 7

    ... or affordable deployment with multimode fiber

  • VOKOVERFIB 6

    Solid and field-proven analog talkback panel for supervisor

Case content

  • 1 worksite 2U gateway case (optical fiber ready)
  • 1 GUARDIAN WIRELESS INTERFACE embedded into the gateway case
  • 1 optical fiber encoder/decoder embedded into the gateway case
  • 1 supervisor talkback panel as an option

Technical Specifications

Worksite gateway case

  • Tension: 220Vac nom.
  • Maximum consumption: 16A
  • Operating temperature: -0°C / +40°C
  • Dimensions: 60.9 x 56.9 x 15.7 cm
  • Weight: 8 kg
  • Use: Indoor

 

Supervisor talkback panel

  • Internal switch mode power supply (100 to 250 VAC)
  • Size: 190 x 98 x 180 mm
  • Single 4 wire circuit
  • Program audio input
  • Front panel or external Mic with gain control
  • Compressor/ limiter circuit for mic
  • Lever key for mic operation
  • Relay output when mic live
  • 4 wire & program inputs transformer balanced
  • 4 wire & program Inputs have gain controls
  • Front panel Loudspeaker
  • Headphone Jack (breaks LS)
  • Overall LS/ Headphone volume control
  • Audio connections on rear panel XLRs