RDM D2475 Station Selector with Goose-neck Microphone
If you are looking for an efficient and reliable way to communicate with your customers and staff at your service station, you might want to consider the RDM D2475 Station Selector with goose-neck microphone. This product is designed to work with the 3M Signature and Performance Series intercom systems, which are widely used in the petroleum industry. In this blog post, we will explain what the RDM D2475 Station Selector is, what features it has, and how it works in a basic intercom system.
What is the RDM D2475 Station Selector?
The RDM D2475 Station Selector is a small countertop unit that allows you to select up to eight different speakers or call stations at your service station. It comes with a gooseneck microphone that lets you speak clearly and hands-free to your customers or staff. The station selector has an LED display that shows you which speaker or call station is active, and buttons that let you switch between them easily. The station selector also has volume control knobs that let you adjust the sound level of your microphone and speakers.
What features does the RDM D2475 Station Selector have?
The RDM D2475 Station Selector has several features that make it convenient and user-friendly. Some of these features are:
- Compatible with wired intercom systems: The station selector can work with both 3M Signature Series and 3M Performance Series intercom systems, which are popular choices for service stations. These systems use wires to connect the speakers, call stations, controllers, power supplies, and station selectors.
- Small footprint: The station selector measures only 8 inches wide by 6 inches deep by 2 inches high (20 cm x 15 cm x 5 cm), so it does not take up much space on your counter-top.
- Goose-neck microphone: The station selector comes with a 16-inch (40 cm) goose-neck microphone that lets you speak comfortably without holding anything. The microphone has a flexible neck that lets you adjust its position and angle according to your preference.
- LED display: The station selector has an LED display that shows you which speaker or call station is active at any given time. The display also indicates if there is an incoming call from any of the speakers or call stations.
- Selection buttons: The station selector has eight buttons that let you select any of the speakers or call stations connected to your intercom system. You can press one button to activate one speaker or call station, or press multiple buttons simultaneously to activate more than one speaker or call station at once.
- Volume control knobs: The station selector has two knobs that let you adjust the volume of your microphone and speakers separately. You can turn them clockwise or counterclockwise to increase or decrease the sound level according to your needs.
How does the RDM D2475 Station Selector work in a basic intercom system?
The RDM D2475 Station Selector works as part of an intercom system that consists of several components:
- Speakers: These are devices that produce sound from your voice or other audio sources. They are usually installed at different locations around your service station, such as outside at the pumps, inside at the cashier counter, or in other areas where customers or staff may need assistance.
- Call stations: These are devices that allow customers or staff to initiate communication with you by pressing a button. They are usually installed near each speaker location so that they can be easily accessed by anyone who needs help.
- Controller: This is a device that controls how audio signals are transmitted between different components of your intercom system. It determines which speaker or call station is active when someone speaks into their microphone or presses their button. It also regulates how loud each speaker sounds depending on its distance from
- Power supply: This is a device that provides electrical power to all components of your intercom system. It converts AC voltage from an outlet into DC voltage suitable for each component's operation.
- Station selector: This is where you come in as an operator of your intercom system. You use this device to select which speaker or call station you want to communicate with by pressing its corresponding button on your unit.