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Pliant Technologies announces CrewCom v1.14 update

Pliant Technologies announces CrewCom v1.14 update

Pliant Technologies announces CrewCom v1.14 update

A v1.14 CrewCom firmware and software upgrade includes support of two additional hardware devices, several new features and key improvements to CrewWare control software to “strengthen the user experience”.

With the v1.14 firmware update, CrewCom now supports the addition of the new IP-rated lineup of Radio Transceivers (RTs), and the current CrewCom CRP-12 series of Radio Packs (RPs). CrewWare v1.14 includes a unique UI display in the system diagram of CrewWare that automatically detects the new IP-rated RT hardware and shows when it is in use, as well as the indication of corresponding new model numbers in the detail and device list views.

Specifically for the CRP-12 RPs (previously available only for the CB2 system), the release also adds dual listen/single talk functionality, giving users the ability to simultaneously listen to two pre-selected conferences on a single volume beltpack while also allowing them to talk on either one of those conferences. Software UI additions and modifications have also been made to display the new RP support as well as to indicate dual listen/single talk capabilities.

Using the new Ping Function feature, users can activate, from within the software, a device location function called Ping on both the RTs as well as the RPs. For the RT, when activating ping, both the top ping light and the mode LED on the bottom of the transceiver will blink to facilitate the location of a specific device. For the RP, when activated, ping will cause the backlight of the LCD display (or LEDs in the case of the CRP-12) to blink until deactivated by the operator. In order to facilitate the location of a specific RP or RT, ping indications remain latched on until the device has been found and the operator manually disables the function.

Additionally, the CrewWare system’s display of the RT now has the added ability to quickly see the status of each individual device’s antenna selection. It will now graphically indicate if it is in dual (two antennas) or single (left or right) modes.

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