Analog Communications Solution for Schools

The Bogen Multicom 2000® Administrative Communication System is designed for the needs of schools, and other institutional and industrial facilities. It combines private telephone communication with a full-featured sound and program distribution system, including media control. It also provides master clock control and emergency call features including “911” emergency all-call for increased security and quick response, 911 Dial Through to outside Emergency 911 operators, and Emergency 911 Administrative Alert System indicating the station placing the 911 call. The Multicom 2000 system is microprocessor controlled and fully field-programmable for remarkable versatility and dependability.

The Multicom 2000 system can be supplied as a self-contained, wall-mounted system, or in a vertical rack-mounted configuration. The wall-mounted version can accommodate up to 120 stations in increments of 24. The rack-version can provide up to 240 stations and can include additional amplification and/or Bogen Multi-Graphic system components and available options for increased versatility.

A unique card frame design eliminates external amplification equipment for basic systems. A single microprocessor card controls overall system function. For each 24 stations, a circuit card pair provides signal routing and a 20-watt program amplifier and 12-watt intercom amplifier.

An associated relay module connects each station to the intercom or program bus. The system permits up to 8 simultaneous intercom communications with staff station loudspeakers and 8 unrestricted telephone communications, with simultaneous distribution of program material to stations not involved in a two-way conversation.

The system software supports these basic station types: Staff, consisting of loudspeaker with call-in switch; Enhanced Staff, with a DTMF dialing telephone set and optional loudspeaker; Administrative or Enhanced Administrative, with DTMF dialing display telephone (and optional loudspeaker). Each type of station can be further organized into levels, which determine the ability to perform different system functions. Staff and Enhanced Staff stations can make emergency calls that can activate an emergency link if the call is unanswered.

System functions include 8 programmable administrative zones of paging and 8 time signaling zones. A unique modular program source interface offers a choice of three program sources (microphone, tuner, etc.). The selection of the program source and its distribution to any or all stations or zones is guided by the menu display on a designated administrative telephone. Any station equipped with a keypad dialing phone can turn program material on or off at their location.

Telephonic features include call forwarding, call transfer and conference calling, as well as selective ability to bump or join conversations in progress. Administrative stations can also place calls on hold. A telephone interface option lets you receive and make outside calls on up to 15 incoming lines (stations can be restricted in their ability to make outgoing calls). All system control and programming is accomplished using a telephone keypad. A menu display system on the administrative telephone is provided to guide a procedure. Two special menus, protected by password, set the operating configuration. The setup menu sets the system day and time, stores time signal events, page zone and time zone data. The initialization menu sets system features (bell duration, queue timeout, day/night start, emergency link, password select, architectural number enable, preannounce/confirmation tone enable), and station features (station number, access level, architectural number [3 to 6 digits], day/night administrator, outside line access).

Owners of Multicom 2000 system who wish to upgrade to an IP-based solution can do so by deploying Bogen’s Quantum system. Read more.


  • 24 to 240 station capacity (each station can have a call device, phone, media control and loudspeaker)
  • Three station types: administrative, enhanced staff, or staff
  • Classroom station types 2500 phones or call-in switches
  • Microprocessor controlled, programmable from administrative station or local computer
  • Multiple simultaneous private and amplified voice communications
  • Emergency Link feature reroutes unanswered emergency calls so that there is always an answer
  • Telephonic functions: hold, conference call, call forward, and call transfer
  • Administrative telephones have alphanumeric displays with easy-to-use English language menu-driven setup and operation
  • Built-in program and intercom amplifiers eliminate external equipment
  • Built-in modular program source interface; selected program is easily distributed to any or all speakers or zones from designated administrative phones
  • 8 administrative paging zones, 240 hard-wired zones, 9 time signaling tones, 8 bell schedules, 1024 programmable events
  • Dialing to outside 911 Emergency Services
  • 911 alerts to the Administrative telephone
  • 3, 4, 5 and 6 digit dialing

Multicom 2000 system installed in full size rack

Multicom 2000 Hardware, Appliances and Accessories


Multicom 2000 Administrative Communication Wall-Mounted System Assembly

The wall-mounted version of Bogen’s Multicom 2000 Administrative Communication System, with MCPCA3 Processor Card, is a fully self-contained system consisting of a custom wall mounting enclosure (Model MCBBC) and the component system assembly (Model MCSA). It is designed primarily for smaller installations, where capacity is not expected to exceed 120 stations.


The wall mounting system enclosure (Model MCBBC) is designed to be surface-mounted or semi-recessed 4 inches into a wall. It includes a three-wire outlet and junction box, pre-drilled mounting holes and mounting tabs, ventilation louvers, knockouts (which accept 1″ or 2″ conduit), and a locking front door.

All functional system components are mounted to a metal plate (Model MCMP), which is then installed inside the enclosure.

  • Ideal for smaller facilities, 24 to 120 stations
  • Completely self-contained; surface- or semi-recessed wall-mounted installation
  • Built-in power supplies, fused for protection
  • Tilt mounting card cage for easy access; pre- drilled mounting points for associated relay cards
  • Audio program interface assembly accepts 4 input and control modules
  • 8 administrative zones, 120 hard-wired zones, options for 99 programmable zones, 9 time signaling tones, 8 bell schedules, 1024 program- mable events, 120 low-voltage contacts for control of any type of low-voltage security closure
  • Microprocessor controlled, programmable from administrative station or local computer
  • Secure remote programming and diagnostics from a local computer via LAN/WAN using an optional TCP/IP Serial to Ethernet converter
  • 24″ W x 32″ H x 9″ D, designed to be surface- mounted or recessed-mounted (approximately 4 inches)
  • Dialing to outside 911 Emergency Services
  • 911 alerts to the Administrative telephone
  • 3, 4, 5 and 6 digit dialing


Weight: 3 lbs.(S810QIP ceiling), 3.6 lbs. (WBS810QIP)

Certifications: FCC Class A

Processor Card | MCPCA3

The Multicom 2000® Model MCPCA3 Processor Card is required to operate the system. This card fits in the first slot of the MCRMF or MCMF Card Cage Assembly. The card contains a micro-controller, with internal FLASH storage memory to hold operating software and system configuration data, and internal RAM to hold operating data. The card is responsible for all system control, tone, and display functions. The card also con- tains the crystal-controlled real-time clock (with battery backup), relay driver circuits, external function inputs, audio tone synthesizer, and voltage supervisor circuit with reset function.
  • Contains all system memory
  • RAM Operating data
  • Crystal-controlled clock with battery backup
  • Audio tone synthesizer
  • Tone Level Control
  • External relay drivers
  • Ring/Busy generator
  • UART for enhanced administrative phone functions
  • Dial Tone generator
  • Field Software Upgradable

Dimensions:      10-9/16″ W x 8-1/8 ” H x 5/8 ” D
Power:      MC512A Power Supply (sold separately)

Bogen Commander | MCPCI (version 2.1)

The Bogen Commander provides users with a flexible, easy-to-use software solution for facility database creation and maintenance.


With the Bogen Commander, you can:

  • Design and create Multicom 2000 facility databases, including system, station, and schedule
  • Upload or download database information to and from the Multicom 2000 using a local computer or remote Databases are created and modified offline, then uploaded to the Multicom system.
  • Test Multicom 2000 components, including analog, station and telephone cards, address validity, and Diagnostics are performed while online with the Multicom 2000 via the local or remote connection.

The Bogen Commander enables you to create and configure the databases necessary to control the behavior of the Multicom 2000. Using a personal computer, you configure one or more customer-specific databases, defining facility, station, and schedule details.

  • Provides easy interface and programming via PC for single or multiple facilities
  • Sets building schedules and priorities
  • Includes Windows-based diagnostic / programming software for system testing and for full remote maintenance via RS-232 or TCP/IP network
  • Provides remote system programming


System Requirements




PC with:

  • RS-232 Port
  • CD-Rom Disc Drive
  • Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Windows7



Analog Card | MCACB

The MCACB Analog Card contains a 20-watt program amplifier and a 12-watt intercom amplifier.The program amplifier features low distortion (less than 1%), and a frequency response of +0, -1 dB from 100 Hz to 20 kHz. The intercom amplifier automatically controls the direction of speech VOX circuit without the use of relays. Crosspoint switches handle signal routing. Decoding for the relay driver circuits on the associated MCRC relay card or MCRM relay module card is handled by the MCACB.
  • Provides amplification for one bank of 24 stations
  • Requires an associated relay card or relay module and generally a station card also
  • Provides the signaling for relay control on the MCRM or MCRC
  • Powered by the MC2626B power supply
  • Two   1A Slo-Blo fuses, riding on the +26V and-26V rails
  • Two front edge fuse status LEDs
  • Privacy detection circuitry
  • One 20-watt program amplifier
  • One 12-watt intercom amplifier

Dimensions:      10-9/16″ W x 8-1/8″ H x 1″ D

Weight:     1 lb.

Power:      MC2626B Power Supply (sold separately)

Station Card | MCSC

The Multicom 2000® MCSC Station Card contains four crosspoint switches which route signals between the station circuits and the audio busses. The card provides loop current to the stations, detects off-hook conditions, and routes ring, dial tone and busy signals to the appropriate station telephones. Each station card has two crystal-controlled DTMF receivers and directs the dissemination of display data to administrative phones.

  • Provides the low level switching of signals via the crosspoint switches
  • Off-hook detect circuitry
  • DTMF registers on board
  • Provides loop current for telephones
  • Front edge fuse status LED
  • Transorbs are used to protect against field induced over voltages, such as lightning
  • Optocoupler used to prevent “phantom” calls
  • Fuse protected by one 1A Slo-Blo fuse

Dimensions:      10-9/16″ W x 8-1/8″ H x 5/8″ D
Power:      MC512A Power Supply (sold separately)

Telephone System Interface  | MCTC

The Model MCTC Telephone System Interface is an accessory designed to add up to eight outside tele- phone lines, complete with DISA access features, to the Bogen MULTICOM 2000 System. Up to two MCTC accessories can be installed per system. The accessory consists of two circuit cards and an inter- connecting ribbon cable. The interface card installs easily in one of the slots of the cardframe. The con- nector card has eight modular plugs and uses standard modular telephone cord to connect to any telephone system supplying a 90-volt ring signal and loop detect (such as a PBX station port).


  • Adds up to eight outside telephone lines to MULTICOM 2000 System
  • Interfaces with 90-volt ring loop-start telephone lines
  • Incoming calls ring user-selected day and night administrative telephones
  • Direct Inward System Access capabilities with and without password protection
  • Outgoing calls from any enhanced staff or administrative telephone (programmable access levels)

Universal Ring Adapter Boards | MCRNGM & MCRNGS

The Bogen MCRNGM and MCRNGS models are 24-station adapter boards that permit the MULTICOM 2000 system to work with devices that respond to industry standard ring levels. The MCRNGM is the master board, which contains the actual ring voltage generator, and the MCRNGS is a slave board.

One MCRNGM is required for the entire system with up to 9 Multicom ring slave boards capable of being installed to meet system capacity requirements for analog ring stations. The boards operate from the Multicom power supply. Each of the 24 stations may be independently selected for standard Multicom line operation or for industry standard ring levels depending upon need.

  • Converts Multicom ring to industry standard, 20 Hz ring
  • Independently select standard Multicom line oper- ation or industry standard ring level
  • Designed to accommodate system expansion, up to 10 boards, for a full system of 240 stations
  • Mounts as an extension to the rack-mounted relay module MCRM or MCRRP
  • Draws power from Multicom system power supply (MC512A), no external power source required
  • Mixes industry standard ring and standard Multicom station devices on same board
  • Simple installation and configuration
  • Uses Bogen standard .156 centerline 4-pin IDT connectors
  • No reprogramming of Multicom required
  • All mounting hardware and cables included
  • Utilizes state of the art surface-mount technology


Stations per Board:      24
Ring Voltage:     60V AC (+/- 10V)
Ring Frequency:      20 Hz (nominal)
Ring Cadence:     Approx. 0.6 sec. on/1.5 sec. off
Talk Battery:      +12V DC nominal (supplied by Multicom)
Power Requirements:    12V @ 1.4A (MCRNGM only)
5V @ 400 mA (MCRNGM & MCRNGS)
Operating Temperature:     0-50 C
Maximum Loop Length:     4,000 feet using 18 AWG cable
Max REN/station:      1.0A or 1.0B
H.V. Ring Enable:     Jumper selectable per station
Product Weight:     2 lb.
Shipping Weight:     3 lb.
Dimensions:     16-3/4″ W x 4-3/4″ D

Two-Wire Adapter | MCTWA

The Bogen MCTWA is a two-wire shielded adapter designed to eliminate the need for a third annunciator lead for call-in signaling. When used with Multicom 2000®, the MCTWA allows normal, urgent, and emergency call signaling on two wires.

The MCTWA provides immunity from false call-ins and its common return wiring eliminates the need for isolated speaker shields. Each MCTWA adapter provides 24-station operation.The adapter(s) are easily installed using plug-in centerline connectors. Each adapter is capable of handling up to 10 watts of audio power per channel. Each adapter operates from 24V DC at no more than 2.4 watts.

  • TCP/IP Web server for Quantum Commander pro- gramming over the LAN
  • One 10/100 Ethernet port for network connection allowing system configuration, control, and VoIP communications
  • Second port for direct-to-PC programming access
  • Flash memory allows program upgrades
  • Complete system configuration data held in non- volatile memory on each QSPC1 in system
  • 12 DSP Channels per processor for VoIP audio
  • Crystal-controlled real-time clock with battery backup
  • Automatic Daylight Savings Time correction
  • Audio tone synthesizer
  • External relay drivers
  • Ring/Busy generator
  • Dial Tone generator
  • Media control of VCRs, DVDs, and video-on- demand
  • Dimensions: 17″ W x 5″ H x 1-1/2″


Relay Card | MCRC

One Model MCRC Relay Card is required for every 24 stations. It contains 48 relays and 24 relay-driver circuitry for program/page distribution and 24 relays for intercom dissemination. The card mounts to the MCMP mounting plate and connects to its appropriate station and analog card via the 50-conductor ribbon cable Model MCCA cable assembly.

The MCRC Relay Card is the interface point for all station equipment. Each station port consists of four terminals. Two terminals are for loudspeaker operation. One terminal handles all telephonic communication, display data for administrative phones, and annunciation for call-in switches. The remain- ing terminal is ground and provides a return path for telephonic communication and a shield for intercom return speech.

  • Relay Card for wall (MCRC) installations
  • Provides field wiring terminations of all station types for 24 stations via the four 0.156 centerline connectors per station

Dimensions:      12-1/2″ W x 1-1/4″ H x 4-1/2″ D
Product Weight:           11 oz.

5/12-Volt Power Supply | MC512B

MC512B Power Supply is the main power supply for the Multicom 2000® system. The Model MC512B power supply is a fully regulated, switching power supply providing an output voltage of +5V @ 15.0A, -5V @   0.5A, +12V @ 5.5A, and -12V @ 0.5A. Ripple is less than 20mV p-p on any output. Power consumption is 75W maximum under normal operating conditions with an 120-station system.

An internal 3A fuse protects the power supply.Two 6-position, 0.156 centerline, polarized connectors, and four 4-position polarized output connectors are provided. The power supply gets its power from the three-wire receptacle located in the MCBBC enclosure. It provides an on/off switch for the Multicom 2000 system when installed.


  • +5V @ 15.0A, -5V @ 0.5A, +12V @ 5.5A, -12V @ 0.5A
  • Fully regulated switching supply
  • Ripple is less than 20mV on any output
  • Power consumption is 75W maximum under normal operating conditions with the 120 station system
  • Protected by internal 3.0A fuse
  • Has two 6-position, 0.156 centerline, polarized connectors, and four 4-position polarized output connectors
  • Provides power for all boards and card cage fans
  • Mounts to the MCRMP or MCMP

Dimensions:     5-7/8″ W x 3-3/8″ H x 6-1/2″ D
Product Weight:     4 lb.
Power:     120V AC

26-Volt Power Supply | MC2626B

The Model MC2626B Power Supply is an unregulated, linear power supply providing nominal +26V and   -26V @ 4.0A from 120V AC. Power consumption is 230W maximum.

The power supply is protected by two 4.0A fuses and one 2.5A circuit breaker, which are accessible from the outside of the chassis. One 4-position, 0.156 centerline, polarized output connector is provided.

The unit includes an AC line cord.

  • +26V @ 4.0A, -26V @ 4.0A
  • Unregulated linear power supply
  • Maximum power consumption is 230 watts
  • Protected by two 4A fuses and one 2.5A circuit breaker, all externally accessible
  • One 4-position, 0.156 centerline, polarized output connector
  • One MC2626B required per system, two required if station capacity exceeds 120 stations
  • Mounts to the MCRMP or MCMP

Dimensions:     8″ W x 5-1/2″ H x 4″ L
Weight:     9 lb.
Power:     120V AC

Wall Display Unit | MCWD

The Bogen Model MCWD is a wall display unit for the Bogen Multicom 2000® and Quantum Multicom IP Systems. It duplicates many of the functions of the dis- play panel built into the Model MCDS administrative display telephone.The wall display is designed to be visible from at least 20 feet, making it ideal for use in offices where more than one person may be responsi- ble for staff station call-in.

  • Dimensions: 8-3/16″ H x 8-3/16″ W x 7/8″ D.
  • Mounting: in-wall gang box (such as Steel City Model 2G-1/2 & 3/4), or surface mounted in a Model WDBB back box (adds 1″ to depth)
  • Displays time, active bell schedule, and call-in information
  • Four distinct ring signals for normal, emergency, call-waiting, and outside line calls
  • Adjustable level control
  • Emergency calls take priority and flash “Help”
  • Visible from at least 20 feet

Multicom 2000 Admin Display Phone


  • DTMF dialing, 12-push-button keypad
  • 13 user-programmable, auxiliary function push buttons
  • 4-line x 16 character supertwist LCD display readout with alphanumeric, menu-driven operation
  • Displays up to four incoming calls, each with its priority level: normal, urgent, or emergency
  • Displays up to 8 outside lines and their status: free, ringing, in use, hold
  • Special ring signal and flashing “HELP” for emergency calls
  • Displays and sounds emergency 911 alert
  • Speakerphone for hands-free conversation

Handset volume controlThe Bogen MCDS4 is a 12-push-button DTMF dialing telephone, designed for use as an administrative station in Bogen Multicom 2000® and Quantum Multicom IP Systems. It incorporates a high-contrast supertwist LCD-type display panel, and a unique, easy-to-read menu-driven display system to provide rapid, efficient, and reliable control over the systemʼs paging, intercom, or signal distribution features. (The specific features available to any station are assigned from the systemʼs “central administrator” station.) A built-in speaker- phone feature provides hands-free conversation. A handset volume control allows volume adjustment.



Audible Signals:    5 ringing signals – call alert, normal, urgent, emergency call, incoming outside line call (requires MCTCA card)

Dialing:    DTMF-dialing “touch tone” telephone keypad

Auxiliary Dialing Functions:  10 fixed function, 3 programmable keys

Outside Line Capability:   8 lines (requires MCTCA card)

Interconnections:   Via junction box. Twisted-pair required for telephonic communication; optional outside line status feature requires additional twisted-pair.

Digital Display: 4-line x 16 character LCD. Display shows time, current time-signal schedule, station numbers/priority of calls, outside line status, and system operating menu routines.

Construction:    Molded ABS; gray finish

Dimensions:    7-5/8″ X 8-7/8″ desk or wall-space required

Product Weight:   3 lb.

Power Supply:    Supplied; 120V AC, 60 Hz, 5W input; 12V DC, 300mA output




Staff Phones | MCESS and MCWESS

Bogen Models MCESS and MCWESS are 12 push-button dialing telephones that permit rapid, efficient, and reliable control over the functions available to enhanced staff stations in Bogen Multicom 2000® and Quantum Multicom IP Systems .

The MCESS is designed to be placed on a desktop and requires 5-1/2″ W x 9″ D of desk space. A modular cord and junction box are included for connection to the system.

The MCWESS is designed for wall-mounted installation and requires 4″ W x 9″ H of wall space. It is equipped with a wall-mounting plate that includes a modular jack.The wall plate fits a standard single-gang box.

  • DTMF dialing, 12 push-button keypad
  • Constructed of high-impact ABS and finished in a permanent beige color
  • Simple 2-wire connection
  • Wall-mount model MCWESS, Desk-mount model MCESS
  • Handsets are equipped with a dynamic receiver and carbon transmitter
  • A coil cord, terminated with standard modular plugs, is used to connect the handset to the base
  • Both models are equipped with a piezoelectric ringer

Audible Signal:      Piezoelectric ringer element
Dialing:      Telephone Keypad, DTMF dialing
Ring Voltage:      12V DC square wave
Outside Line Capability:     Requires MCTC option
Construction:      High-impact molded ABS in a permanent beige color
Handset:      Dynamic receiver, carbon transmitter


MCESS –      5-1/2″ W x 9″ D desk space required Includes surface-mounting junction box
MCWESS –     4″ W x 9″ H wall space required
Includes wall mounting plate with modular jack
Interconnections: 2-wire connection required for telephonic communication; shielded pair plus one conductor

Call-in Switch | CA15C

The Bogen CA-Series Call-In Switches are attractive, functional units for call-in from classrooms or other staff locations to Bogen’s PI35A and SI35A Intercom Systems, Multi-Graphic© Series 115B, 2223, and 2233 Institutional/School Communication Systems, and Multicom 2000® Administrative Communication Systems.

  • Flush or surface mounted in standard single-gang outlet boxes
  • Heavy-duty long-life switches
  • Color-coded connecting leads
  • Brushed aluminum faceplate
  • Mounting screws included

  • Designed for use with Multicom 2000 system staff stations
  • Provides momentary press-to-call functioning
  • Can be used to initiate both “normal calls” and “emergency calls”



Call-in Switch | CA19

The Bogen CA-Series Call-In Switches are attractive, functional units for call-in from classrooms or other staff locations to Bogen’s PI35A and SI35A Intercom Systems, Multi-Graphic© Series 115B, 2223, and 2233 Institutional/School Communication Systems, and Multicom 2000® Administrative Communication Systems.

  • Flush or surface mounted in standard single-gang outlet boxes
  • Heavy-duty long-life switches
  • Color-coded connecting leads
  • Brushed aluminum faceplate
  • Mounting screws included

  • Designed for use in Multicom 2000 systems (does not incorporate SCR circuitry)
  • Provides press-to-call function at enhanced staff stations that are equipped with the MCESS or MCWESS telephone sets
  • Contact Bogen’s Application Engineering Department for CA19 supportive software



Call-in Switch | CA21B

The Bogen CA-Series Call-In Switches are attractive, functional units for call-in from classrooms or other staff locations to Bogen’s PI35A and SI35A Intercom Systems, Multi-Graphic© Series 115B, 2223, and 2233 Institutional/School Communication Systems, and Multicom 2000® Administrative Communication Systems.

  • Flush or surface mounted in standard single-gang outlet boxes
  • Heavy-duty long-life switches
  • Color-coded connecting leads
  • Brushed aluminum faceplate
  • Mounting screws included

  • Designed for use in Multicom 2000 systems (does not incorporate SCR circuitry)
  • Provides press-to-call function at enhanced staff stations that are equipped with the MCESS or MCWESS telephone sets
  • Contact Bogen’s Application Engineering Department for CA19 supportive software



Call-in Switch Spec Sheet






Telemedia Controller  | TMC4

The Bogen TMC4 Telemedia Controller is a programmable universal media source controller capable of learning and reproducing the infrared commands for consumer audio-visual products. Each TMC4 can simultaneously control up to four different media source devices from standard DTMF telephones. The controller can be accessed through the Multicom 2000® system or from various telephone switches.

The TMC4 decodes the touch-tone signal from a telephone and transmits an infrared control signal to the media source via a small transmitter that is mounted over the device’s infrared receiver. Any function that is available through the media source’s remote control feature can be learned and assigned to a button on a telephone.

When used with Multicom 2000 systems, the TMC4 provides additional features such as: reserving VCRs, quick reconnect code, menu-driven access, and current user identification.

  • Provides control of remote media sources directly from the classroom
  • Learns infrared codes for consumer VCRs, laser disc players, cable boxes,
  • Controls up to four devices per controller; up to16 media stations per Multicom 2000 system
  • Compatible with Multicom 2000 systems and many telephone switches
  • Confirmation tone for valid entries; error tone for invalid entries

Telemedia Remote Controller  | TMRC & TMRCT

The Bogen TMRC interface module allows for control of remotely located media equipment using a handheld remote controller (Model TMRCT). The module is designed to work in conjunction with the Multicom 2000® system and Model TMC4 Telemedia Controller. The TMRC module will provide for control of different brands of equipment utilizing one remote control. It lets you keep media equipment at one centralized location for efficiency and security while providing staff with full control of the media equipment assigned to them. The TMRC is capable of receiving and sending DTMF codes and provides optional AC functions for turning television monitors on or off at specific times.

The Bogen TMRCT is a handheld infrared transmitter designed to facilitate control of remotely located media sources. The TMRCT works in conjunction with the Bogen TMRC and the Bogen TMC4 to provide this capability.

With the Bogen TMRCT, the user maintains full control of remote media sources from anywhere within range of the TMRC interface module. In addition to controlling the media source, the system includes an optional switched AC function permitting remote control over on/off switching of a television monitor.

  • Connects directly to existing Multicom 2000 station telephone wiring
  • Facilitates remote infrared control of remotely located media sources
  • Capable of turning the local video monitor on/off
  • Allows the Multicom 2000, via pre-programmed events, to turn the video monitors on/off at specified times
  • Facilitates a user-accessible local on/off switch


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