The OnQ legrand IC1002-BK inQuire Intercom Module and Main Console are the central components of the Cat 5 Intercom System. The Intercom Module is typically installed in the OnQ enclosure and is considered the "brains" of the system. All Room Units, Door and Patio Units and the Main Console Unit are connected directly to the Intercom Module via "home run" style Cat 5e cabling. The Intercom Module also supplies power to the entire inQuire Intercom System. In addition to providing the same basic intercom features found with Room Units, the Main Console Unit also includes a bank of status LEDs which show, at a glance, Room Units that are talking, muted, or in monitor mode. It also includes a dedicated door release button (functional when an electronic door release device is installed), and a talk hands free button, which allows users of Room Units to talk without having to push their "talk" buttons.
The inQuire Intercom Module and Main Console Unit are the central components of the inQuire Intercom System, which will support up to 12 indoor locations, up to three door locations, and one main location. Each indoor location requires a Room Unit; each door to be connected requires a Door Unit (units sold separately). Connect a Door Chime to the Intercom Module, and its three different tones will allow you to differentiate among doorbells from each of the Door Modules connected to your system.
In addition to standard system features like Talk, Door, and volume control, the 3-gang Main Console Unit features LED status indicators, which show such system activity as mute, monitor, or in-use. Additional features include a dedicated door-release button and a dedicated talk hands-free button. The Main Console Unit is installed in a standard 3-gang box and is trimmed out with a standard 3-gang decora wall plate.
The inQuire Intercom Systems require an external 12-Volt 2.5-Amp Power Supply.