Confidea®wireless conference room microphone system - now the
3rd generation - features a
powerful combination of technologies, developed by Televic
engineers with years of experience in the development of highly
reliable wireless conference systems.
This 3rd Generation Confidea wireless conference room mic. system has been developed from the
ground-up, building on the experience of the previous generations
and making use of state-of-the-art Quad-Band wireless
technologies, fault-tolerant error
correcting protocols and advancedencryption algorithms.
With systems operational in over 60 countries,
Confidea is the most robust and
securewireless conference room microphone system
available on the market today. (See more detailed information below)
Confidea Wireless Table Microphones
No matter whether it's a small G20 Government meeting at Uluru in Central Australia or a huge multilingual meeting in Brisbane,
where tables need to be constantly moved without time to move cables, our wireless table microphones are super quick and easy to bump in,
switch on and manage as a 'set and forget' or control from any browser located anywhere on a PC, tablet or mobile phone of any make.
Confidea wireless connference microphones at Uluru Central Australia for G20
Confidea Wireless in the Brisbane Convention Centre, Queensland
one transponder for all those tables and five languages!
In this short video, we'll take you
through all new features and
improvements that this new generation of
wireless conference mic system has to offer.
Perfectly co-exists with your wireless LAN
Wireless networks and devices are omni-present in todays meeting
rooms. Smartphones, tablets and laptops are essential tools that
people want to continue to use during meetings ... and so is access
to the network.
Confidea's Quad-Band wireless conference microphone solution offers many possible channels in the
2.4 GHz and 5GHz band. The wireless conference system will hence
not deprive people from their access to the wireless network, so
that they can continue to access the data that they need during the
Confidea Generation 3 offers
solution that reassures
your IT people and that offers the convenience of a
reliable wireless conference
system in your meeting
Controlling the system is like surfing the Web.
The Confidea Wireless Conference Access Point (WCAP+), the heart of the system, has built-in
web control that can be accessed from any PC, MAC, laptop,
table or smartphone using a standard (mobile) internet
browser. Via the built-in web pages you are in full
control of the system.
For basic discussion systems, this eliminates
the need for specialised, dedicated software and
Encryption guarantees confidentiality
The built-in AES encryption, combined with the
proprietary communication protocol and
access control, offers 3 layers of
security and confidentiality at a level not
seen in any product of this class.
Minimise your investment
Basic systems should require basic investment.
This is why Confidea -in its simplest form- requires a minimum of
hardware and software. For a basic discussion system with or
without voting, the Confidea Wireless Conference Access Point+ (WCAP+)acts as a
mini central unit, controllable from an internet browser
and including balanced audio in- and outputs.
The units with voting come standard with a built-in RFID
card reader offering an out-of-the-box solution for
Multi-room: the most versatile system around!
With Confidea working outside the Wi-Fi band and having plenty
of channels available, running multiple systems in one
building is a piece of cake. Unlike some other Wi-Fi-based
systems that are limited to a maximum of three systems in the building,
in the ideal situation for Confidea there is no local wireless LAN at all!
Confidea wireless microphones Charging Case
When you hire or purchase our Confidea wireless microphones they come with this unique charger case. You can check it out in the video.
8 things to check before going wireless
Before renting or buying a wireless microphone conference system from Bramshaw here are several critical elements you should pay attention to:
How to mount and where to place the Confidea G3 wireless access point (WCAP) or Transponder
In the video you will see how to assemble and synchronise the WCAP.
This is for a system with initialisation set to “open access”. Please refer to the initialisation video to set the system to open access.
Syncing/registering conference mics to Televic Confidea G3 wireless access point.
How to synchronise/register Televic Confidea G3 wireless conference microphones to the wireless access point (WCAP)/transponder.
This video shows the initialisation process in both 'open access' and 'manual initialisation' modes.
The initialisation screen in the WCAP can be accessed using a networked computer and a web browser such as Safari, Firefox, Chrome or Brave.
Video conferencing with Confidea Wireless
This video demonstrates how easy it is to use the
Confidea Wireless Conference System in combination
with video conferencing systems.
Teleconferencing with Confidea Wireless
In this video Eric Bateman at PCM Marketing demonstrates how the
Confidea Wireless Conference System can be used
for a simple audio conference.
Confidea CHC Transport Case
In this video Jeff Pead from Listen Technologies shows you the
ins and outs of the Confidea CHC transport
Frank Uyttendaele, CEO of rental company and solution provider
DUVALL reviewed confidea wireless. The article appeared in the
september 2010 issue of InAVate magazine.
Read the review of this seasoned Confidea user: read
Assembly Instructions: Confidea Wireless Access Point (WCAP) & Microphones
Below you will find the instructions to set up or assemble your Confidea Wireless Access Point (WCAP) &
microphones. You can see for yourself just how simple it is!
Step 1: Open the freight case and remove components
Components from the left: Power supply, WCAP, Mic (microphone) stem, Mic base and battery.
Step 2: Plug in the power supply to ground control / transponder
(we call it the WCAP - wireless control access point) and switch it on.
Note the Cat 5 ethernet socket next to the green LED (see Step 11 below).
Step 3: Wait for the green light on top and place the transponder where it has an uninterrupted line of sight with all of the microphones (Up as high as possible. It helps!)
Step 4: Pick up a mic base and screw in the microphone stem
Step 5: Pick up a battery and press the test button to check its charge (this one is about 80% full so needs one more green LED for full)
Step 6: Slip the battery into place (Listen for the click)
Step 7: Press the microphone button and release so that it can talk to the mother ship - our WCAP - and sign on
Step 8: Signed on and active Major Tom! Note the illuminated LEDs on each side of the mic button and on the head of the mic stem to say I'm active Dave. This mic will be mic # 1 and the next mic #2, etc.
Step 9: Mics 1, 2 and 3 working and ready for service!
Step 10: The system comes to you already configured by us to work "out of the (freight) box". We ask you how you want it set up and adjust for you accordingly. If not we send with default settings. The speaker volume on each mic base can be adjusted from the Chairman's mic - the one closest to us in the pic.
Step 11: Need to access more controls? Hook in a Cat 5 cable into the ethernet socket (as shown in
Step 2 above) and the other to your network or PC/MAC. Open your browser on a pc, tablet or mobile phone, WinOS or MacOS, and select the IP address of the WCAP and you have full control to monitor, adjust volumes, switch mics and a whole lot more all while the system is running. That's it!