The Conductor Administrative Station is the “head-end” of the Conductor Integrated School-Wide Audio System. It utilizes a client-server architecture comprised of a touch screen graphical user interface based on a Windows PC, push-to-talk microphone, and desk-top speakers located in the central office, and a 1RU Linux server located in the IT closet. The touch screen user interface is where school administrators interact with the Conductor system for daily school-wide communications, while the Linux server is the engine that drives the Conductor system.
The Conductor Administrative Station gives you the freedom and flexibility to efficiently manage daily school-wide audio communications, bell schedules and emergency communications from one location. The easy-to-use Windows interface allows you to:
- Set school year bell schedules and effortlessly make adjustments for irregular school days , such as a late start or early release due to weather.
- Quickly manage daily audio communications by sending audio communications to the entire campus, to preconfigured school zones, or to any individual end point on your campus — everything from a prerecorded bell schedule to a live announcement.
- Create robust emergency alert communications that include clear audio instructions, visual messaging, mass alerts and auxiliary support for fire alarm systems.
- Easily adjust bell-schedules for standard or irregular days
- Clear IP audio communications to all school end points
- Flexible zones for efficient school-wide communications
- Robust emergency communications capability includes audio, visual, and mass notification
- Conductor client software
- 16” dedicated touch screen PC
- Push-to-talk microphone
- (2) desk top speakers
- CM3000 network audio controller/amplifier
- Microphone pre-amplifier