• 23 Feb 2024
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Article Summary

Front and rear panel of the micnode2 microphone station. 

A. Front panel

  1. Touch panel - 8-inch
  2. Handheld push-to-talk microphone
  3. PTT button for live call activation
  4. Magnetic docking plate for microphone 
  5. Microphone cable

Touch screen 

The 8-inch touch display shows the user interface operating the microphone station. For more information, see the chapter on User interfaces setup. Use your fingers to touch the screen. 

CAUTION: Don’t use any sharp objects on the screen. Clean the screen with static-free cleaning cloths only.


The handheld push-to-talk microphone is available with the handheld paging station models. This microphone is attached to the paging station by a magnetic plate. The Talk/Start button is directly on the microphone.

Magnetic Microphone Docking Plate

The micnode2 microphone station uses a magnetic docking plate to hold the hand-held microphone. Just place the back of the microphone up against the plate and let it go!

B. Rear panel
  1. Protected GPIO
  2. Balanced audio output
  3. Rear Aux microphone station input
  4. USB
  5. LAN B, PoE
  6. LAN A, PoE

IMPORTANT: USB port serves only for recovery purposes. 


The LAN cables connect the paging station to the network. This enables audio and data exchange as well as receiving power from the LAN network via IEEE 802.3af compliant power sourcing equipment (PSE), also known as Power-over-Ethernet (PoE). 

Inputs and outputs

On the rear panel of the micnode2 microphone station, it is possible to connect a variety of auxiliary audio I/O and GPIO (General Purpose Input Output). Different devices or accessories can be connected e.g. a secondary microphone or an MP3 audio source can be added.

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