LEI provides a wide range of options with the Nationally known Telecor line of School communications systems.
Telecor's Educational Market provides communication systems that are specifically designed for schools. These systems cater to the way in which an educational facility operates-- with technology that provides schools with a host of new and diverse capabilities that are conducive to student learning. Telecor's sophisticated communication solutions offer time efficiency for staff, reliable security for administrators, teachers and parents, as well as a stronger liaison between teachers and parents.
Telecor II and XL Systems
Telecor manufactures a high-performance communications package that interfaces separate communication subsystems into a cost-effective and comprehensive network
Intercom, Paging, and Program Distribution Features
A user can easily operate the Telecor system with the MCC-300 Administrative Console. The console contains clearly defined function keys to guide the user through operations, quickly and efficiently.
Intercom calls to classroom speakers, duplex communications to traditional telephone instruments, together with selective paging and program distribution, are performed from the MCC-300 console. Incoming calls from remote locations are presented in chronological and priority sequence on the easy-to-read console LCD display
A facility’s telephone system can interface directly to the Telecor Communications System, providing the optimum in flexibility for institutions by allowing telephone extensions to communicate with classroom speakers and administrative consoles, manually activate tones for emergency signaling purposes, and conduct paging announcements throughout the facility.
Telecor manufacturers a wide variety of devices for the classroom environment, including loudspeakers, call switches, telephones, and clocks. Each classroom can be configured with any combination of devices to suit its specific requirements.
A built-in Master Clock controls and synchronizes all digital and analog secondary clocks, ensuring all clocks in a facility display the correct time. The Master Clock can control multiple events throughout the facility, such as class change signalling, and automatically adjusts for seasonal events, holidays, and daylight-savings time.Digital clocks can display messages (e.g. “Bell”) from the Master Clock to provide visual indication of events.Messages can be coded to discreetly convey matters of concern to staff, such as an unlocked open doorScrolling messaging capability is also provided. Messages can be activated/deactivated automatically or manually.