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Explanation: A feature in intercom systems with multiple units that creates an exculive connection between two units and units and prevents people at all other units from listening in on private conversations.
'Secrecy of speech' appers to be one name for this function that appears on several bilingual documents if you search for it with google. It does not appear to be very widely used though and there might be other more common names for that sort of thing in English.
Lars Helbig Germany Local time: 14:07 Native speaker of: German PRO pts in category: 12
Explanation: Power Intercom Systems
Models PI35A & SI35A
Installation and Operation Manual
The CA11A has the same capability as the CA10A and includes a ***privacy lock-out*** position that inhibits the MCP35A control panel from listening through the room speaker (it does not interfere with the ability to call the station from the MCP35A).The wiring of the
call switches is shown below. www.bogen.com/products/pdfs/officecommunicationspdfs/PI35Am...