Either you now use the ClassicKelKom™ Panel in your practice today, or you have seen it in use at a colleague’s office.
In the mid-1980s, KelKom defined front to back-office visual / non-verbal communications with the commercial version of this panel. The basic paging feature – sometimes called “intercom” – remains today’s baseline requirement for office communications. This platform also provided the ability to add new software features, allowing forward-looking practice owners to better manage their back-office operations.
Today, ClassicKelKom™ products are being retired and replaced by our DigitalKelKom™ solutions. We continue to offer 100% of our repair and support services for all system modules.
In addition, all ClassicKelKom™ hardware products can upgrade easily to our new DigitalKelKom™ system platform. Thanks to plug-and-play functionality, new DigitalKelKom™ systems integrate with existing wiring for older installations.
Unfortunately, time is slowly running out on the ClassicKelKom™ Panels due to the age of the components: certain replacement parts are in short supply, with replacement buttons among the most difficult to stock. Please contact us for specifics.
All standard wall AND cabinet mount 3xx / 4xx / 5xx ClassicKelKom panels have direct replacements from the new digital product line.
Convert to Our New DIGITALKELKOMTM SYSTEMS
The new DigitalKelKom Basic panel offers unparalleled durability and reliability, while still being compatible with your existing network.
However, please note that some early-installation network wiring configurations need to be confirmed by our technicians. They will also confirm the number of terminals currently installed, and the final number of panels you intend to have installed.
The Digital KelKom panel conversion kit includes a transition plate to cover the existing wall opening, and is the mount for your new DigitalKelKom Basic panel.
The new MPCALP digital controller replaces the basic Classic PC-class controller, and is an upgrade from the MPC-class controllers. There is no longer a need for an auxiliary power supply – SPC-class – for installations of up to 30 panels.