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Apr 24

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Las Vegas, NV RTS is pleased to show KP-612 & KP-412 keypanels at NAB 2006, booth #C4535.

The RTS KP-612 and KP-412 12-position keypanels are available with pushbutton or lever key. These models fit in a standard 19” rack and are one rack space high. A desktop version is also available.

In addition, there are two encoders. One encoder is used for headset, microphone, auxiliary input, and matrix in volume adjustment. The other encoder knob used for menu selection. The KP-612 and KP-412 keypanels have a standard numerical keypad with four extra keys: Mic Mute, User Assignable, Page Up, and Page Down.

The KP-612 and KP-412 keypanels are made of pressed aluminum/metal and feature state-of-the-art audio processors and drivers. The KP-612 features a six character display, and the KP-412 features a four character display.

Optional RVON Cards are available to connect to RTS Voice-Over Network.

Features

Talk-Listen Configuration

12 keys, with 11 keys available for full talk/listen configuration. Keys support both latching (hands-free) and momentary (push-to-talk) operation. Also features an extensive scrollable menu system (accessed using an encoder). Menus include helpful prompts to walk the user through setup.

Connections

The back of each keypanel has one DB-9 connector, on RJ-12 connector, and one BNC for the matrix connection. On the rackmount model only, there is one RJ-12 connector for Expansion Panels and one RJ-12 connector for LCP. There are two mechanical pots for Mic level control, one for headset mic and one for panel mic gain.

16 push-button keys available for monitoring inputs

Easy Upgrades

Firmware updates can be received via the Internet, for example, and then downloaded to the PAM-16 via AZedit.

For more information, visit the RTS Intercom website: www.rtsintercoms.com

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