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Apr 24

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Las Vegas, NV RTS is pleased to introduce the RVON-C Voice-Over IP Card at NAB 2006, booth #C4535. The RVON-C Voice-Over IP card introduces all the VoIP functionality of the RVON-8 for ADAM, to the Cronus intercom system. The RVON-8 converts analog audio to digital VoIP. Installed directly into Cronus, the RVON-C expands the connectivity to the Cronus intercom system by supporting eight channels in and out. Up to four RVON-C cards can be supported in Cronus at one time, totaling 32 channels of VoIP audio plus data.

Features

Fully Ethernet Capable

RVON-C uses standard Ethernet protocols and is compatible with 10 BASE-T or 100 BASE-TX Ethernet compliant devices and networks.

Eight individually addressable audio channels

The RVON-C can feed simultaneously VoIP (Voice Over Internet Protocol) capable keypanels as well as various other matrix intercom systems.

AZedit

The user has the ability to adjust the audio quality of the matrix intercom to the available bandwidth of the network through the AZedit software user interface.

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

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