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Apr 14

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Las Vegas, NV RTS is proud to show the GPIO-16 General Purpose Input Output Frame at NAB 2008, Booth #C-5928.

Each GPIO-16 Frame provides 16 opt-isolated inputs and 16 relay outputs. The GP inputs can be set up to remotely controlled keypanel keys to activate intercom ports, party lines, relay outputs, etc. within the intercom system. The relay outputs are typically assigned for activation from keypanel keys. They can be used to control lighting or to key remote transmitters, paging systems, etc.

Features

AZedit Software

The GPIO-16 unit is configured using the AZedit intercom configuration software as well as used to assign the devices to relay groups.

Communications

The GPIO-16 now supports two communication modes; RS-485 Serial and Ethernet. The GPIO-16 Ethernet supports either 10 Mbps or 100 Mbps connection speeds.

Connections

50-pin Telco General Purpose Output and Input Connection

DB-9 Serial Connection (RS485)

RJ-45 Ethernet Connection

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

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