Amsterdam, The Netherlands RTS is proud to introduce the RVON-16 VoIP Card at IBC 2007, Booth #121, Hall #10.
Like the RVON-8, the RVON-16 is installed into the ADAM intercom frame and provides Voice-Over IP communications for the RTS ADAM intercom product family. The RVON-16 is an integrated solution for connecting custom keypanels to the intercom matrix over standard IP networks by supporting 16 channels of audio IN and OUT.
The RVON-16 supports all standard hot-swappable and configurable options through RTS’s RVONedit VoIP configuration software, and some configuration options through RTS’s AZedit intercom configuration software. The RVON-16 also supports remote keypanels, audio connections between matrix frames via RVON-16, RVON-8, or RVON-I/O as well as virtual keypanels via VoIP. It also has two DB-9 serial connections for RS-232 or RS-485 pass-thru port connections.
RVON-16 also supports RTS Intelligent Trunking over IP. Trunking is a method of using minimal audio paths for a large number of users. Because it is flexible, a trunked system can expand along with your business to accommodate a growing number of users. RTS’s Intelligent Trunking is a proven technology, which provides the same capabilities and ease of use for intercoms and the seamless routing of communications between facilities, regardless of distance.
The RVON-16 is fully compatible with internationally recognized standards and supports the following protocols: G.711, G.729, and G.723 (two speeds).
The RVON-16 is hot-swappable and installs into any available slot in an ADAM intercom system. It provides a single RJ-45 Ethernet connection for use with a 10 BASE-T or 100 BASE-TX network. It also has two DB-9 serial connections for RS-232 or RS-485 pass-thru port connections.
16 Channels of Audio IN & OUT
Expands the connectivity of the ADAM intercom and RVON-8 card by supporting 16 channels of audio IN and OUT. Each channel has a configurable network and bandwidth parameters that can be configured to individual network functions, as well as ancillary data for keypanels and trunking control.
The RVON-16 card uses standard Ethernet protocols and is compatible with all Ethernet compliant devices and networks.
Using AZedit configuration software, users have the ability to adjust the audio parameters of each RVON-16 channel to optimize the available bandwidth on the network. At an additional cost, the RVONedit software, which has expanded configuration functionality, is available. Using RVONedit, you can set Ethernet auto-negotiation parameters, view multiple RVON-16 devices simultaneously, and view all RVON-16 devices independent of the frame in which they are located.
For more information, visit the RTS Intercom website: www.rtsintercoms.com