RTS Debuts RVON+ Card And PAP-5032 Program Assign Panel For IP Voice Delivery

RTS introduced the RTS RVON+ card and the PAP-5032 Program Assign Panel at IBC 2019. 

RVON +

RVON +

The RTS RVON+ card provides Voice over IP (VoIP) communications for all RTS ADAM and ADAM-M digital matrices. It is hot swappable, supports up to 32 bidirectional audio channels, data and RTS Intelligent Trunking over IP. The RVON+ card also features reduced power consumption, while offering higher channel capacity.

RVON (RTS Voice Over Network) is a VoIP codec for RTS intercoms that allows users to send and receive keypanel audio and data over long distances, using standard IP networks and Ethernet connections. There are no distance limitations – audio and data may be transmitted over the Internet from one end of the world to the other via three different audio codecs (G.711, G.722, G.729).

The PAP-5032 Program Assign Panel combines the features of a program assign panel, audio monitor, as well as a level control panel in one device. The unit enables users to assign multiple program sources in real time to more than 16 different IFB destinations.

The panel offers up to 64 program sources and 64 IFB destinations via standard EKP expansion panels on option. Real-time routing, audio monitoring and gain adjustment of program inputs or IFB outputs is possible at all times.

Thanks to its built-in OMNEO IP technology, the PAP-5032 Program Assign Panel works with all ADAM, ADAM-M and ODIN digital matrices. In addition to IP, it supports both legacy analog and RVON audio connections. 

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