The QSC Q-SYS Platform control plugin for LynTec web-enabled control solutions, includes the patented RPC controllable AVL circuit breaker panel.
“As we’ve watched Q-SYS become one of the most widely adopted platforms for a variety of large venues and facilities, our customers have continued to ask for a plugin for our panels,” says Mark Bishop, president of LynTec. “After two years of development and rigorous testing, we’re excited to release this simple, preprogrammed plugin that integrates into the Q-SYS Ecosystem. It offers all the value and capabilities our web-enabled AVL power control products are known for while further simplifying setup and streamlining management for operators, tech managers, and IT professionals who already rely on Q-SYS.”
Q-SYS offers a simpler means of integrating LynTec’s panels into the network infrastructure of enterprise and entertainment facilities. Providing full power control, the plugin allows integrators to easily setup and manage group, zone, and circuit-level options that are available within LynTec’s web-enabled GUI, including on/off control, emergency override and brownout capabilities, sequencing, and more. As a result, operators can manage and control their LynTec panels alongside other AV devices and components from one system.
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