IHSE Offers Two New Push-button Control Panels for KVM

IHSE announces the addition of two new USP3 control panels for KVM push-button control, offering a popular alternative to keyboard switch commands for broadcast applications.

IHSE has announced the addition of two new USP3 control panels for push-button control in their KVM systems. The new panels, based on the USP3-16-IHSE introduced earlier this year, offer the same technology in an eight-button desk-mount (USP3-8D-IHSE) and an eight-button rack-mount (USP3-8-IHSE) model. For users who interact quickly between active sources and multiple switch commands that must be activated simultaneously, new panels are ideal alternatives to keyboard switch commands.

With an integrated, web-based configuration GUI, the new control panels can be set up and operational in minutes. An added benefit of their new configuration setup is that users can easily create multiaction commands (macros) with a single push-button command. Additionally, each programmable button can be assigned a specific colour with user-specific text, allowing up to eight actions to be assigned to each button. Consequently, workstation operators will no longer have to memorise keyboard sequence commands in situations where they are managing multiple source and destination feeds.

"As specialized control panels, these new models fit perfectly where workstations are shared among multiple users. We see them as an efficient user interface advantage for classrooms, meeting rooms, training facilities, or command and control environments in which users need immediate access to sources.”
— Dan Holland, Marketing Manager, IHSE USA

The USP3 can be configured to control one IHSE matrix at a specified IP address. The USP3-8D-IHSE is housed in a low-profile enclosure that is attractively styled to fit on the desktop. The USP3-8-IHSE push-button panel supports redundant power and includes an internal web-page control menu for configuration and setup.

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