RTS Pushes the Buttons for KP-Series Panels

The personal preference of the people using equipment often influences the design and layout of a product. Intercom specialist RTS has responded to customer requests regarding its KP-Series key panels and at the 2017 NAB Show will unveil push button versions of three units in the range.

The original RTS KP-Series units featured multi-functional lever keys to operate the communications system but three members of the range are now available in push button (PB) form as well. These are the 2RU, 32-button KP-5032PB; the 1RU, 16-button KP-4016PB and the 16-button EKP-4016PB extension panel.

All three feature RTS' OMNEO open media network technology, together with IP capability through Audinate Dante, as well as compatibility with TCP-IP Layers 2 and 3.

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