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Kramer Electronics RC-63DL Room Controller

Jan 13, 2011 8:53 PM


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Kramer Electronics RC-63DL Room Controller

Kramer Electronics RC-63DL Room Controller

Kramer Electronics announces the introduction of the RC-63DL six-button audio/video and room controller with digital volume knob and LCD group labels for multimedia rooms. This unit was originally designed for use as part of Kramer’s SummitView system, used to control audio components, video components, and other room facilities such as lights and screens. The RC-63DL room controller is now being offered as an advanced, standalone wall-mounted room controller that integrates audio, video, and room control into a centralized system. It features six configurable buttons with macro capability, which can be configured to carry out multiple commands with a single press of a button. Each button offers multiple layers of functions for alternate behavior, toggle functionality, and much more. The controller also features a configurable digital volume control adjustment knob with five LEDs and an internal clock that allows scheduling of recurring tasks such as system shutdown for economic operation. Bidirectional RS-232 controls AV equipment such as projectors, LCD and PDP displays, power amplifiers, switchers, and scalers. Two relay contact closure ports simplify and centralize control of room functions, such as lighting, opening and closing of drapes, screen and projector settings, and much more. Two K-NET connectors connect to other control panels or a central control processor. The IR output is an additional control port for AV equipment, and its IR learning function learns commands from any IR remotes. Finally, a USB port is available for configuring the RC-63DL via a computer. Price: $830

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