Tokyo, Japan RTS showed off several products at Inter BEE 2007 that are sure to excite the broadcast market. The favorite was definitely the all-new KP 32 CLD Color Display Keypanel. Inspired directly by user feedback, the KP 32 CLD sports advanced features that take flexibility and ease-of-use to the next level. The KP 32 CLD features a revolutionary customizable graphic user interface that spans two integrated 4.9â€?, full-color LCD displays. The KP 32 CLDâ€™s advanced functionality is wrapped in a sleek, ergonomic design with a flat front panel that fits flush within a rackmount configuration.
â€śWe are already experiencing excellent market reception to the KP 32 CLD, especially among broadcasters.â€? explains Christian Latzelsberger, Product Manager for RTS Intercoms Worldwide. â€śWe expect the broadcast market, among others, to widely adopt our CLD series of panels because the series is a giant leap forward in form, function, and usability.â€?
As Christian indicated, the KP 32 CLD is the first in a new series of Color Display Keypanels that are coming soon from RTS. Keep watch on RTS for more details.
The popular KP 812 series keypanels were also shown at Inter BEE 2007. These keypanels are especially popular in Japan because they support eight characters in the Kanji and Katakana character sets. The RTS KP 812 is a 12-position keypanel available in pushbutton or lever key versions. It fits in a standard 19″ rack and is one rack space high. In addition, desktop versions are available. The keypanel is available with RVON boards to connect to RTS Voice-Over Network.
For more information, visit the RTS Intercom website: www.rtsintercoms.com
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