Las Vegas, NV RTS is proud to introduce the RVON-2 VoIP card for CLD Color Keypanels.
Installed directly into CLD keypanels, the RVON-2 provides seamless VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) communications for the RTS Matrix Intercom family. The RVON-2 delivers an integrated solution for connecting CLD keypanels to the Intercom matrix over standard IP networks.
âRVON-2 brings all the benefits of VoIP to the state-of-the-art CLD color keypanel series.â? explains Christian Latzelsberger, Senior Product Manager for RTS Intercoms Worldwide.
The RVON-2 features a dual-channel design that gives the user two channels of audio running from the RVON card, and as well as the ability connect to the matrix either through RVON or directly from the keypanel. This flexibility ensures that the RVON-connected CLD keypanel will fit easily into any network configuration.
The RVON-2 is completely compatible with any RTS Matrix Intercom System equipped with a suitable RVON VoIP interface. In conjunction with the CLD keypanel, the RVON-2 brings a new level of enterprise-wide and remote access functionality to your RTS Matrix Intercom.
The card is configurable through the keypanel service menu and the AZedit configuration software. It is also fully compatible with internationally recognized standards and supports the following protocols: G.711, G.729A, and G.723 (2 bit rates).
RVON-2 reaffirms RTSâ commitment of providing the latest technology in a fully supported backward compatible manner to all its products.
For more information, visit RTS at NAB 2009 Booth #C7025.
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