Further on with Extron
Further on with Extron
The TLP Pro 300M operates with any Extron IP Link Pro control processor or HC 400 Series system
Designed to control video, audio, lighting and other systems within an application, Extron is shipping the TLP Pro 300M 3.5-inch portrait wall-mount TouchLink Pro touchpanel. Equipped with a 320x480 resolution capacitive touchscreen, the TLP Pro 300M operates with any Extron IP Link Pro control processor or HC 400 Series system. For wall mounting, a single PoE cable connection is made to the mounted one-gang junction box.
A fully customisable AV system control interface is now available for the US manufacturer’s control systems and HC 400 Series products. Connected to a control processor over standard Ethernet, the NBP 50 Network Button Panel is equipped with simplified control panels to perform a wide variety of AV system functions such as display on/off, input switching and volume control. Mountable in a two-gang junction box, the NBP 50 includes black and white face plates and a mud ring. The buttons can be further customised using Extron Button Label Generator software.
Applications reliant on critical audio and video distribution can now benefit from FOX3 Systems’ fibre-optic distribution solutions. Securely delivering 4K/60 4:4:4 video, audio, USB and control signals, the latest generation of FOX3 Systems provide point-to-point extension to non-blocking matrix applications up to 2,000x2,000. With I/O sizes available from 8x8 to 320x320, the rear panel hosts an RS-232 port, a Dante audio network interface and DMP expansion port, together with analogue audio inputs and outputs.
With the launch of the NetPA U 1002 and NetPA U 1004 power amplifiers, Extron has extended its Dante network-enabled audio ecosystem including the Extron DMP Plus Series processor. Delivering 100W channels into two- and four-channels respectively, the NetPA U 1002 and NetPA U 1004 amplifiers are equipped with a defeatable auto‑standby with fast wake up and a Class D Ripple Suppression (CDRS). Built-in network and RS-232 connections extend control of amplifier parameters in addition to monitoring the amplifier's status. Integrated DSP parameters including gain adjustment, filters, dynamics, ducking and delay can be managed remotely in the DDM downloaded in the Dante Controller software. A DSP analogue line output simplifies the connection of additional amplifiers to maintain consistent processing. Built-in 6x6 and 8x8 matrices allow any input from the respective NetPA U 1002 and NetPA U 1004 amplifiers to be routed to any amplifier, Dante or analogue line outputs.