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LynTec simplifies control at 23 church campuses in Alabama

LynTec simplifies control at 23 church campuses in Alabama

LynTec simplifies control at 23 church campuses in Alabama


LynTec’s RPC remote control breaker panel has been chosen as a solution for Church of the Highlands in Alabama, which has 23 campuses in the region. First installed in its Tuscaloosa campus in 2016, the RPC is said to have become “indispensable” to its production team, hence the further installations at other locations.

“The proper power-up of equipment is an important consideration for churches of all sizes,” said Geoff Franklin, AVL systems engineer for Church of the Highlands. “A safe power-up sequence is particularly important for audio, where components need to come on in a certain order to prevent damage. With LynTec, you can set fire rates with pauses or breaks inside a sequence order. If a piece of gear takes 15 seconds to boot up, you can set a sequence for 18 or 20 seconds to give it a buffer, then start up something else. That’s super helpful to be sure it all gets consistently done right.”

Church organisers feel the RPC remote control breaker panel makes it easy for the team to sequence, control and monitor power for the church’s complex production systems, even at distant campuses. With web-enabled control and monitoring, they allow remote operation of up to 168 motorised circuit breakers using a single controller. The programmable software platform also includes built-in scheduling along with sequencing and voltage protection that can be customised. Highlands’ production team feels that they are granted flexible lighting and AV control across multiple control zones and multiple control protocols. The panel’s functionalities are accessible via UDP commands, enabling the Church of the Highlands to control and monitor its panels through its Q-SYS system.

“Power control is an invaluable element of the AVL system that makes production seamless,” said Mark Bishop, president of LynTec. “Church of the Highlands demonstrates how our solutions not only protects equipment but also helps their small tech team and volunteers run a tight, smoothly operated ship. Our panels are perfect for a small church, megachurch or a multi-campus church because they’re designed from the ground up for the specialty needs of AVL systems.”

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