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Engineer Service   »  Catalog   »  Intercom   »  RTS Intercoms   »  Keypanels   »  PAP-5032 
 
PAP-5032

 

OMNEO capable program assign panel

The PAP-5032 provides the user with the ability to assign multiple program sources to over 16 different IFB destinations. The PAP-5032 can be extended to up to 64 program sources and 64 IFB destinations via standard EKP expansion panels. The PAP-5032 works with ADAM, ADAM-M, and ODIN matrix systems.

FEATURES:

  • Real-time routing of program audio to IFB outputs
  • Audio monitoring of program inputs or IFB outputs
  • Real-time gain adjustment of program input and IFB output levels
  • Legacy support for RS485 data connections or enhanced Ethernet connectivity
  • Support for analog, OMNEO or RVON audio connections


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