Orlando, FL RTS is proud to show the DKP 16 CLD Color Display Desktop Keypanel at InfoComm 2009. The DKP 16 CLD is the desktop member of the CLD color keypanel family from RTS. Like its rackmounted counterpart, the DKP 16 CLD is controlled using a ground-breaking full-color graphic interface.
“Like the KP 32 CLD we evaluated how intercoms are used in various settings, and what meaningful improvements could be made. With the DKP 16 CLD, nothing was overlooked. Desktop users will be very pleased with the refinements in the control surfaces, and the graphical interface on the DKP 16 CLD.”
The desktop keypanel sports innovative conveniences which are the new standard among the RTS CLD keypanel family. Two user-programmable buttons, one-touch listen volume adjustment, and a backlit keypad are just some of the common features which set this keypanel family apart. The DKP 16 CLD is designed with a curvaceous housing and compact footprint that sits attractively in desktop configurations. For future applications, the DKP 16 CLD also includes a USB port conveniently mounted in the front of the unit.
Full color LCD displaysThe new color displays host a rich and intuitive graphical user interface that allows to indicate different keypanel functions in different colors.
Modern, modular designFlat front panel is ergonomically designed to fit easily into any control room or truck application. The back panel is optimized for future expansion.
Multi-directional keys16, multi-directional keys used for talk, listen, and emulation of traditional level control function.
Future expansionDesigned to allow for an expansion panel and optional connections to the matrix through current and future standard transmission formats.
Enhanced featuresDKP 16 CLD allows up to six auxiliary inputs, three relays, independent digital gain control for microphone sources, configurable audio routing and much more through an option board
DSP processingAcoustic Echo Cancellation, Equalization, Mixing, Filtering, and Metering
USBFor future expansion and other planned interface features.
User programmable buttonsTwo user-programmable buttons provide custom shortcuts to menu functions.
For more information, visit RTS at InfoComm 2009, Booth #6100.