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Simple. Robust. Intelligent: Kramer Launches RC-43T Control Panel

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Audio, video and computer signal processing specialists, Kramer Electronics introduces the RC-43T, a 6−button auxiliary control panel that works as a remote control panel for master room controllers such as the Kramer SL−1 in classrooms, meeting rooms, boardrooms or auditoriums.

The RC-43T uses proprietary KNET™ protocol to power and communicate over a single cable and between Kramer products. Easy to use front panel buttons are touch−sensitive and give press confirmation using LED lights. The slimline unit measures 6.9cm x 1.6cm x 11.4cm (2.72" x 0.63" x 4.5" W, D, H - US) and matches 1-gang US wall plates. Rugged and robust, the RC-43T is made for extensive use and brings significant return on investment.

Speaking about the new innovation, Ezra Ozer, Vice President, Marketing at Kramer Electronics said: “Created with the end user in mind, the RC-43T is simple to use, reliable, functional and intelligent. It forms part of Kramer’s comprehensive range of media and wall controllers. All products are expertly designed to be future-proof, manufactured at our factory in Jerusalem and marketed globally.”

The RC-43T will make its official international debut at InfoComm India 2014 at Booth D1, Mumbai Exhibition Center from 17-19 September 2014.

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Website: www.kramerelectronics.com

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