Riedel Artist 1100 Series Intercom Control Panel
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Riedel Artist 1100 Series Intercom Control Panel

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Riedel Artist 1100 Series Intercom Control Panel

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Riedel Communications presented the Artist 1100 Series OLED control panel, which is Riedel’s new control key panel for Artist digital matrix intercoms.

The 1100 series features color OLEDs. With 65,000 colors and a resolution of 140 dpi these new displays are able to show up to eight detailed characters of up to 24x24 pixels, ideal for displaying icons and Asian characters. Definable marker colors for the keys complete the labeling options and provide instant function identification and signalization, e.g. for incoming calls.

The panel provides individual rotary encoders to adjust the listen level of every talk key. Furthermore all 1100 Series control key-panels provide 5 dedicated function keys, a built-in high-power loudspeaker with improved audio quality with higher volume, an XLR headset connector and a removable gooseneck microphone. 3 GPIs and 3 GPOs are available for system-wide programming as standard. Two sets of balanced line level audio inputs and outputs are also provided as standard. An expansion slot for future expansion modules prepares the control panel for future technology developments.

For the entirely digital connection to the matrix via AES the panel provides both BNC and CAT-5 connectors as standard. The second audio channel of the AES signal allows the panel to transport broadcast quality audio in addition to the intercom application – a nice feature for commentary positions.

The circuit design of the 1100 series panel is said to result in a compact design with an integrated power-supply. The company says that the panel consumes 50 per cent less power than the 1000 Series and generates therefore also less heat.



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