READ ONLINE NOW
Online
Issue 28
extron ebp 1200c cable cubby
0

EXTRON 1200C CABLE CUBBY ENCLOSURE

By

14 June 2017

extron ebp 1200c cable cubby

Extron announces the EBP 1200C Cable Cubby Enclosure with eBUS button panel. This new button panel is neatly integrated into the lid of the enclosure and combines intuitive AV control, connectivity, and power all in one, furniture-mountable device. The easy-to-use control panel works with all eBUS-enabled control systems and connects to an IPCP Pro control processor to perform a wide variety of AV system functions such as display On/Off, input switching, volume control, and much more. The flip-up button panel has 10 customisable, soft-touch buttons that are backlit for easy operation in low-light environments. The cable access enclosure supports up to three single-space AAPs and up to three Extron Retractors. The EBP 1200C enables integrators to deploy a contemporary, furniture-mountable eBUS button panel with cable management and easy access to AV connectivity and power.

“We have over two dozen unique eBUS button panels and are very excited to now add our first Cable Cubby model to the family,” says Casey Hall, Vice President of Worldwide Sales and Marketing for Extron. “The EBP 1200C is the perfect choice for customers who are looking for a discreet, hideaway control system that also offers convenient AV data and power connections.”

Extron’s integration-friendly eBUS technology is based on a unique digital bus architecture that allows for easy control system expansion, greater design options, and future upgrades. As with our TouchLink Pro touchpanels, eBUS button panels are designed for use with any Extron IPCP Pro Series control processor. A single eBUS button panel can be used as the AV control interface for a smaller system or multiple button panels and touchpanels may be combined when a more elaborate control system is required.

Extron: www.extron.com.au

RESPONSES

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

More for you

READ ONLINE NOW
Online
Issue 28