Sierra Automated Systems Router Control Panels
USB cardioid condenser microphone
A complete range of X-Y, single and multiple controllers are available for the SAS 32KD and RIOlink routers. They connect via a CAT-5 cable and can be daisy-chained in a system. All the controllers are. The CPM - 80 is an eight-channel alpha control panel that controls eight system outputs. The 12 preset buttons and dial-up control are shared among all eight controllers. The AXC - 16 is an X-Y full system control panel that uses two displays (outputs and inputs). 18 preset buttons can be programmed for the most used inputs, outputs or routes. The CP - 8A is a single-channel alpha control panel. The CP - 8A - Dual is a two-channel alpha control panel. The CP - 16A single-channel alpha control panel is a larger version of the CP-8A with 16 preset buttons, and the CP - 32A single-channel alpha control panel is a still larger version of the CP-8A with 32 preset buttons. The CP - 16 single-channel alpha control panel is similar to the CP-16A, but has a slightly different button layout and an additional button often used as an interlock.
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