RC-206 is a compact 6-button control keypad that fits US, European and UK standard 1-gang wall junction boxes. Easy to deploy, RC-206 fits decoratively within a room design and is perfectly suited for use as a user interface keypad within a Kramer Control system. Using K-Config, tap into the rich, built-in I/O interfaces that enable this keypad to be used as a flexible, standalone room controller. In this way, it is ideal for classroom and meeting room control, providing end-user convenient control of complex multimedia systems and other room facilities such as screens, lighting and shades.
Multiple keypads can be linked together side-by-side or at a distance, via a single K-NET™ cable carrying both power and communication, providing uniform design and user experience. * DECORA® is a registered trademark of Leviton Manufacturing Co., Inc
- Clear and Customizable User Interface - RGB-color, tactile feedback, backlit buttons with custom labeled, removable button caps, allowing simple and intuitive end-user and guest control over facility deployed devices and systems.
- Flexible Room Control - Control any room device via LAN connections, multiple RS-232 and RS-485 serial ports, and various IR, relay and general purpose I/O built-in device ports. Connect the keypad to an IP network with additional control gateways interfacing with remote controlled devices, for extending control across large space facilities.
- Expandable Control System - According to arising demands, easily expands to be part of a larger control system, or coupled-operation with auxiliary keypads, via either LAN or K-NET™ single cable connection delivering both power and communication.
- Simple Control Programming - Using K-Config software. Leverage the power of Kramer's highly customizable, flexible and user-friendly software, to easily program complex control scenarios of Pro-AV, Lighting, and other room and facility controlled devices.
- Easy and Cost-effective Installation - Compactly fits into standard US, EU and UK 1-gang in-wall box size, allows decorative integration with room deployed user interfaces such as electrical switches.