The 64x32 LCD buttons can display up to three rows of multi-lingual text in a chosen font and/or a graphical icon. One of up to 64 different background colors and eight brightness levels can be selected to allow for easy differentiation of functionality, selection or state.
The flush mounted LCD buttons and compact depth allows the panel to be horizontally mounted in a desk or console. The buttons are inserted into sockets allowing them to be changed in the field in the event of any accidental damage. The panels also have two lockable DC power inlets allowing for an optional redundant PSU.
All devices connected to the Cerebrum server can be controlled or viewed. In addition, eight GPI inputs are available which can be used for any function within Cerebrum, commonly used for selection of router sources when driven from Camera Operator Control Panel touchdowns.
Flush-mounted (LCD) buttons, relegendable and assignable through Cerebrum
Easily replaceable buttons
Rotary dial-and-press button(s), assignable through Cerebrum
8 GPI inputs (phoenix contacts)
Connected to a Cerebrum server via Ethernet (DHCP or manual IP-address)
Redundant power supply option
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Introduction Client objectives The solution End results Introduction Leading broadcast solutions provider, Timeline Television, has deployed Cerebrum across its entire operation, controlling hundreds of devices and complex IP workflows to deliver 4K content and live events.