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TSL Products Updates Broadcast Control Panel Offerings

TSL Products has updated its broadcast control panel offerings with its new AIB-4, Web-keys for control panels and PTZ camera control through its TallyMan Virtual Panels.

TSL’s control systems allow broadcasters to visualize their control workflows and bring all key operations together into an intuitive and easy to maintain interface, simplifying the user experience for broadcast applications.

For customers regularly moving between multiple production locations where connectivity may be unknown, TSL’s AIB-4 can bridge systems to achieve key functionality required in any system, anywhere. The AIB-4 has the ability to provide a choice of communication paths (IP, audio channels, open intercom channel paths, and POTS connection) back to the station, which is beneficial for sports broadcast applications as these live events are commonly presented at a range of facilities. TSL’s AIB range is also ideal for remote control, interfacing old and new kits, or simplifying device monitoring for large and small projects.

Recent customer demand calls for software-based solutions for remote device control. This need led to the company’s development of a virtual screen-based “Web-Key” for use with the Universal Control Switches (USP3). By deploying a system controller at network operation centers and regionally located production control rooms, Under-Monitor Display (UMD) information, as well as triggers to cue and activate assorted devices, can be seamlessly backhauled in real-time to where they’re needed. In this case, the USP3 panels act as “glue” devices that help disparate subsystems communicate while maintaining a seamless workflow. Both virtual and physical control buttons can advance a MOS-enabled newscast rundown, initiate a live-event commercial breakthrough station automation, reroute signals, and much more.

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