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How to Install an ATEN Wall-mount Keypad

by Stuart Berry December 07, 2017



ATEN's new wall-mounted keypad is a beautifully designed, simple control interface. Incorporated with the ATEN Control System, you can connect up to 8 independent keypads to a single control box. Offering two different button sizes and supporting up to 14 keypad outlets for different customized environments, the VK108US is an affordable solution, perfect to serve as the primary interface in small meeting rooms, or as a secondary device control in classrooms and conference centres.

For further information about the ATEN Control System, go to our ATEN Control System Page or talk to our sales team at ITM.




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