Contact us for an immediate quote at sales@itm-components.co.uk

The ATEN Control System (VK2100, VK6000, and ATEN Control System app)

by Stuart Berry July 18, 2016



The ATEN Control System, incorporating the VK2100 (ATEN Controller), the VK6000 (ATEN Configurator) and the ATEN Control System App is a standard Ethernet-based management system that connects all hardware devices in a room or large facility to provide centralized control of devices directly and effortlessly via an iPad.

  • Simple profile setup in 4 easy configuration steps via intuitive GUI
  • Customizable GUI design and control operations for the iPad
  • Built-in ATEN Library comprising 10,000+ device drivers and complete ATEN VanCryst product drivers
  • Administrators can centrally control multiple rooms via different profiles on a single iPad
  • Synchronization of system controls amongst multiple iPads

Learn more about the ATEN Control System HERE




Stuart Berry
Stuart Berry

Author



Also in News

Extron's new SoundField XD 6.5" Two-Way Ceiling Speaker

by Stuart Berry November 27, 2020

The Extron SoundField® XD model SF 26CT LP is a low profile 6.5" two-way ceiling speaker featuring a 4.2" (107 mm) deep composite back can for use in restricted height plenum environments. The driver complement includes a 6.5" (165 mm) woofer coupled to a 3/4" (19 mm) ferrofluid-cooled dome tweeter.

Continue Reading

NTIs 4K HDMI Multiviewer Now Features Image Rotation and Quieter Fan

by Stuart Berry November 23, 2020

4k-hdmi-multiviewer

The SPLITMUX-4K-4RT simultaneously displays real-time video from four different sources on a single HDMI Ultra-HD 4Kx2K monitor. It is capable of displaying video signals in quad, Picture in Picture (PiP), full, or custom mode.

Continue Reading

Low-Loss Coax Cables for Wireless Applications

by Stuart Berry October 16, 2020

Low-loss Coax Cables - L-com

It may seem bizarre to say it, but a wireless network still needs cables. All the different parts of a wireless network, such as the access points, the amplifiers and antennas, all need cables to communicate with each another.

Continue Reading