Symetrix ARC-K1e

ARC-K1e from £POA

The Symetrix ARC-K1e is a push-button rotary encoder, providing simple control of one or two parameters.  Providing simple control of one or two parameters (typically volume) in the Symetrix DSP hardwSymetrix ARC-K1eare. An 8-segment LED ladder provides instant user feedback, clearly indicating relative levels. Two additional LEDs illuminate to show which of the two controls is active.

They can be linked to a progammable touch screen system, via a monitor, iPad or other mobile device, to control sound or lighting; and indeed any other device that can accept serial control commands.

ARC-K1e has an idle mode option for dimming in light-sensitive environments. Hardware lockout pins support an installer supplied key switch.

Please call us at Old Barn Audio on 01892 752246 if you have any questions or would like to buy or have installed any of the Symetrix Programmable systems, using touch screen technology into your business venue.

Features of the Symetrix ARC-K1e :

  • Compatible with the Symetrix Radius, Solus, Prism & Edge
  • A push-button rotary encoder
  • An idle mode option for dimming in light-sensitive environments

Ideal Applications for the Symetrix ARC-K1e :

Symetrix ARC-K1e Technical Specifications

Click on the icon to download the Symetrix ARC-K1e product data sheet.

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