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Extron MediaLink Controller For A/V Equipment Now Shipping

The MLC 62 RS D features eight customizable backlit soft touch buttons providing control capabilities for common A/V functions including display power, input switching, and volume control.

Extron Electronics is pleased to announce the immediate availability of the MLC 62 RS D MediaLink Controller, an easy-to-use keypad controller for controlling A/V equipment in classrooms and meeting facilities.

The MLC 62 RS D features eight customizable backlit soft touch buttons providing control capabilities for common A/V functions including display power, input switching, and volume control.

The new controller serves as a replacement for a display’s handheld IR remote, providing user-friendly control for a projector or flat panel display, and eliminating problems related to misplaced IR remotes, confusing menus, and dead batteries.

“The new MLC 62 RS D provides A/V control in a new contemporary design for an elegant look in any environment,” says Casey Hall, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Extron.

“Standardizing the control interface for all A/V systems in a facility makes them easy to install, operate, and maintain.”

The MLC 62 RS D offers IR and unidirectional RS-232 for universal display control, two relays for controlling screens and lights, and a digital input for interfacing with switches and sensors. The controller includes black and white Decora faceplates.

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