Matrix: Are V-Series Rotary Panels equipped / enabled for IP use?

All V-Series panels are IP enabled by factory default.  This includes the Rotary panels.
The remote V-series panel can operate over IT cabling either locally on the building’s LAN or between buildings on the campus WAN or between campus’s over a VPN WAN or from hotels to production studios over the Internet. This means that there is now a low cost and simple solution to connecting very remote users to an Eclipse intercom system.  This also allows the use of existing IT networks to carry the intercom without running out dedicated intercom cabling at temporary shows or live events.
The V-Series panels have always had the native built-in LAN port on the rear.  There is no hardware upgrade or option daughter card needed.  In order to use an V-Series panel in IP mode the user must have a Eclipse Median or Omega frame with an IVC-32 card enabled and connected to the user's Ethernet LAN or WAN. 


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