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Q-SYS plugin brings new control options to Clockaudio’s TIM-1000

Q-SYS plugin brings new control options to Clockaudio’s TIM-1000

Q-SYS plugin brings new control options to Clockaudio’s TIM-1000

Clockaudio has announced the availability of a new QSC Q-SYS Ecosystem Control plugin for its Trackable Intelligent Microphone (TIM-1000) which enables the dynamic features of TIM-1000 to be controlled through the Q-SYS software-based audio, video and control ecosystem. This plugin will be available through the Asset Manager portal within the Q-SYS Designer Software.

The addition of the Q-SYS plugin simplifies integration of the TIM-1000 into Q-SYS and enhances the setting controls for TIM-1000, providing users with additional visual cues and performance options for the microphone. These cues can be customised to specific colours or can be programmed to let meeting attendees know when a mic is muted or in an alternate state. It can also be programmed to signal specific events, such as when a phone is ringing or to remind attendees that a meeting is coming close to its end. Facilitation of the control programming and interface for the new plugin was done by control programming and software development experts, Control Concepts.

"With Q-SYS, users get audio and control capabilities in one solution, giving integrators an opportunity to deal with less hardware, less configuration, less steps for the install and less points of potential failure,” said Robert Moreau, managing director for Clockaudio North America. “With the robust nature of the plugin, and the flexibility of Q-SYS, what they can do with our LED ring is literally up to the integrator’s imagination, with almost endless possibilities. We are proud to share the news about the TIM-1000 plugin for the Q-SYS Ecosystem. The Q-SYS platform is very popular with many of our customers, and this new plugin will greatly facilitate the connectivity between TIM-1000 and Q-SYS.”



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