The Gemini system offers a range of panel choices including dual action lever key and innovative Touchscreen technology. Manufactured to demanding standards, Gemini panels assure reliability, flexibility of operation and ease of use. The extensive range of lever key functions offer 'latch/non-latch’ or ‘listen/speak’ modes, allowing users to choose their preferred method for communicating with other control panels, portable devices and audio systems.
Gemini panels are compatible with the entire range of Trilogy Intercom systems and can be used in any combination. High traffic applications will benefit from the option to configure expansion panels, increasing the total number of keys available.
Up to 4 ‘shift’ pages can be configured, and key functions can be quickly re-assigned using the intuitive menu system and rotary encoder built into every panel. The rotary encoder also allows your users to adjust individual audio levels as required.
Selected panels are equipped with an IP interface that permits connection to a Gemini matrix over any standard LAN or WAN connection. Authorised users can then select the panel’s desired ‘identity’ in the system, and change the location while preserving all panel settings. Click here to view the IP Panel Interface product brief.
The Virtual Panel has been developed by Trilogy to provide your operators with PC and tablet management interfaces. Although primarily used as intercom workstations, the powerful Virtual and Patch panel applications are particularly useful for performing routing functions for Telephony, IFBs, Groups and Conferences. Click here to view more information on The Virtual Panel.
The rack-mount and desktop touchscreen panels both offer a powerful feature set with intuitive operation similar to that of smart phones and tablets. The enhanced features and capabilities found in these panels go beyond what is possible with conventional switch and display technology, offering:
A flexible choice of interfaces ensures that all users are catered for, boosting productivity and overall quality of your broadcast output.