Universal Control Panels USP3-Shotbox

TSL's USP3-SHOTBOX (desktop control panel) is a compact and intelligent control solution. Available with specific device drivers and setup (e.g. Christie Spyder) or fully configurable.

Easy setup using a standard web browser, assign functions, enter text, and select button colours.

Includes Web Key functionality, virtually push the buttons via the password protected web browser interface. Allows operators to work remotely without changing their workflow.

All devices in the USP3 range are managed via web browser and provide freely configurable logic with IP, Serial, and GPIO interfaces.

Directly monitor and control devices including routers, DDR's, multi-viewers, TSL UMD streams and more including SNMP and RESTful API.

Includes KeyPanel Map Windows application, trigger Keyboard shortcuts on windows PC's. ideal for triggering cues and streamlining edit operations.

    • Configurable button text/colour
    • Web Keys, virtual buttons accessible via web browser when operators can't physcially press the button.
    • Configurable logic AND,OR, NOT
    • IP, Serial, GPIO, SNMP,RESTful
    • Define your own IP/Serial commands (ASCII,HEX)
    • Trigger Keyboard shortcuts on windows PC's over IP
      • Form: Desktop
      • Buttons: 30 LCD RGB + 16 push buttons
      • Push buttons: 16
      • ENET: 1 x 100Mb Ethernet
      • GPIO: 16 IN (Opto-isolated)
      • GPIO: 16 OUT (Opto-isolated)
      • Serial: 1 x RS422/RS232
      • Dual Redundant Power (second PSU optional)
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TSL Products’ commitment to supporting emerging IP standards such as AES-67, SMPTE 2022-6 and SMPTE 2110 gave us the confidence we needed in the PAM2-IP to provide the audio monitoring we required at RTL City. Additionally, knowing that we could deploy the PAM2-IP in our new all-IP infrastructure without being forced to change our operational workflows was fundamental to our purchase decision.

Costas Colombus, Director of Technology projects and Support at BCE.