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New Extron NBP 1200C

Anaheim, California  – Extron is pleased to introduce the NBP 1200C. This furniture-mountable Cable Cubby enclosure has a Network Button Panel integrated directly into the lid. It conveniently combines intuitive AV control, connectivity, and power, and works with all Extron Pro Series control systems and HC 400 Series products. This fully-customizable, easy-to-use control panel works with a control processor to perform a wide variety of AV system functions such as display On/Off, input switching, volume control, and much more. The flip-up button panel has ten customizable, soft-touch buttons that are backlit for easy operation in low-light environments. The NBP 1200C enables integrators to deploy a contemporary, furniture-mountable Network Button Panel with cable management and easy access to AV connectivity and power.

“Our family of Network Button Panels continues to grow; and this new NBP 1200C fulfills requests from customers for a furniture-mounted Cable Cubby version,” says Casey Hall, Vice President of Sales and Marketing. “This NBP is the perfect choice for applications requiring discreetly-mounted AV control that also offers convenient AV data and power connections.”

The NBP 1200C can be customized using the Cable Cubby Builder, an interactive tool that guides users through the process of selecting AC power modules, AV connectivity, cables, and installation accessories. As you build your Cable Cubby, a bill of materials is prepared automatically. When you’re finished, the Builder allows you to review your Cable Cubby and make any last minute changes before placing your order. Please note that a Dealer Login is required for this tool.

For more information on the NBP 1200C, click here.

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Tim Albright

Tim Albright is the founder of AVNation and is the driving force behind the AVNation network. He carries the InfoComm CTS, a B.S. from Greenville College and is pursuing an M.S. in Mass Communications from Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville. When not steering the AVNation ship, Tim has spent his career designing systems for churches both large and small, Fortune 500 companies, and education facilities.

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