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Key Digital® Presents New Compass Control Master Controller Kit: KD-CCKIT1000

MOUNT VERNON, N.Y., Aug. 12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Key Digital, Inc. -- Key Digital®, an award winning (CES, InfoComm, CEDIA, NAHB) manufacturer of leading-edge technology for HDTV applications, presents their new Compass Control master controller kit, the KD-CCKIT1000 for the upcoming CEDIA 2014 tradeshow in Las Vegas, Nevada. Compass Control® is the first fully-integrated major control system built from the ground up to use Apple's iOS devices – iPad®, iPad mini®, iPhone®, and iPod touch® – as its backbone.

The KD-CCKIT1000 consists of the KD-MC1000, KD-ZRC300, KD-ZRX200, and Compass Navigator™ PC Editor Software.  The KD-MC1000 is a smaller unit than the KD-MC25000, with a size of 6.5" x 4" x 1.2". The KD-MC1000 features 6 multi-functions 3.5mm universal ports for IR/RS-232, 1 Relay port, and 1 ZigBee port for a total of 8 control ports. It offers LAN Based Control via an RJ45 connection. The unit also features sensor and relay control, Indicator LEDs and an IR learning window, which enables learning of any IR code.

The KD-ZRC300 is a ZigBee Wireless 2.4 GHz & IR Universal Handheld Remote Control. It has 48 programmable hard buttons for IR and/or ZigBee commands. It is able to support unlimited macro and variable actions, programmable via USA on PC or Mac with Compass Navigator™ PC Software.

The KD-ZRX200 is a ZigBee Wireless 2.4 GHz range extender for the KD-ZRC300. It will be used in conjunction with the KD-MC1000 and KD-ZRC300 Wireless Remote. The KD-ZRX200 will boost bi-directional ZigBee Wireless 2.4 GHz communication up to 100 feet. Lastly, does not require external power.

Today's installers need reliable products for integration of video and audio in commercial and residential applications. This is why the contents of the KD-CCKIT1000 all come with a Limited Lifetime Warranty. 

For more information on how Key Digital® is revolutionizing digital video transmission, visit http://www.keydigital.com.

Key Digital® will be exhibiting at CEDIA 2014. For more information click here or visit us at Booth 420.

Key Digital Industry Leadership

Mike Tsinberg, Founder and President of Key Digital®, is a holder of 40 HDTV patents.  

  • "Father of DVD" - Developed architecture and system software for world first Digital Video Disk (DVD) MPEG2 based authoring system—key DVD enabling technology
  • Participated with Emmy Award Winner for DVD technology development
  • 2009 Inductee by HDTV by the Academy of DTV Pioneers (CEA) - Top 200 Pioneers
  • SMTPE Fellow
  • Adele De Berri Pioneers Award winner at InfoComm 2013

About Key Digital®

Key Digital® is an award winning (CES, InfoComm, CEDIA, NAHB) developer and manufacturer of leading-edge technology for HDTV applications, delivering total video systems solutions. The company manufactures a wide range of digital video processing and video signal distribution solutions as well as control systems marketed broadly to the HDTV community, such as digital video and audio processors, switchers, distribution amplifiers, cables, adapters, and more. For more information, visit our webpage at http://www.keydigital.com.

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