Allen & Heath PL-7 remote display panel

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PL-7 Overview

PL-7 is a stand-alone or surface mounted LCD panel, which enables remote display of status information and text messages which can be stored in recallable memory settings. The PL-7 can be embedded with PL-3 or PL-4 wall plates, allowing programmable control from a single unit. It can also be used for remote alarm/supervisor display.7 is a stand-alone or surface mounted LCD panel, which enables remote display of status information and text messages which can be stored in recallable memory settings. The PL-7 can be embedded with PL-3 or PL-4 wall plates, allowing programmable control from a single unit. It can also be used for remote alarm/supervisor display.



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Allen & Heath PL-7 remote display panel - Sound and Light

  Saturday 20 April 2019       


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