GTX Series L.A.W.N.

X-Op
Control
Software

GTX X-Op Control Software

Transmitter Screen

The Transmitter screen gives the most comprehensive view of over-all system operation. A glance at this screen will show how many transmitters the system is enabled to operate, which ones are operational, how well they are operating (Audio level, how many receivers are actively receiving the TX, and battery level).

Control features on this screen include the ability to name transmitters, the ability to set gain levels (for a specific TX or for all TX with a “set all” function).

This screen will show if a TX is in talkback mode. Also from this screen, one can go to a detail screen that provides even more monitor and control functions – including a time-stamped operating report.

One feature of this system is that if there are any “problem alerts” they will show up on the individual channel, and they will also show up via screen pop ups (with a user-selectable re-issue rate). Plus, all screens in the GTX control software.

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Audio Group Screen

The Audio Groups screen allows user to select, view and dynamically assign transmitters to any of 8 different MADI output groups which contain a summed output of every audio channel assigned.

The 8 assignable groups can be labeled from this screen, and the purpose of the group can be toggled between talkback or cue.

To provide flexible control over who hears material or talks on a talkback group, a mic can be assigned to any, all or none of the groups by clicking on the corresponding box in the matrix.

Groups set to Cue will allow the user to “listen” or cue-up a mic on the corresponding group MADI channel (Group 1 MADI channel 49 to Group 8 MADI channel 56).

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Settings Screen

A settings screen provides very valuable system information and control allowing easy set-up, QOS commissioning, integration and operation.

Some important features include ability to assign administration and access control, network configuration management, and user convenience features such as turning off the lights on transceivers, turning on a 1kHz test tone for system confirmation, setting user-desired level alerts and frequency, and selecting battery model for accurate reporting results.

This screen also provides access to important service information so that should a question arise, deep-level system analysis and assistance can be provide via remote monitor and control.

Settings (network) screen