NMP stands for Networked Media Processor, which is the core product of the Q-NEX series. It is mainly designed to help the IT administrator of the school to manage various electronic facilities in school well and to relieve the teachers from complex operation of devices in a multimedia classroom.
Device Management – ??to manage devices such as projector, projection screen, touch monitor, lighting, air conditioner, etc. in a classroom, via a desktop control panel or a web-based platform from anywhere with internet access.
Access Control - With a built-in electronic door security lock control module, it allows authorized access to a lab/classroom or cabinet by swiping an ID card. Also, the ID card can be used to activate the control panel so that only the authorized person, such as a teacher, can manipulate all the facilities in the classroom.
AV Matrix Switch - for routing audio and video signals from multiple input sources, such as document cameras, computers, mobile devices, cameras, etc. to one or more display devices such as a projector, television, interactive flat panel.
Network AV Distribution – With 4 Ethernet interfaces, the NMP can work as a LAN switch. By connecting the NMP to the Q-NEX Media Server, from which it can stream audio and video.
The school IT administrator can select content to stream and schedule broadcast times for different classrooms. It can also work as a digital school bell system with an independent audio channel.