The Q-SYS NM Series NM-T1 is a tabletop network PoE microphone native to Q-SYS and designed for collaboration spaces. The microphone features beamforming technology, ensuring clarity and separation for all surrounding talkers. It also offers onboard call controls, a programmable user button and touchless muting capability, which lets users mute or unmute with the wave of a hand. As a native Q-SYS Product, the NM-T1 integrates into an existing Q-SYS system without the need for complex programming.
The Q-SYS NM-T1 features four software-configurable zones that can be activated based on where coverage is (or isn’t needed) to reduce echo and help clarity for far-end callers. This also enables flexible seating arrangements and provides up to 360-degree coverage.
The Q-SYS NM-T1 has some simple onboard call controls, including a programmable user button and programmable RGB light ring status indicator, both of which are fully customizable within Q-SYS Designer Software. The microphone also features a built-in proximity motion sensor that allows for a simple hand wave to mute/unmute users that are nearby.
Automatically sync onboard controls and LED status indicators on select Q-SYS devices (NM-T1 microphone, TSC Series Gen 3 touchscreens and NL-SB42 PoE speakerbar), keeping the state of all in-room endpoints in sync. Additionally, it provides mute sync for UC platforms via the Q-SYS HID controller and ringing and hook state for Q-SYS softphone and POTS controller.
Here are all the specs: https://www.qsys.com/products-solutions/q-sys/audio-io-peripherals/nm-t1/
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