OMS (OMNEO Main Station) is the beginning of a new era of intercom systems called RTS Digital Partyline. This powerful single system bridges legacy analog partyline users who wish to migrate to digital functionality while using their existing equipment. Furthermore, OMS connects both wired and wireless intercom products. OMS represents an incredibly versatile and easy-to-use solution for a wide range of applications – a communications multi-tool for theaters, houses of worship, industrial, broadcast and event venues.
Using OMNEO, OMS interconnects with our digital matrix products including keypanels, ROAMEO wireless and digital beltpacks. OMNEO is an architectural approach to connecting devices that need to exchange information such as audio content or device control (Dante & control). In addition, it can serve as a stand-alone base station for ROAMEO, RTS’s digital wireless communication solution based upon DECT.
The OMS is available in five licensed models; Analog Only, Analog Plus, Basic, Intermediate and Advanced. The OMS allows for increased capacity and functionality as business needs grow.
The OMS has the easy-to-use RTS digital icon-based front panel display, along with a simplified menu structure to allow system configuration and control from the front panel and display.
- Supports up to 40 OMNEO or ROAMEO belt packs and up to 16 party lines. Ethernet connectivity through copper or fiber connections available.
- Supports 4 ports of analog AIO 4-wire and 4 ports of analog 2-Wire (RTS / Audiocom / Clear-Com formats supported). Auto nulling capability (echo cancellation) available on 2-Wire interfaces.
- Supports up to 8 keypanels (any mix of analog/OMNEO/RVON) depending upon product licensing. (Maximum 4 analog)
- Up to 4 RVON channels available with the Advanced license for remote networking with other RVON capable equipment. G.711, G.729ab and G.722 codecs supported.
- Includes stage announce output and additional OMNEO expansion audio ports reserved for connecting and networking with other OMS units.
- These expansion ports allow additional system capacity and partyline capability as part of a distributed system.