When it comes to wall mount devices, Crestron has panels in a range of sizes, colours and finishes for use in multiple environments. The largest of these is the 21.5in TSD-2220-B HD touchscreen interface, which supports input resolutions up to 4K60 UHD via a single HDMI input. It can be installed using a variety of VESA-compliant mounting accessories, including wall-mount brackets, desk stands and articulating arms for added versatility.
Another manufacturer with a number of options when it comes to control panels is Extron. One of the more recent additions is the MediaLink range which includes the MLC 226 IP controller with Ethernet which means it can be controlled and proactively monitored over a LAN, WAN, or the internet. It enables the control of lighting, screen settings and other device functions, and relays may be controlled through the front panel, SCP 226 control panel, IR 402 remote, or RS-232. Clear controls and indicators also make for a simple user experience.
Offering control and management software, processors, keypads and touch panels, Kramer has a solution to meet pretty much every need. When it comes to software, Kramer Control Dashboard is a cloud−based service that enables an administrator to manage, monitor and remotely control devices in a space. The platform boasts automatic data gathering about room usage, device health and energy consumption, creating actionable real-time data-driven analytics, alerts and reports. By leveraging an existing IP network infrastructure, it is also possible to scale up as required without needing to invest in extending or replacing the network.