Crestron releases TPMC-4SMD touchpanel

The compact and affordable touchpanel is said to offer a range of features designed to appeal to systems integrators.
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Crestron's TPMC-4SMD delivers control, video, intercom and power over a single high-speed Ethernet connection and eliminates the need for a local power supply or any dedicated power wiring. The design incorporates Crestron's Core 3 OS, which is said to deliver new control and graphics capabilities, plus streaming video and two-way IP intercom.

Other features include white LED backlit buttons and a built-in proximity sensor that will wake the device automatically, without having to touch the screen. Room occupancy sensors can be directly connected to the touchpanel, enabling automation of the room's lighting, climate control and other devices. The TPMC-4SMD can be used to view photos, video and digital media playlists complete with metadata and cover art.

With an assortment of mounting options, the TPMC-4SMD is said to install on virtually any surface quickly and easily. Installation options include a standard electrical box or surface mount on glass, granite or marble.

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