InfoComm 2013: Alcorn McBride debuts VCore subsystem controller - Installation

InfoComm 2013: Alcorn McBride debuts VCore subsystem controller

Alcorn McBride is debuting the newest addition to its control product line, VCore, at InfoComm 2013. This provides control of museum exhibits, kiosks and retail outlets, and works as a subsystem controller.
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Alcorn McBride is debuting the newest addition to its control product line, VCore, at InfoComm 2013. This provides control of museum exhibits, kiosks and retail outlets, and works as a subsystem controller. VCore, the smallest controller in the line, contains many of the features found in Alcorn McBride’s larger V Series controllers: Ethernet, real-time clock scheduler, incoming message processing, online programming interface, touchpanel integration and more.

VCore can be programmed with Timeline in minutes to command any exhibit area, kiosk or other standard AV system. Timeline offers a flexible way to program events and supports hundreds of time-based and event-based sequences and timelines. This product also works seamlessly with Touch software to create customisable user interfaces. Touch software runs on ShowTouch hardware, now offered in 7in, 10in and 17in models, or any iOS device.

VCore mounts on a standard 35mm DIN rail.

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