Extron Ships 10-inch Touch PanelsExtron has begun shipping its TLP 1000MV and TLP 1000TV 10-inch high resolution TouchLink touch panels. 4/27/2011 6:51 AM Eastern
Extron Ships 10-inch Touch Panels
Extron has begun shipping its TLP 1000MV and TLP 1000TV 10-inch high resolution TouchLink touch panels.
Extron TLP 1000TV
Extron has begun shipping its TLP 1000MV and TLP 1000TV 10-inch high resolution TouchLink touch panels. The TLP 1000MV and TLP 1000TV are fully configurable and feature a sleek, contemporary look and thin bezels to complement any décor, according to the company. The large, 1024x600 resolution touchscreen surface provides ample room for sophisticated controls and graphics.
The new touch panels incorporate an MTP Twisted Pair receiver, which accepts either S-video or composite video input over standard Cat-5 cable, enhancing connectivity and streamlining cable management. Power over Ethernet allows the touch panels to receive power via the Ethernet connector, eliminating the need for a local power supply. The TLP 1000MV mounts on a wall, lectern, or other flat surface, while the TLP 1000TV sits on a tabletop or installs on a VESA mount.
"Extron continues our commitment to configurable control for easy and quick installations," said Casey Hall, vice president of sales and marketing at Extron, in a statement. "These new 10-inch touch panels, in conjunction with our new IPCP 505 control processor, will let integrators design and deploy larger, more complex AV control systems."
GUI Configurator software makes configuration of the touch panel easy, with no graphic design skills required, Extron officials said. The software comes with ready-to-use templates for single-display rooms, dual-display rooms, divisible rooms, multi-image systems, and video conference suites. The designs may be used as is, or customized for the application by changing individual graphic elements.
The TLP 1000MV and TLP 1000TV work in conjunction with any Extron IP Link Control Processor. The touch panels and IP Link Control Processors communicate using a standard Ethernet network, allowing utilization of existing infrastructure.