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Crestron Introduces Adagio LCD Wall-mount Controller

Crestron introduces the APAD LCD wall-mount room controller as part of its new Adagio family of products
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Crestron Introduces Adagio LCD Wall-mount Controller

Sep 7, 2006 8:00 AM

Crestron introduces the APAD LCD wall-mount room controller as part of its new Adagio family of products. The new Crestron APAD is a stylish and more responsive alternative to the basic industrial-looking wall plate with knob control.

The bidirectional wall-mounted APAD offers a sleek, modern design and features a dot-matrix LCD display for an enhanced user experience. The APAD’s NavWheel interface is inspired by the iPod ClickWheel. APAD provides stylish, intuitive, and reliable control for classrooms, meeting rooms, VTC rooms, and training rooms.

The APAD LCD controller, available as a plug-and-play device in an Adagio-packaged solution, features four backlit, white translucent soft-buttons; a NavWheel; and a 128x64 dot-matrix LCD display. This two-way active keypad controller provides full room control, and realtime active feedback display of all devices including media servers and iPods. The LCD screen displays metadata such as podcasts and video titles and allows users to scroll through menu screens and select sources and content, volume levels, room temperature, and monitor device status.

The APAD offers superior functionality and feedback over basic one-way source selectors or keypads. APAD is available in white or black gloss.

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