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5” Touch Screen User Interface - TSW-560

Odniesienie unikalne: Touch_Screen_TSW-560
Producent: Crestron Electronics Inc.
Rodzina produktu: Control Surfaces
Grupa produktu: Touch Screens
Data publikacji: 2017-04-17
Numer edycji: 1
Typ: Obiekt (jeden obiekt)
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A space-saving wall, lectern, or tabletop touch screen featuring a clean, contemporary appearance with edge-to-edge glass and advanced high-definition Smart Graphics®. Features onboard voice recognition, web browsing, H.264 streaming video, built-in camera, Rava® SIP Intercom, and PoE network power.

Advanced Touch Screen Control A Crestron® touch screen offers an ideal user-interface for controlling all the technology in your home, boardroom, classroom, courtroom, or command center. Touch screens simplify and enhance the way you use technology, doing away with those piles of remote controls, cluttered wall switches, disparate smartphone apps, and cryptic computer screens. For controlling audio, video, lighting, shades, HVAC, security, and other systems, Crestron touch screens are fully-customizable with easy-to-use controls and icons, true feedback and real-time status display, live streaming video, voice recognition, web browsing, and a full-featured media player for an enhanced multiroom entertainment experience. With its clean, contemporary design highlighted by edge-to-edge glass and stunning color graphics, the Crestron TSW-560 touch screen makes an elegant statement on any wall, tabletop, or lectern. Perfectly at home in the most contemporary residence or modern office building, its high-tech good looks underline its power for simplifying everyday tasks and functions throughout any facility. The TSW-560 delivers the ultimate touch screen experience in an unobtrusive, space-saving design. It features a brilliant 5 inch capacitive touch screen display with Smart Graphics® and 5 soft-touch buttons. PoE connectivity and a range of mounting options make installation a breeze for both new and retrofit applications. Additional advanced features include the abilities to control any function using voice commands, view security cameras and other video sources, communicate using built-in video intercom and phone capabilities, manage meeting room scheduling through Crestron Fusion®, browse the Internet, and enjoy full access to your Sonos® Home Sound System.[1] Smart Graphics® Crestron touch screens use Smart Graphics to deliver the ultimate user experience and the ultimate value by enabling the creation of dynamically rich user interfaces with incredible efficiency and unparalleled functionality. Using Smart Graphics, programmers can swiftly integrate fluid gesture-driven controls, animated feedback, rich metadata, embedded apps and widgets, and full-motion video for a deeply engaging and ultra-intuitive touch screen experience. Crestron Smart Graphics offers these enhancements and more:
  • Cool-looking graphical buttons, sliders, knobs, and gauges that are intuitive and fun to use
  • Kinetic effects to enhance the feeling of realism, with lists and toolbars that scroll with momentum at the flick of a fingertip
  • Drag-and-drop objects that snap into place, offering an easy way to switch sources
  • Dashboard widgets to personalize the touch screen with clocks, weather, news, and other information [1]
  • A power-saving screensaver that allows display of time, temperature, and other text content at a reduced brightness level
  • Customizable themes allowing a completely different look and feel for every user, event, or season
  • Fully-developed SmartObjects® that enable sophisticated control over complex devices with minimal programming
  • A consistent look and feel across multiple touch screens of varying sizes

Soft-Touch Buttons The TSW-560 includes five backlit, soft-touch capacitive buttons for quick access to commonly used functions. These buttons are pre-labeled with icons for “Power”, “Home”, “Lights”, “Up”, and “Down” functions. Each button is programmable via the control system for custom functionality, and any unused button can be hidden by simply turning off its backlight.
Auto-Brightness Control To ensure optimal visibility under varying lighting conditions, the TSW-560 includes a built-in light sensor, which regulates the brightness of the display and button backlighting according to the ambient light level in the room. Separate auto-brightness settings are provided for the display and buttons to allow each to be adjusted or defeated as needed.
Voice Recognition Some things are easier said than done, so why not just say what you want and let Crestron do it for you? With built-in voice recognition, the TSW-560 provides the ability to use spoken commands to control virtually anything. Voice recognition can be used to quickly turn devices on or off, select and play a specific media title or playlist, change the channel, choose a lighting scene, lock the doors, arm the security system, or enter a password. Simply say a command and Crestron does the rest.[1,2]
Streaming Video High-performance streaming video capability makes it possible to view security cameras and other video sources right on the touch screen. Native support for H.264 and MJPEG formats allows the TSW-560 to display live streaming video from an IP camera, a streaming encoder (Crestron CEN-NVS200, DM-TXRX-100-STR, or similar [3]), or a DigitalMedia™ switcher. Video is delivered to the touch screen over Ethernet, eliminating the need for any extra video wiring.
Rava® SIP Intercom Rava SIP Intercom Technology enables hands-free VoIP communication with other Rava-enabled touch screens and door stations. Rava works over Ethernet, supporting 2-way intercom, video intercom, and paging without requiring any special wiring. VoIP phone capability is also possible through integration with a SIP-compatible IP phone system or SIP server, allowing hands-free telephone functionality complete with speed-dialing, caller ID, custom ringers, and other enhancements. Built-in echo cancellation affords full-duplex performance for clear, seamless voice communication using the TSW-560’s integrated microphone and speakers.[2]
Built-in Camera A 5 megapixel camera is built into the TSW-560 to support video intercom and room monitoring capabilities. This feature allows individuals to communicate both verbally and visually between two touch screens, or between one touch screen and a Rava-compatible video door station. It can also be used to visually monitor any room securely using an H.264 compatible decoder (Crestron DM-TXRX-100-STR, DM-RMC-100-STR, or similar [3]) or a third-party video monitoring system. When not needed, the camera feature can be turned off programmatically through the control system. A “no-camera” model is also available.[2]
Sonos® App Merging technologies from Sonos and Crestron brings a whole-house music experience like no other. From any touch screen in the house, a family can effortlessly browse for tracks, artists, or playlists using all the services available from Sonos and instantly play them in any room using Sonos wireless speakers or a Crestron Sonnex® Multiroom Audio System. The Sonos app runs natively on the TSW-560, enabling enhanced control of Sonos products as part of a complete Crestron system. The app checks for updates nightly so it’s always current.[1] Notes: 1. Voice recognition, web browsing, weather information, Sonos app, and certain other functions require an Internet connection. 2. The camera and microphone are included on models TSW-560-B-S and TSW-560-W-S only. To ensure privacy, the camera and microphone can be defeated programmatically at any time. For applications demanding an extra measure of privacy, Crestron offers the TSW-560-NC-B-S “no camera” model, which has no physical camera or microphone installed. The no camera model is only available in the smooth black finish. 3. Item(s) sold separately.

Summary Of Features
Ultra clean, modern appearance
Thin profile and small footprint
Affordable and easy to install
5" widescreen active-matrix color display
960 x 540 qHD display resolution
Capacitive touch screen technology
Multi-touch capable
Smart Graphics® performance
Backlit soft-touch capacitive buttons
Any/all button hide feature
Auto-brightness control
Voice recognition capability [1,2]
H.264 or MJPEG streaming video display
Built-in 5 MP H.264 IP camera [2]
Built-in microphone and speakers [2]
Rava® SIP intercom and phone technology [2]
Native Sonos® app
Crestron Fusion® room scheduling [4]
Built-in PinPoint™ beacon [5]
Customizable audio feedback
Built-in web browsing [1]
On-screen multi-language keyboard
Customizable screensaver
Single-wire Ethernet connectivity
PoE or PoE+ network powered [4]
Pre or post-construction wall mounting
Lectern mount over a rectangular cutout
TSW-UMB-60 Universal Mounting Bracket included
TSW-UMB-60-PMK Pre-Construction Mounting Kit included [6]
Masonry compatible back box available [3,6]
Tabletop and swivel mount options available [3]
Available in smooth black or white finish [2]

1. Voice recognition, web browsing, weather information, Sonos app, and certain other functions require an Internet connection.
2. The camera and microphone are included on models TSW-560-B-S and TSW-560-W-S only. To ensure privacy, the camera and microphone can be defeated programmatically at any time. For applications demanding an extra measure of privacy, Crestron offers the TSW-560-NC-B-S “no camera” model, which has no physical camera or microphone installed. The no camera model is only available in the smooth black finish.
3. Item(s) sold separately.
4. Room scheduling functionality and support for the SSW hallway sign via USB require the Room Scheduling SmartObject to be loaded on the touch screen. Certain functionality and hardware features are disabled when running the Room Scheduling SmartObject. The Room Scheduling SmartObject is not yet available. The touch screen must be powered by a PoE+ power source when a SSW hallway sign is connected via USB.
5. PinPoint beacon functionality will be enabled through a future firmware update. When enabled, the TSW-560 will provide an integrated, equivalent alternative to the standalone PP-100 beacon. For more details, refer to the PP-100 spec sheet. Bluetooth technology is used solely for proximity detection and does not transmit or receive any control, multimedia, or personal data. PinPoint beacons are only visible to Bluetooth enabled devices that are specifically programmed and configured to work with your system. PinPoint is currently only compatible with Apple® iOS® devices.
6. The TSW-UMB-60 mounting bracket (included) is compatible with older TSW-UMB-PMK preconstruction mounting kits and TSW-550-BBI back boxes, allowing the TSW-560 touch screen to be installed in place of a previous generation TSW-5xx series touch screen, or any other device that was originally installed using the a TSW-UMB-PMK or TSW-550-BBI, without modification to the wall.

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Zaprojektowane w: United States
Wyprodukowane w: United States

Kategoria BIMobject: Elementy elektroniczne - Komunikacja
Uniclass 1.4 Kod: JW
Uniclass 1.4 Opis: Communications, security, safety and protection systems
Uniclass 2015 Kod: Pr_70_75
Uniclass 2015 Opis: Communications products
CSI MasterFormat 2014 Code: 27 20 00
CSI MasterFormat 2014 Title: Data Communications
Numer OmniClass: 23-37 23 00
Tytuł OmniClass: Telecommunications Equipment
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