Three new touch panels from Extron

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Extron Electronics has announced the immediate availability of three new TouchLink Pro touch panel models. The 12” TLP Pro 1220TG, 10” TLP Pro 1022T and the 5” TLC Pro 521M feature capacitive and vibrant glass touch screens that provide more responsive control surfaces and greater viewing angles. The TLP Pro 1220TG features video preview inputs that support high resolution HDCP-compliant video from HDMI sources and Extron XTP devices. The TLC Pro 521M TouchLink Pro controller features a secure and powerful built-in control processor and supports Ethernet-controllable devices. All three customisable touch panels feature faster processing and more memory. For ease of integration, these touch panels receive power and communication over a single Ethernet cable. The stylish designs and features make them ideal for control applications requiring fully-customisable touch panels with flexible mounting options.

“We are very pleased to offer our customers three new Pro Series touch panels to add to this growing family,” says Extron vice president of Sales Casey Hall. “These powerful and stylish touch panels offer industry-leading performance and versatile mounting options that are ideal for a wide range of AV applications.”

All of these new touch panels are designed for use in AV system applications that require complete, interactive control of a broad range of devices. TouchLink Pro touch panels operate using standard network infrastructure and are easy to install with reliable and cost effective Ethernet cable. They are customised using Extron GUI designer software. This intuitive interface design software offers ready-to-use resource kits to help design a wide variety of interfaces for rooms and presentation environments. For mounting flexibility, the TLP Pro 1220TG and TLP Pro 1022T can be removed from its bases and mounted on a standard VESA mounting arm or bracket. The TLC Pro 521M can be mounted in landscape or portrait orientation on a wall, lectern, or any flat surface, including glass.

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