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AMX 19.4-inch Modero X® Series G5 Panoramic Tabletop Touch Panel

Utilizing the best materials and unrivaled industrial design, the 19.4” Modero X G5, the flagship of AMX control panels highlights the best of what’s possible with AMX technology. Faster processing, gesture-based control, high-quality video streaming and onboard apps put the Modero X G5 in a class all its own.




AMX AMX Enova DVX-3156HD 10x4 All-In-One Presentation Switcher

The Enova® DVX-3156HD All-In-One Presentation Switcher includes all of the features that have made the Enova DVX family legendary among all-in-one presentations switchers but adds two additional DXLink distance transport inputs for a total of four to more capably support remotely located sources.




RGB Spectrum Enterprise MCMS

RGB Spectrum’s Enterprise MCMS is an innovative hardware and software platform that integrates disparate systems over IP (LAN/WAN) without requiring custom software. Combining real-time display with multi-user KVM and extensive remote capabilities, Enterprise MCMS supports remote sources, operators and supervisors located anywhere…




Crestron Electronics GL-IPAC-SW8 Crestron Green Light® Integrated Switching System

Crestron GL-IPAC-SW8 provides affordable, reliable performance for smaller lighting systems. Supporting up to 8 circuits of lighting loads, it features inputs for keypads, occupancy sensors, and photo sensors, plus an LCD display for easy system setup. It’s the perfect solution for a wide range of applications that typically require…




Extron Electronics Global Configurator Professional

Global Configurator™ is Extron’s most powerful and versatile control system configuration software. It is designed to be used exclusively with Extron Pro Series control systems, and helps streamline integration. Powerful features, such as conditional logic, variables, and macros provide even greater flexibility for more elaborate…




iRule, LLC On Controls 3.3

On Controls is a software platform that turns an iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Android phone or tablet into a powerful control system. On Controls can control almost anything in a commercial, corporate, or retail environment from one convenient, easy-to-use customizable touchscreen device.




Pro Control Pro.rfz Wireless Range Extender

The Pro.rfz wireless range extender makes it simple and cost effective to extend the ProLink.z processor’s 2.4 GHz ZigBee® wireless network to additional areas of a home or commercial facility, providing users with powerful two-way control and feedback —  including song metadata, current temperature, and more —  via the sleek…




Crestron Electronics RMC3 3-Series® Room Media Controller

The Crestron RMC3 is an ultra-compact, cost-effective 3-Series® control system designed to provide control and monitoring for a single display device, a small AV system, lighting and shading, climate control, security, energy management, and more. It’s ideal for mass deployment across college campuses, office buildings, museums,…




Crestron Electronics TSW-752 7” Touch Screen

The Crestron TSW-752 touch screen improves upon the popular TSW-750 with support for voice command recognition and on-screen web browsing, delivering even greater convenience and ease-of-use.  The TSW-752 features a clean, contemporary appearance with edge-to-edge glass, brilliant capacitive display, five soft-touch buttons, PoE connectivity,…




ANC Sports Enterprises, LLC vSOFT

vSOFT is a powerful digital display control system that simplifies live event signage presentations with live content editing,  schedules synchronized content for 24/7 media applications, and provides real-time sponsor reporting.  It creates controls, modifies and monitors spectacular digital signage experiences.




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