Showing off its product diversity, control and automation company RTI has begun shipping its latest commercial/residential solution — the CX10 touchpanel.
Integrators can use the 10-inch CX10 “from the executive boardroom to the gourmet kitchen,” says the company, providing an easy-to-use control touchpanel for a multitude of environments.
“With the introduction of the CX10, we continue to broaden our range of innovative control touchpanels, providing integrators with yet another great option for residential and commercial clients,” says Mike Everett, vice president of global sales, RTI. “The CX10 is a step up in touchscreen size from our CX7, which will give our dealers more space to create a custom interface, but the features that set this unit apart are the ability to watch HD video, built-in video intercom and amazing installation flexibility.”
RTI CX10 Control Touchpanel Features
The user interface features a 10-inch, touch-capacitive 1200×800 WXGA resolution LCD screen. That LCD screen also delivers an HD video experience supported by the inclusion of an HDBaseT input and stereo speakers. RTI emphasizes the product easily mounts on countertops and tabletops as well as underneath cabinets.
The unit offers a tilt range of 10 degrees to 90 degrees. It includes video intercom support with built-in composite video inputs for the connection of security cameras, and proximity sensors that brings the control touchpanel back to life when approached.
Some of the CX10’s dealer options include wired 10/100 BaseT and wireless Ethernet to support two-way control and feedback, as well as programming upgrades. Integrators have the option of using a separate power supply or Power over Ethernet Plus to power the touchscreen.
The CX10’s interface experience is customizable through RTI’s Integration Designer APEX software.
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The new CX10 is designed with flexibility in mind, enabling it to be set on a countertop or inverted and mounted under a cabinet with a wide tilt range to provide the best viewing angle. Both touchscreens double as high-resolution displays where users can watch HD video via the HDBaseT video input, and also support video intercom functionality.
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