Extron Says IPCP Pro 360 Is Industry’s First Control Processor with AV LAN Ports, POE+

Published: 2017-07-18

Extron Electronics is announcing the immediate availability of its high-performance control processor IPCP Pro 360. Leveraging power over Ethernet (PoE), the IPCP Pro 360 is equipped with three dedicated AV LAN ports and one standard Ethernet port. The control processor provides PoE+ to external devices; eliminating the need for additional power supplies.


The Anaheim, Calif.-based manufacturer says the IPCP Pro 360 features advanced security standards and Gigabit Ethernet ports, which ensure compatibility with multiple TouchLink Pro touchpanels using a standard network infrastructure.

According to an Extron press release, the AV LAN ports are designed to control local AV devices and safeguard them from outside intrusion or interference. The IPCP Pro 360 can be used with Extron LinkLicense, which further enhances the capabilities of Extron Pro Series control systems.

Extron, which earned two 2017 CI BEST Awards for its StudioStation and XTP II CrossPoint Series, contends that the IPCP Pro 360 is an ideal choice for controlling multiple devices and control signal types within AV systems requiring an isolated AV network.


“This new IPCP Pro 360 is our first control processor that provides the convenience of PoE+ to external devices,” says Casey Hall, vice president of worldwide sales and marketing for Extron, in a press release. “It’s exciting to watch our Pro Series control processors evolve—now combining multiple AV LAN ports with PoE+ output to an already robust control platform, this new IPCP Pro 360 delivers what customers want and the security they need.”

The Extron IPCP Pro 360 can be configured using Global Configurator Plus or Global Configurator Professional software or programmed using Extron Global Scripter, according to the press release.

Integrators can find more information on the Extron IPCP Pro 360 control processor along with resources on Extron’s site.

Watch Extron’s Casey Hall answer three questions from CI editor Tom LeBlanc:

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