It is designed for installation in a flat, vertical wall structure[1]. Stylish Convenience While docked, the touchpanel is partially recessed, providing a refined appearance and useful functionality while inhibiting unauthorized removal. By pressing a button or entering a passcode on the touchpanel, the mechanism gently extends the touchpanel outward, allowing it to be released for wireless use. A hardware key is also provided to release the touchpanel in the event of a power failure. When the touchpanel is placed in the docking station, it switches automatically from RF wireless to fully-wired operation if either Ethernet or Cresnet are connected.

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With its sleek and innovative desktop docking station, the TPS-6X goes effortlessly from wired tabletop use to fully wireless handheld operation. The TPS-6X brings a new level of wireless versatility to the Isys family of touch screens with Extended Range 2-way RF and 1-way IR wireless capabilities built in, affording a choice of wireless platforms to suit the environment[1].

Compact and portable, the TPS-6X does away with piles of remotes and cryptic control panels, affording true "one-touch" control over a broad range of complex devices and systems. Featuring a bright, beautiful, high-contrast color touch screen display, and a smart array of backlit tactile pushbuttons[2], the TPS-6X offers an ideal user-interface for controlling home theater and multimedia presentation, and a host of other uses.

Its brilliant 5. Dynamic graphics and text capability enable the display of all kinds of useful data and alluring eye candy—from audio settings, TV channels, and lighting levels—to changing icons, photos, and logos—to digital media playlists complete with album cover art. Additional capabilities like animations, multimode objects, PNG translucency, and full-motion video[3] enhance the palette for creating GUIs that are both eye-catching and easy to use.

Tactile Pushbuttons In addition to its touch screen display, the TPS-6X features illuminated tactile pushbuttons for quick access to volume adjustment, channel selection, and on-screen menu navigation functions.

Eight additional pushbuttons, elegantly trimmed by illuminated button dividers, flank the edges of the touch screen to support additional programmable functions. High-quality backlit laser-engraving lends a crisp, legible appearance to button text in both darkened and fully lit rooms[2]. The pushbuttons come pre-engraved with labeling suited to a typical home theater or multimedia presentation application. If needed, customized engraving can be attained simply using Crestron Engraver software[2].

A no-button front bezel is also included with the TPS-6X, which may be installed in place of the button bezel for a very clean appearance with no front panel pushbuttons. Two additional "trigger" style buttons are positioned on top of the TPS-6X for easy control of the display brightness, sleep mode, and other programmable functions. For even greater coverage, the TPS-6X supports roaming amongst up to 8 gateways.

A range of selectable RF channels and power levels helps to maximize performance for both small and large facilities—from boardrooms, classrooms, and home theaters—to auditoriums and convention centers. High-speed bidirectional communication supports true feedback with dynamic graphics and text, affording the capabilities of a wired Isys touch screen in a fully wireless portable package.

Without a wired connection present, the touch screen will continue to operate wirelessly while it charges. The TableTop Tilt Docking Station features a tiltable docking port, allowing the touch screen to be tilted at any angle up to 45 degrees for optimal viewing and operation when docked.

The angle can be freely adjusted, or locked down at a fixed angle. Strong magnets help guide the touch screen onto the docking port and hold it in place, and a finger-operated latch can be engaged at any time to secure the touch screen to the docking station. The touch screen can even be attached to the docking station semi-permanently using a provided locking pin for a sleek, full-time tabletop touch screen solution.

Interface Module For easy, versatile placement, each docking station features a single flexible cable exiting the rear of the docking station base. On the tilt models, this cable can be repositioned to exit the bottom for a very clean, cordless appearance. The 9 ft 2.

The interface module provides all the wired connections for power, communications, and video. Full-Motion Video[3] When docked, the TPS-6X can display full-motion video, providing the ability to monitor a security camera, or preview a DVD or television channel, right on the touch screen display.

The video image is fully scalable for viewing in any sized window or full screen. Lightweight contoured design for wireless handheld use Also affords full-featured tabletop tilt touch screen operation Elegant smooth black or white, or textured black finishes Non-slip rubber grips on rear Illuminated buttons and engravable backlit text[2] 5.



Slider Selects the top line of text to be displayed. The Scrolling Offset determines the top-most entry first line to be displayed and scrolled. For instance, if there are 10 lines of text and Scrolling Offset is at 3, then the fourth line will be seen when the signal is initialized to 0d, and the first three lines will never be visible. For Scrolling Limit Enabled, regardless of the analog value sent it will only function between valid ranges.





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