Company says new models speed and simplify system installations thanks to new automatic display and switching control
Crestron announced it is now shipping its new DMPS3-200-C and DMPS3-300-C all-in-one presentation systems.
With a built-in Crestron 3-Series Control System®, these next generation models aim to deliver performance and convenience in a network-grade appliance, said the company.
Faster processing, no programming
The DMPS3-200-C and DMPS3-300-C make installation and commissioning easy, says the company, especially since users can get a matrix switching system up and running without a laptop.
Systems integrators can configure the DMPS3-200-C and DMPS3-300-C, including selection of display drivers, from the optional pre-loaded TSW-750 touch screen, or from an iPad or computer. Users must answer a few questions; select a display, sources, icons, and text labels. Add wireless BYOD presentation capability by connecting a Crestron AirMedia™ device (AM-100) to the HDMI® port.
DMPS integrates the control system, multimedia matrix switcher, mic mixer, audio DSP, amplifier, and DigitalMedia distribution center into a single 3-space rackmount package. These new models also feature enhanced audio performance compared to the prior generation of DMPS, notes the company.
Built for the enterprise
According to Crestron, DMPS3-200-C and DMPS3-300-C deliver all the advanced features of the category-leading DMPS series and then up the ante with a powerful Crestron 3-Series Control System.
IP technology is the heart of the 3-Series Control System, notes Crestron. 3-Series® also delivers enterprise security through Active Directory. High-speed Ethernet connectivity enables integration with IP-controllable devices and allows the DMPS3-200-C and DMPS3-300-C to be part of a larger managed control network.
The Crestron 3-Series also includes:
- Support for 802.1x authentication technology
- Built-in BACnet IP support to help enable seamless integration with existing building management systems
- Support for SIMPL# enables C# programmers to develop AV applications
- High-speed, real-time multi-tasking to run up to ten programs simultaneously
- A dramatic reduction in compile time
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