The new device combines a 10-inch touch panel with an integrated Velocity gateway, simplifying installations that require control of only a single room or AV system.
“While our second-generation Velocity architecture delivers exceptional efficiencies by supporting multi-room deployments through one hardware or software gateway, single-room AV applications can benefit from an even more streamlined approach,” said David Shamir, Vice President of Product Management, Atlona.
“The VTPG-1000VL provides an all-in-one alternative for AV control in individual rooms, reducing components and simplifying configuration for discrete meeting and education spaces, divisible rooms, and hospitality or retail locations.”
The new touch panel’s integrated Velocity gateway supports AV system control for one room with up to 24 devices and two scheduling panels, eliminating the need for additional control processors and the space to support them.
Intuitive, browser-based configuration enables fast and easy setup by guiding users through adding AV equipment to the room; selecting or customizing user interfaces; and specifying control macros.
Velocity’s IP-based architecture reduces components and simplifies cabling by controlling multiple AV devices through the Ethernet connection of the VTPG-1000VL.
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