10.1" Touch Screen
A space-saving wall, lectern or tabletop touch screen featuring a clean, contemporary appearance with edge-to-edge glass and advanced high-definition Smart Graphics. Additional features include high-performance H.264 video, Rava SIP Intercom, PoE and standard gang-box installation.
Advanced Touch Screen Control
A Crestron® touch screen offers an ideal user-interface for controlling all the technology in your home, boardroom, classroom, courtroom, or command center. Touch screens do away with piles of remote controls, cluttered wall switches, and cryptic computer screens, simplifying and enhancing the way you use technology. For controlling audio, video, lighting, shades, HVAC, security, and other systems, Crestron touch screens are fully-customizable with easy-to-use controls and icons, true feedback and real-time status display, live streaming video, and advanced navigation of digital media servers, tuners, and other devices.
With its clean, contemporary design highlighted by edge-to-edge glass and stunning HD color graphics, the Crestron TSW-1050 touch screen makes an elegant statement on any wall, tabletop, or lectern. Perfectly at home in the most contemporary residence or modern office building, its high-tech good looks underline its power for simplifying everyday tasks and functions throughout any facility.
The TSW-1050 delivers the ultimate touch screen experience in an unobtrusive, space-saving design featuring a brilliant, high-definition 10.1 inch capacitive touch screen display and 5 soft-touch buttons. PoE connectivity and standard gang-box mounting make installation a breeze for both new and retrofit applications. Additional features include high-performance H.264 video, audio feedback, Rava SIP Intercom, and advanced Smart Graphics.
Crestron touch screens use Smart Graphics to deliver the ultimate user experience and the ultimate value by enabling the creation of dynamically rich user interfaces with incredible efficiency and unparalleled functionality. Using Smart Graphics, programmers can swiftly integrate fluid gesture-driven controls, animated feedback, metadata, embedded apps, and full-motion video for a deeply engaging and ultra-intuitive touch screen experience.
Crestron Smart Graphics include the following enhancements:
The TSW-1050 includes five soft-touch capacitive buttons for quick access to commonly used functions. The buttons are pre-labeled with icons for "Power", "Home", "Lights", "Up", and "Down" functions. Each button is programmable via the control system for custom functionality.
High-performance streaming video capability makes it possible to view security cameras and other video sources over the network right on the touch screen. Native support for H.264 and MJPEG formats allows the TSW-1050 to display live video images from Web cameras and servers such as the Crestron CEN-NVS200 Network Video Streamer.
Rava SIP Intercom
Rava SIP Intercom Technology enables hands-free VoIP communication between any two Rava-enabled Crestron touch screens. Rava works over Ethernet, supporting 2-way intercom, video intercom, paging, and room monitoring without any special wiring. VoIP phone capability is also possible through integration with an SIP-compatible IP phone system or SIP server, allowing hands-free telephone functionality complete with speed-dialing, caller ID, custom ringers, and other enhancements. Built-in echo cancellation affords true-duplex performance for clear, seamless voice communication using the TSW-1050's integrated microphone and speakers.
Customized audio files can be loaded to add another dimension to the touch screen graphics using personalized sounds, button feedback, and voice prompts.
A simple Ethernet LAN connection is all that is required to wire the TSW-1050, containing all control, video, intercom, and power signals within a single wire.
Power over Ethernet
Using PoE technology, the TSW-1050 gets its operating power right through the LAN wiring. PoE (Power over Ethernet) eliminates the need for a local power supply or any dedicated power wiring. A PoE Injector (PWE-4803RU) simply connects in line with the LAN cable at a convenient location. Crestron PoE switches (CEN-SW-POE-5, CEN-SWPOE-16, or CEN-SWPOE-24) may also be used to provide a total networking solution with built-in PoE.
Simple, Versatile Mounting
The TSW-1050 installs easily over a 2-gang or 3-gang electrical box, or a 2-gang European electrical box. It can also be attached directly to drywall and other surfaces over the front of a 2-3/8" H x 3-3/8" W (60mm H x 86mm W) cutout. When installed, it protrudes just 1/2 inch from the mounting surface and is magnetically adhered to its mounting bracket, eliminating any visible screws for an ultra clean appearance.
Using the optional TableTop Kit (TSW-1050-TTK), the TSW-1050 becomes a stylish, freestanding touch screen that fits perfectly on a table, desk, or countertop. It can even be permanently attached to the surface using the optional Swivel Mount Kit (TSW-550/750/1050-SMK).
This product may be purchased from an authorized Crestron dealer. To find a dealer, please contact the Crestron sales representative for your area. A list of sales representatives is available online at www.crestron.com/salesreps or by calling 800-237-2041.
The specific patents that cover Crestron products are listed online at: patents.crestron.com.
Crestron, the Crestron logo, Rava, Smart Graphics, SmartObjects, and TouchPoint are either trademarks or registered trademarks of Crestron Electronics, Inc. in the United States and/or other countries. Windows is either a trademark or registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. Other trademarks, registered trademarks, and trade names may be used in this document to refer to either the entities claiming the marks and names or their products. Crestron disclaims any proprietary interest in the marks and names of others. Crestron is not responsible for errors in typography or photography. Specifications are subject to change without notice. ©2013 Crestron Electronics, Inc.
Last Updated: Apr 18, 2013