Room Media Controller
A very small, low-cost 2-Series control system with high-performance and limitless uses.
The QM-RMC is a very compact 2-Series Ethernet control system, which may be used standalone for small or specialized IP-based control applications, or as an expansion module for larger systems. The QM-RMC provides a very cost-effective solution for controlling and monitoring any number of classroom video projectors, public display devices, centralized AV matrix routers, codecs, lighting systems, or remote motorized cameras over an IP network. Combining high performance and versatility at an affordable cost makes the QM-RMC ideal for mass deployment throughout college campuses, corporate meeting and training centers, and other multi-room facilities.
The QM-RMC is designed to mount inconspicuously at a projector, flat panel display, or any other device that requires control. The QM-RMC communicates securely and transparently via 10/100 Ethernet to any IP-enabled Crestron® touchpanel or control system. Crestron e-Control® 2 XPanel technology is fully supported as well allowing complete control from a computer or mobile device. Hundreds of AV devices and systems throughout a facility can be managed easily using Crestron RoomView® ProAV Help Desk Software, delivering the industry's best centralized control, monitoring and scheduling solution.
Two bi-directional RS-232 ports and one IR/Serial port are provided on the QM-RMC for full control of a wide array of AV devices. In addition, four digital input ports provide for direct connection to room occupancy sensors, power sensors, etc.
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Last Updated: Aug 9, 2010