The best user experience on the market is here. Stunning design. Easy navigation. Hundreds of new design features. All made possible by years of dedicated development and robust beta testing by you, our valued dealers. It’s all here, right now, and we’ve made it easy for you to get started.

        Here’s how to update your clients NOW:

        Upgrade Now
        Upgrade your systems to Crestron Home OS 3 now via a simple OS update to your CP4-R.

        Get more technical information on the product pages for Crestron Home OS 3 and CP4-R.
        Upgrade Tutorials
          Steps to upgrading to Crestron Home OS 3 from OS 2
          Adding a user interface device to Crestron Home OS 3
          Preparing a TSW-xx60 touch panel for Crestron Home OS 3

        Dealer Website
        Learn more about Crestron Home OS 3 and how it can help you grow your business.

        End-User Microsite
        Show Crestron Home OS 3 to your clients at our dazzling new microsite

        Asset Portal
        Find everything you need to promote Crestron Home OS 3 at our new dedicated portal.

        Make sure your first Crestron Home OS 3 deployment is a success by following these 7 simple steps.

        Pre-configuration tool for Crestron Home - Now available with the CP4-R Control System

        • Pre-configure Crestron Home lighting via myCrestron Residential Monitoring Service portal
        • Validate your Crestron Home design before you are on site
        • Access your configurations from anywhere. Create, export, and share system reports
        • Simply insert the Deploy Code from myCrestron into the Crestron Home Setup app to deploy the configuration
        • Supports CP4-R and Crestron Home OS 3!

        Register for the myCrestron Residential Monitoring Service here: https://portal.​

        BACnet integration for Crestron Home including special partnership with CoolAutomation


        Native BACnet thermostats will now be built right into the Crestron Home operating system (OS 3 only), providing complete HVAC control of advanced air conditioning systems. The integration will provide the ability to customize the BACnet objects in the Crestron Home app to match your particular installation and will provide the homeowner with the same OS 3 climate experience they know and love.

        This solution is also ideal for MDUs where there is a centralized BACnet controlled HVAC system. It allows mass-deployment of hundreds or thousands of MDU units by pushing out configuration data to the cloud instead of manually commissioning one by one, all done by using the MyCrestron deploy code concept to deploy multiple units from one configuration

        Special partnership with CoolAutomation

        In the development of the BACnet integration, we’ve worked closely with CoolAutomation. Their ethos has always been that integration for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning shouldn’t be complicated or burdensome. Instead, the process should be simple, seamless, and intuitive, both for the user as well as the installer, and should provide significant benefits to both.

        Now Crestron and CoolAutomation have partnered to make that vision a reality, with simple-to-install hardware integration with the Crestron Home operating system. The solution is implemented through the CoolMasterNet HVAC home automation bridge and Crestron Home, providing a true plug-and-play solution that ensures seamless integration of HVAC units from major companies such as:

        • Mitsubishi
        • Toshiba
        • Samsung
        • Daikin
        • Hitachi

        • CoolAutomation solutions are easy to install and, once connected, will be ready for simple integration into Crestron Home.

          Supported CoolAutomation products:

        • CoolMasterNet
        • CoolPlug + CooLinkHub
        • CooLinkBridge

        Apple integration built into the new Crestron Home


        • IP control of Apple TV and voice control through Siri via the TSR-310 in Crestron Home
        • IP control of Apple TV from any user interface, including the TSR-310, Crestron touch screens, and mobile devices

        Visit the partner page for all technical information, and to learn more about what this powerful partnership can do for you and your clients.

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        SiriusXM® is rolling out a new API in December. This update will cause the CEN-NSP-1 and any active Crestron devices using the ATC-AUDIONET card to lose access to the satellite Radio service.

        The CEN-NSP-1 and ATC-AUDIONET will no longer support direct streaming of SiriusXM content as of December 31, 2019. Crestron recommends the Sonos® CONNECT Streaming Player and Preamplifier (SNS-CTNZPUS1) as an alternative, or contact True Blue Support for other options.