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Extron Introduces 7-inch TouchLink Touchpanel With Contemporary Thin Bezel Design

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Extron Electronics is pleased to introduce two, newly-designed 7-inch touchpanels. The TLP 710MV and TLP 710TV are fully configurable, 7″ touchpanels featuring contemporary, thin bezel designs that complement the aesthetics of any environment. The Extron TLP 710 Series has an 800×480 resolution touchscreen and incorporates PoE – Power over Ethernet, which eliminates the need for a local power supply. Each model has a built-in MTP – Twisted Pair receiver, which accepts either S-video or composite video signals over standard CAT 5 cable. This enhanced connectivity provides integration flexibility and aids in cable management by minimizing the number of connections at the touchpanel. The TLP 710MV mounts on a wall, lectern, or other flat surface, while The TLP 710TV is designed to sit on a tabletop or install on a VESA mount. Both are ideal for control environments requiring a 7-inch control surface within an elegant touchpanel design.

“Our customers asked for a touchpanel that incorporated the sleek look and feel of our 10-inch TLP 1000 Series, but in a more compact form factor,” says Casey Hall, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Extron. “The TLP 710 Series fits the bill, with the same powerful features, including PoE and an integrated twisted pair receiver, but in a slightly smaller package.”

GUI Configurator software makes configuration of the touchpanel easy, without the need for additional graphics programs. This software offers ready-to-use templates for single display rooms, dual display rooms, divisible rooms, multi-image systems and video conference suites. These designs may be used as is, or customized for the application by simply changing individual graphic elements.

The TLP 710MV and TLP 710TV work in conjunction with any Extron IP Link® Control Processor, such as the Extron IPCP 505 Control Processor. They are designed for use in AV system applications that require complete, interactive control of conferencing systems, displays, switchers, and source devices. The touchpanels and IP Link Control Processors communicate using a standard Ethernet network, allowing utilization of existing infrastructure.

Visit our Web site at www.extron.com/tlp710series for more information.

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