Automation Touchscreen - Facility Management Product Release
The new monochrome Clipsal Mark II Touch Screen from Schneider Electric holds enough memory to store up to 100 screens, and can facilitate multipoint switching and dimming, master on/off switching, schedules and scenes with multiple loads.
The logic capability allows simultaneous operation of third-party devices, such as shades and projection screens in addition to lighting control. A USB programming port beneath the front fascia allows programming without removing the unit from the wall, and a separate RS-232 port on the rear facilitates third-party device integration. Display and controls can be configured with symbols, images, clocks, time and text in multiple languages, while area plans and other scenes can be graphically depicted.
The touch screen is available in three fascia styles: Neo, Saturn and stainless steel — to integrate into commercial interior design schemes and match current keypad offerings. Neo keypads are available in white, black, slate and brushed aluminum, while Saturn keypads are available in white, black, cream and mocha.
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