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Product Release: Monitor Commander Studio Online
HAUPPAUGE, N.Y. – Monitor Elevator Products now offers an online simulation tool for its Commander™ T2 touch screen car operating panels. The fully interactive Commander Studio enables customers to view screen designs ‘live’ before being loaded onto an elevator’s T2 unit.
The Commander T2 car operating panel replaces traditional mechanical push buttons with a touch panel for choosing floor direction. The customizable interface can be matched to building décor and programmed to deliver supplemental information. High resolution graphics pair tenant logos with floor buttons, provide multi-media building information and entertainment, or deliver advertising messages.
With the Commander Studio interface, customers can review screen designs for editing and approval. The online tool allows the visual and audio elements to be previewed anywhere in the world, exactly as they will work in an actual elevator. If necessary, changes can be requested via email, and updated designs viewed for approval in the Studio interface before being loaded onto the T2 units. The system also maintains an online library of previous customer designs for quick reference.
The vandal-resistant T2 is the first touch screen approved in the United States for use as the main elevator car operating panel. The easy-to-install panel increases elevator efficiency for transit time, enhances passenger experience and lowers the effect of wear and tear. Monitor’s Commander series includes car operating panels, landing call stations and building information centers.
For more information about the Commander products, visit Monitor’s website at www.mcontrols.com or call 877-849-4334.
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