Crestron Cameo keypads
Crestron's Cameo flush-mount keypads are engineered to offer the same level of performance as its other control solutions in a design that incorporates minimalist qualities.
Crestron has always been one of the most proactive manufacturers in the entire custom electronics industry and its new Cameo keypads takes the company’s familiar keypad product and adds more versatility to this popular product line.
Recently the New Jersey-based company upgraded the Cameo line with new options that include wired and wireless connectivity through the use of its InfiNET EX wireless technologies; new button configurations, a choice of colors and new contemporary industrial designs. Crestron says with the newly added options custom electronics professionals will have more ways to meet their clients design and user interface requirements all through a line of products that are more affordable.
Highlighting the updates the company made to the Cameo products is its implementation of a split-button design that provides two additional buttons per keypad. Crestron says that dealers can utilize the extra buttons for functions such as multiroom audio system volume up/down or the up/down dimming of their lighting control systems. The keypads mount flush and they incorporate built-in Versiport control ports to support the connection of local devices, including Crestron’s GLS Occupancy Sensors and Photocells; contact closures and other products that support the monitoring of lighting levels and other conditions.
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