Versatile New IP Link Pro Control Processor Provides Device and AC Power Control
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Anaheim, California (Feb 5, 2018) - Extron is pleased to introduce the IPCP Pro PCS1 high-performance IP Link Pro control processor with device and AC power control. This unique control processor combines a variety of AV control ports and the ability to supply and manage device power. Featuring IEC power connectors and rated for 100-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz operation, the IPCP Pro PCS1 provides worldwide compatibility. The compact IPCP Pro PCS1 features advanced security standards and Gigabit Ethernet, which ensures compatibility with multiple TouchLink Pro touchpanels using a standard network infrastructure. It also supports Extron LinkLicense, which further enhances the capabilities of Extron Pro Series control systems. The IPCP Pro PCS1 is an ideal choice for controlling multiple devices and control signal types, as well as device power within an AV system.
“The IPCP Pro PCS1 is a versatile and powerful addition to our IP Link Pro family of control processors,” says Casey Hall, Vice President of Worldwide Sales and Marketing for Extron. “It's ideal for providing centralized AV control in a broad range of presentation environments and for managing power to multiple devices. Its compact size makes it easy to fit in an equipment rack or behind a display for power management and AV control in collaboration spaces.”
The Extron IPCP Pro PCS1 can be configured using Global Configurator Plus or Global Configurator Professional software or programmed using Extron Global Scripter. For enterprise-wide applications, GlobalViewer Enterprise can provide centralized AV resource monitoring, management, and control over a computer network. A wide range of control ports, including bidirectional RS-232, IR/Serial, digital I/O, and eBUS make this a powerful control processor well-suited for a wide variety of presentation rooms and modern workspaces.
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