Altinex Controls Through Touch
Altinex developed the new CP451-008 Wireless Touch-screen Controller to manage a variety of applications, including multimedia control systems, general computing, and real-time data terminals.
Altinex developed the new CP451-008 Wireless Touch-screen Controller to manage a variety of applications, including multimedia control systems, general computing, and real-time data terminals, company officials said. The controller runs an embedded Windows XP operating system and senses touch from a finger, stylus, pen, pencil, gloved finger, and more, according to the company, making it suitable for several PC-based control systems.
The CP451-008 is capable of running on battery power and controls devices over a wireless local area network. A small, lightweight form factor allows it to be carried from room to room and used to control multiple devices on one or more wireless networks.
The preinstalled AVSnap software system provides an environment for designing graphical user interfaces via toolbars for buttons, volume controls, progress bars, and more. AVSnap also incorporates a programming language with an organized interface to simplify complex programming code.
The CP451-008 supports Bluetooth, which, in turn, is compatible with many peripheral devices, such as mice, keyboards, barcode readers, and printers. The controller also comes with an external 12-volt universal power adapter and can connect to the adapter directly or via AC404-101 docking cradle.
"Our new CP-451-008 is a versatile AV system controller, and the included AVSnap design software makes configuring an AV system effortless," said Altinex president and CEO Jack Gershfeld, in a statement.
The CP451-008 is available now with an MSRP of $4,250.