New from Crestron for the presentation room market are two DMPS3-4K models, all featuring a built-in Crestron 3-Series Control System, analogue and digital AV switching, 4K scaler and direct LAN connectivity with Crestron Fusion software for network management.

The new products are an expansion of the manufacturer’s all-in-one DigitalMedia 3-Series Presentation Systems (DMPS3) with two all-new models designed specifically for single-display applications.

Designed and priced right for a single room or mass deployment throughout a university or corporate enterprise, the DMPS3-4K Series feature out-of-the-box functionality, simple web-based configuration and network deployment.

The three DMPS3-4K models all feature a built-in Crestron 3-Series Control System, analogue and digital AV switching, 4K scaler and direct LAN connectivity with Crestron Fusion software for network management.

Optimised for small rooms, the DMPS3-4K-50 is most suited for connecting local sources to a local display, while the DMPS3-4K-100-C is designed to connect local sources to an extended display.

The DMPS3-4K-150-C, meanwhile, is designed to connect remote sources to an extended display.

All three models feature built-in Crestron .AV Framework technology, which includes auto-switching, plug-and-play installation with Crestron Connect It cable caddies, automatic display on/off via CEC and intelligent connectivity with Crestron AirMedia presentations gateway for wireless BYOD capability.

Using .AV Framework from the touch screen or web-based tool allows integrators to perform a simple system setup.

They can choose sources and display control and automatically generate the touch screen GUI, to deliver an intuitive, consistent user experience in every room, without any programming.

For a higher level of integration and management, Cresnet occupancy sensors and direct communication with Crestron Fusion are also handled through .AV Framework without writing any code.

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