To complement the "concealed" in-wall speakers a subwoofer was developed that, as in traditional sound systems, boosts the lower frequencies. But unlike conventional appliances this in-wall subwoofer is unusually flat which makes it ideal for installation in homes or public spaces.
Every multimedia appliance can be activated and controlled by touch, operating a mechanical element (e.g. wheel, lever) or sound (e.g. clapping).
The HaptiControl is an interface that has been specially designed for this purpose; it digitalizes the various sensors and transmits the information as a configurable, serial data stream. The data is processed and controlled using a conventional PC.
The Multipot-64 was developed to control complex lighting environments such as those used for exhibitions.
The Multipot-64 controls up to 64 NV transformers by means of 1-10V interfaces (e.g. Instatronic transfomer, fluorescent tubes-electronic control gear). Alternatively, the interfaces can also be used to operate LEDs.
Every channel is configured for the required terminal via the RS232 interface and must be provided with a corresponding lighting characteristic curve. The configuration is stored in the flash memory. The illuminant is controlled via the DMX or RS232 interface (the latter also makes it possible to define groups as well as brightness levels and to display ramp times).
The Cresnet Hub was developed as an addition to the Crestron systems used in public spaces and homes to control audio units, video, blinds, air-conditioning etc.
Up to twelve lines lead from the Cresnet PSU/hub (star formation, max. length 1000m). The current supplied to the connected appliances (e.g. touch panels) is 200 W per line maximum, or 600 W max. total load.
Each of the lines is monitored. In the event of overload, the 24V power supply is shut off and an error message appears on the appliance's LED display.
All status reports on the Cresnet hub (temperature, load per line, total load, communications errors etc.) are transmitted via a serial interface and can be displayed on a touch panel, web server or computer.