Through Crestron’s new partnership with Vitrea, the VTouch keypad featuring Cresnet connectivity is now a Crestron Connecteddevice, providing another control option to Crestron residential clients. The company also has formed a new partnership with Tyba, to integrate with its Turn rotary keypads developed.
Crestron Connected devices can easily be connected to any home network using standard Ethernet cable. Crestron keypads deliver an advanced custom control solution as part of a complete Crestron smart home. The Vitrea VTouch keypad featuring Cresnet connectivity features a modern design, with features including LED light identification, multi-press configuration, and customizable glass panel designs.
The VTouch keypad featuring Cresnet connectivity is available in a variety of elegant glass colors in standard or matte finish, or with customizable glass panels. Blue LED light surrounds the keypad to make it easy to locate in the dark. The LED light intensity is fully adjustable. Single and double gang models are available with 1 to 16 keys. Installation can be standard or flush mount.
Turn, a new generation of rotary keypads developed by Tyba, is now a Crestron Connected device. With its uncluttered configurable interface, intuitive rotary control, and clean design, Turn adds style and finesse to any residential space. When connected to a Crestron control system, Turn performs just like any native Crestron control device.
The Cresnet bus is the communications backbone for Crestron keypads, along with many Crestron lighting controllers, shade motors, sensors, and other devices. Cresnet is a simple, yet flexible 4-wire network that provides bidirectional communication and 24VDC power for Cresnet devices. Cresnet supports up to 252 keypads and other devices.