The Crestron® TSW‑1070 series is a stylish and versatile wall mount touch screen that is ideal for residential and enterprise applications. The TSW‑1070 features a 10.1 in. (257 mm) capacitive touch screen display with custom‑programmable control buttons and support forSmart Graphics® software and HTML5‑based custom UIprojects. PoEand Wi‑Fi® network connectivity and a comprehensive assortment of mounting accessories simplify new and retrofit installations.
Advanced Touch Screen Control
The TSW‑1070 offers a sleek and powerful user interface for controlling technology in a home, boardroom, classroom, or command center. The touch screen provides an intuitive interface that is fully customizable with easy-to-use capacitive controls, true feedback, and real-time status display. Abuilt-in proximity sensor wakes the screen without requiring any user interaction, and automatic brightness controls ensure optimal visibility under varying lighting conditions.
Custom-Programmable Virtual Buttons
The TSW‑1070 provides a universal status bar that is populated with virtual buttons for quick access to common touch screen functions. The touch screen comes preconfigured with virtual buttons for Power, Home, Lights, Up, Down, and Microphone. Each button can be programmed via a Crestron control system to provide custom functionality, and unused buttons can be hidden individually. The universal status bar is expanded or hidden using simple swipe gestures on touch screen display.
Dynamic User Interfaces
The TSW‑1070 supports custom user interfaces created with Crestron HTML5 User Interface and Smart Graphics technologies, allowing greater flexibility for UI developers and programmers.
With built‑in voice recognition, spoken commands can be issued to the TSW‑1070 to quickly turn devices on or off, select and play a specific media source, change the channel, choose a lighting scene, lower the window shades, lock the doors, arm the security system, or enter a password. Simply say a command and Crestron does the rest.1,2
Native support for H.265, H.264, and MJPEG formats allows the TSW‑1070 to display live streaming video from an IP camera, a streaming encoder (Crestron DM‑TXRX‑100‑STR, or similar), or a DigitalMedia™ switcher.3 Video is delivered to the touch screen over Ethernet, eliminating the need for any extra video wiring.
Rava SIP Intercom Technology enables hands‑free VoIP communication with other Rava‑enabled touch screens and door stations. Rava works over Ethernet, supporting 2-way intercom and paging without requiring any special wiring. VoIP phone capability is also possible through integration with a SIP‑compatible IP phone system or SIP server, allowing hands‑free telephone functionality complete with speed-dialing, caller ID, custom ringers, and other enhancements. Built‑in echo cancellation affords full‑duplex performance for clear, seamless voice communication using the integrated microphone and speakers.2
Sonos and Crestron have partnered to provide a powerful whole-house music experience. From any touch screen in the house, browse for tracks, artists, or playlists using all the services available from Sonos and instantly play them in any room using Sonos® wireless speakers or a Crestron Sonnex® multiroom audio system. The Sonos app runs natively on the TSW‑1070, enabling enhanced control of Sonos products as part of a complete Crestron system. The app checks for updates nightly so it’s always current, and support for the Sonos S2 App is provided.1
Crestron Room Scheduling App
As part of a complete enterprise room scheduling solution, the TSW‑1070 can be deployed as a scheduling panel via the Crestron room scheduling app. ACrestron scheduling panel can be installed at the entrance of a meeting room to provide indication of the room’s availability and a view of its schedule for the day. If desired, the room can be reserved on the spot for an ad hoc meeting. ACEN‑ODT‑C‑POE occupancy sensor can also be paired to the touch screen, allowing for occupancy status to be reported instantly to the scheduling app for no‑shows and unscheduled room usage.3,4
Running the Crestron Scheduling App, the TSW‑1070 integrates directly with Crestron Fusion® software, Microsoft Exchange Server® software (for users of Outlook® software and Office365® software), the Google Calendar™ calendaring app (including G Suite™ software), CollegeNET® 25Live® scheduling software, or Ad Astra™ software. IBM® Notes® software is also supported through a Crestron Fusion on‑premises server.
Third-Party Scheduling Apps
The TSW‑1070 also includes support various third-party scheduling applications. New providers are made available via firmware updates. Whatever provider you choose, setup is as simple as connecting the touch screen to the network and choosing an app from the web-based setup menu or built-in setup screens. The selected app downloads from the cloud and installs on the touch screen without any programming or control system required.5,6
Zoom Rooms App
The Zoom Rooms™ conferencing control application enables the TSW‑1070 to be used as a touch screen control panel for a Zoom Rooms software-based conferencing and collaboration solution. The TSW‑1070 offers a superior alternative to a consumer tablet device, providing a more reliable and secure platform with versatile, streamlined mounting options. The TSW‑1070 may be configured to run the Zoom Rooms app exclusively, or to allow toggling between the Zoom Rooms app and touch screen control mode. The latter option is used to integrate Zoom Rooms conferencing into a larger AV system while providing touch screen control for both.7
NOTE: The Zoom ultrasonic proximity signal is supported up to an average of 9 ft (2.74 m) from the TSW‑1070 touch screen to an end user device. The range will vary based on environmental noise, the sensitivity of the end user device, and the orientation to the touch screen.
Microsoft Teams App
The Microsoft Teams® online meeting solution is the hub for teamwork in Office 365® software, engaging people through messaging, voice over IP, online meetings, conferencing, content sharing, and collaboration. The Microsoft Teams application on the TSW‑1070 enables presentation, calling, conferencing, and collaboration — all through a single touch screen console, with exceptional full‑duplex wideband audio and HD video. A consistent user experience in every meeting space is provided via the familiar and intuitive Microsoft Teams UI, affording simple operation, built‑in calendaring, and one-touch meeting joins.
NOTE: The TSW‑1070 must be operated in Microsoft Teams mode in conjunction with a UC‑ENGINE or UC‑BRKT‑100‑ASSY.3
Crestron Home OSControl
The TSW‑1070 may be used to control a Crestron Home® OS whole home solution. Select the Crestron Home app from the touch screen to control lighting, shades, climate, media, security, and cameras, including the ability to create and recall scenes that create a desired ambiance throughout a home. A TSW‑1070 may be installed in each room to provide easy access to various Crestron Home functions for both the room and the home.
The built‑in Bluetooth® proximity detection beacon enhances the intelligence and personalization of a Crestron system by enabling a smartphone or tablet device to always know what room it is in. It works with the Crestron Go App and Crestron App to determine when the mobile device is in or near the same room as the beacon, and signals the mobile app to automatically display the appropriate controls and information for the room.2,8
Using its built‑in web browser, the TSW‑1070 provides access to online program guides and other web-based services, and it can be used to control DVRs and other devices without having to pick up a separate tablet or smartphone.1
Wired and Wi-Fi Connectivity
An Ethernet LAN connection is all that is required to wire the TSW‑1070, containing all control, video, intercom, and power signals within a single wire.
For deployments without access to Ethernet, the touch screen can also be connected the network over Wi‑Fi communications via a local wireless access point (WAP).
Power over Ethernet
Using PoE technology, the TSW‑1070 gets its operating power directly through the network cable. PoE (Power over Ethernet) eliminates the need for a local power supply or any dedicated power wiring. Crestron PoE switches (CEN‑SW‑POE‑5 or CEN‑SWPOE‑163) offer a total networking solution with built‑in PoE for multiple touch screens. A PoE Injector (PWE‑4803RU3) is also available to support a single touch screen.
NOTE: PoE+ is required when connecting a light bar or hallway sign via USB. Refer to the “Power” specifications for more details.
Room Scheduling Accessories
The TSW‑1070 provides dual high-speed USB2.0 ports for connecting supported Crestron room scheduling accessories to the touch screen.3
The TSW‑1070 is also compatible with Wall-Smart® flush wall mount products via a partnership with Crestron. For more information on supported Wall‑Smart hardware, click here.
The Crestron phone app allows you to adjust your home's systems from anywhere, and can alert you to potential issues with live notifications.
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Their products are extremely reliable and their choice of colors for switches, keypads, and faceplates is unmatched. Crestron created its own lighting system, which largely emulates Lutron. It has slightly fewer color options, but most Crestron dealers would tell you that the capabilities are very similar.
|Crestron||$20,000 - $100,000||High-end complete home automation. Primarily a commercial automation company. Requires professional installation.|
|Apple||Varies||Apple doesn't carry any of its own products but has an app operating system for central control.|