Extron Introduces Two Newly Designed, Thin-Frame 7" Touch Screens Extron Electronics has introduced two newly designed 7" touch screens. The TLP 710MV and TLP 710TV are fully configurable 7" TouchLink touchscreens. Its modern, narrow-frame design is suitable for the aesthetic needs of any installation environment. The Extron TLP 710 Series supports 800x480 resolution touch screens and Power over Ethernet (PoE) without the need for a local power supply. Each model has a built-in twisted pair receiver that accepts S-video or composite video over standard CAT 5 cable. This enhanced connection provides integration flexibility and helps in cable management by minimizing the number of touchscreen connections. The TLP 710MV can be mounted on a wall, lectern, or other surface while the TLP 710TV is designed to be mounted on a tabletop or mounted on a VESA stand. Both products are ideal for a control environment requiring a 7" control panel and an elegant touch screen design.

“Our customers requested a touchscreen that integrates the smooth shape and touch of our 10” TLP 1000 Series, but with a smaller size,” said Casey Hall, vice president of sales and marketing at Extron, “The TLP 710 series with its slimmer form factor The same powerful features, including PoE and built-in twisted pair receivers, can meet this need. ”

The GUI Configurator software makes it easy to configure the touch screen without the need for additional graphics programs. This software provides ready-to-use templates for single display rooms, dual display rooms, split rooms, multiple image systems, and video conferencing venues. These designs can be used directly in some applications or custom-made by simply changing individual graphical elements.

The TLP 710MV and TLP 710TV can work with any Extron IP Link control processor, such as the Extron IPCP 505. They are designed for applications that require full interactive control of video systems for display systems, display devices, switchers, and source devices. The touch screen and IP Link control processor communicate over a standard Ethernet network, leveraging existing network infrastructure.