CYP Europe debuts CR-UDC1 universal device controller

CYP has launched its CR-UDC1 universal device controller, designed for controlling a range of equipment within the same local network.

When connected to a local network, natively supported devices can be automatically detected, monitored and controlled via a unified WebGUI interface with the ability to manually add control functionality for third party devices as well.

Devices can be assigned as needed across multiple rooms with individually defined usage scenarios, with automation events in each room.

The unit supports individual scenario configuration scripts and provides an automation event editor to assist installers in building their event space.

Scheduling is also supported through an automation event editor, which also supports physical trigger activation, device monitoring and direct device polling to control the actions of devices.

The unit’s WebGUI can be accessed remotely via a standard web browser or controlled locally by connecting the unit to an HDMI display with a USB mouse and keyboard.

A trigger input interface is also available, allowing the addition of  remote-control keypad, or other trigger-supporting product which can be installed within a podium or within a table in a conference room or classroom.

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