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New AMX Modero S Touch Panels Enhanced to Be More Accessible and Easier to Mount(February 06, 2014)
Amsterdam, The Netherlands (PRWEB) February 06, 2014
Supporting its commitment to create AV solutions for an IT world, at Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) 2014, AMX® was pleased to announce that its new 10 and 7 Modero S Series Touch Panels are now shipping globally and the 4.3 model will be shipping globally in March 2014. Additionally, new front-facing light bars have been added to further simplify confirming the availability of a meeting room. And a new Modero S Series Any Mount 10 Kit or Any Mount 7 Kit offers the ability to mount these touch panels into single and double gang wall boxes, offering users a wide variety of added installation locations.
Expanding on the side-facing, red and green room availability light bars that have made Modero S and Modero X Series Touch Panels so popular, AMX has just added front-facing LED light bars as well for significantly enhanced visibility. No matter which angle the user is facing the touch panel, checking availability from down the hall is even easier from an expanded 180 degree field of view. A simple scheduling interface is also included with Modero S Series Touch Panels to effortlessly view and create events right at the touch panel rather than having to waste time getting to and fumbling through cumbersome scheduling applications.
In addition to a secure lectern/table mount and a multi-surface mount for installation on glass or granite, these panels can now also be installed just about anywhere that might be a convenient location. The new Any Mount Kit allows both the 10 and 7 Modero S Wall Mount Touch Panels to be easily installed in most single or double gang boxes worldwide. It is easier to install than a light switch.
The Modero S Series perfectly complements the sleek design of its sibling Modero X Series family but is more applicable for cost sensitive installations such as smaller huddle spaces and wall scheduling outside conference rooms. Dedicated control, scheduling, 24 bit color depth, streaming video functionality and a long list of popular Modero features come standard with Modero S Touch Panels. The Modero S Series is also ideal for situations where a touch panel must be operated with direct and indirect finger touches such as with a gloved hand, stylus, or prosthetic. The innovative SmoothTouch glass overlay eliminates these considerations.
Availability and Additional Details
AMX is demonstrating the new Modero S Series Touch Panels in AMX Booth 1-F6 at ISE 2014, being held in Amsterdam, February 4 6, 2014. All Modero S Series 10 and 7 Tabletop and Wall Mount models, featuring the new front-facing light bars are now shipping, globally. The new Modero S Series Any Mount Kits are also now shipping, globally. 4.3 Tabletop and Wall Mount models are expected to ship globally, March 2014. For further details, we invite you to visit these online resources:
- Video Overview: Modero S Series Touch Panels
- View this Press Release in the AMX.com Newsroom (includes all downloadable support files)
- 2014 AMX Spring Pocket Guide
AMX is dedicated to integrating AV solutions for an IT World. With the increasing number of technologies and operating platforms at work and home, AMX solves the complexity of managing this technology with reliable, consistent and scalable systems. Our award-winning products span control and automation, system-wide switching and audio/video signal distribution, digital signage and technology management. They are implemented worldwide in conference rooms, homes, classrooms, network operation / command centers, hotels, entertainment venues, broadcast facilities, among others.
AMX was founded in 1982 and is a member of The Duchossois Group of Companies. For more information, visit http://www.amx.com.
AMX, Any Mount, Modero X, Modero S and SmoothTouch are trademarks/registered trademarks AMX, LLC and may be registered in the U.S. and other countries.
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