Crestron, a world renowned manufacturer and supplier of smart control and home automation solutions, yesterday announced two new additions to their list of Crestron Connected Devices.
Through partnerships with companies Tyba and Vitrea, Crestron have announced that both the Turn rotary keypad and the VTouch Keypad Featuring Cresnet Connectivity are now official Crestron Connected Devices.
Crestron Connected Devices can easily be connected to any home network using standard Ethernet cable, and the addition of the Turn and VTouch keypads gives Crestron smart home system owners further stunning control options, according to Crestron.
Turn is an innovative rotary keypad line from Tyba, which boasts an uncluttered configurable interface, intuitive rotary control, and clean design. Able to add extra style and finesse to any residential space, the Turn rotary keypad will now perform just like any native Crestron control device.
The Vitrea VTouch keypad featuring Cresnet connectivity includes unique features such as LED light identification, multi-press configuration, and customisable glass panel designs.
Those are all delivered alongside a chic, modern design which sees blue LED light surround the keypad to make it easy to locate in the dark. The intensity of that LED light is fully adjustable and the Vitrea VTouch keypad is also available in either single or double gang models with between one and 16 keys.