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Crestron ST-1700C Touch-Screen Multimedia Controller And CP2 Processor Unit

Price: £395.00
Location: United Kingdom
Condition: Used
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Date Expires: 04/07/2024
Item ID: 154120
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Crestron ST-1700C Touch-Screen Multimedia Controller And CP2 Processor Unit

Crestron ST-1700C

Crestron ST-1700C Touch-Screen Multimedia Controller And CP2 Processor Unit

In good condition, full working order

Included:

  • 1 x Crestron ST-1700C Touchscreen Multimedia Remote Control
  • 1 x Crestron ST-DSN Docking Base And Charger
  • 1 x Crestron CP2 Control Processor
  • 1 x Crestron CNRFGWA Wireless Control Receiver


Crestron ST-1700 Specifications:

The SmarTouch ST-1700C from Crestron® is a stylish and compact 1-way wireless touch panel featuring a brilliant 5.7" active matrix touch screen and optional pushbuttons. Isys™ color graphics and long-range RF communications combine to deliver amazing touch panel performance with complete freedom of movement.

Touch Screen Display
  • Display Type: TFT Active matrix color LCD
  • Size: 5.7 inch (145 mm) diagonal
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 QVGA
  • Resolution: 320 x 240 pixels
  • Colour Depth: 16-bit, 64k colors
  • Illumination: Backlit fluorescent
  • Viewing Angle: ±65° horizontal, +65°/-40° vertical
  • Touch Screen: Resistive membrane



Wireless

  • RF Transmitter: 433.92 (433) MHz 1-way RF
  • Range: Up to 300 feet typical, subject to site-specific conditions


Memory

  • DRAM: 8 MB
  • Flash: 4 MB
  • Maximum Project Size: 3 MB


Graphic Engine

  • 16-bit non-palette graphics; 65,536 colors; Synapse image rendering algorithm; local animation


Audio

  • Built-in transducer for “key click” sound


Connectors

  • Power: 2.5mm barrel DC power jack; 12 Volt DC power input
  • Cresnet Upload: 3.5 mm mini TRS phone jack; Connects to Cresnet control network while uploading only


Battery

  • Model/Type: ST-BTPN battery pack, NiMH, 4.8 Volt, 4100 mAh
  • Usage per Charge: ~3 hours continuous use at full brightness, 20 hours in standby
  • Charging Time: 2.7 to 6 hours (depending upon use while charging)


Power Requirements

  • Power Pack: 18 Watts (1.5 Amps) @ 12 Volts DC; 120 Volts AC @ 60Hz power pack


Dimensions

  • Height: 3.85 in (98 mm)
  • Width: 8.75 in (223 mm)
  • Depth: 5.51 in (140 mm)
  • Weight: 1.85 lbs (0.84 kg) – not including battery


Crestron CP2 Control Processor Specifications:

Crestron 2-Series Control Systems are the brain of a complete integrated AV or automation solution. Every audio, video, and environmental element of the home, boardroom, classroom, or command center becomes integrated and accessible through the control system. Crestron 2-Series control systems are unmatched for power, performance and scalability, providing the ideal choice for today's demanding control applications.

The CP2 is a compact control system designed for small to medium sized residential and commercial control applications. Three built-in COM ports, eight IR/Serial ports, eight I/O Versiports, and eight isolated relays provide for control of video projectors, plasma displays, switchers, DVD players, screens, lifts, and much more. Additional control ports may be added using Cresnet expansion modules, or by "slaving" an additional CP2 or other control processor.

2-Series Engine
At the heart of the CP2 is the powerful 32-bit Freescale ColdFire® processor. Crestron's exclusive enhanced real-time operating system makes the CP2 the fastest, most reliable control system available.

Cresnet®
Cresnet is the communications backbone for many Crestron touchpanels, keypads, lighting controls, and other devices. The Cresnet bus is a simple, yet flexible 4-wire network that provides rock-solid bidirectional communication for numerous Cresnet devices.

Cresnet Slave Mode
Selectable Cresnet Slave Mode enables the CP2 to be configured as a Cresnet slave device, effectively transforming it into a Cresnet expansion module. Such flexibility can offer a cost-effective solution for system expansion, providing a host of additional control ports in a single module.

  • Processor: CPU 32-bit Freescale ColdFire® Microprocessor
  • Memory: 32 MB SDRAM, 256 KB NVRAM, 4 MB Flash
  • Operating System: Real-time, preemptive multi-threaded/multitasking kernel; FAT32 file system with long names; supports SIMPL™ Windows® and SIMPL+®,
  • Connectors: COM A - C, 3 x DB9 male, bidirectional RS-232/422/485 ports; Up to 115.2k baud; Hardware and software handshaking support; All ports support C2N-NPA8 Network Poll Accelerator
  • INFRARED-SERIAL OUTPUT A - H: 8 x 2-pin 3.5mm detachable terminal blocks, IR/Serial output ports; IR output up to 1.2 MHz; 1-way serial TTL/RS-232 (0-5 Volts) up to 115.2k baud; Individual signal generator per port, allowing simultaneous firing of all port
  • I/O Versiports 1 - 8: 9-pin 3.5mm detachable terminal block comprising (8) digital input/output or analog input ports (referenced to GND); Digital Input: Rated for 0-24 Volts DC, input impedance 20k ohms, logic threshold 1.24 Volts DC; Digital Output: 250mA sink from maximum 24 Volts DC, catch diodes for use with “real world” loads; Analog Input: Rated for 0-10 Volts DC, protected to 24 Volts DC maximum, input impedance 20k ohms; Programmable 5 Volts, 2k ohms pull-up resistor per pi
  • RELAY OUTPUT 1 - 8: 8-pin 3.5mm detachable terminal blocks comprising (8) normally open, isolated relays; Rated 1 Amp, 30 Volts AC/DC; MOV arc suppression across contacts
  • COMPUTER: DB9 female, RS-232 computer console port
  • NET: 4-pin 5mm detachable terminal block; Cresnet port, Master/Slave selectable; Expandable via C2N-NPA8 Network Poll Accelerator
  • 24VDC: 2.1mm barrel DC power jack, 24 Volt DC power input; Passes through to NET port to power Cresnet devices
  • Reset Buttons: HW-R Hardware reset (reboots the control system), SW-R Software reset (restarts the SIMPL program)
  • LED Indicators: PWR (1 green) Indicates DC power supplied to unit, NET (1 yellow) Indicates Cresnet bus activity, MSG (1 red) Indicates control system has generated an error message
  • Power Requirements: 24 Watts (1 Amp) @ 24 Volts DC
  • Available Cresnet Power: 26 Watts using PW-2420RU (sold separately)
  • Cresnet Power Usage: 24 Watts (1 Amp @ 24 Volts DC) with no power supply connected to the 24VDC connector
  • Height: 1.80 in (4.57 cm); 1.70 in (4.32 cm) without feet
  • Width: 17.03 in (43.24 cm); 19.0 in (48.26 cm) with ears
  • Depth: 6.66 in (16.91 cm)
  • Weight: 3.54 lbs (1.59 kg)


Crestron CNRFGWA Wireless Control Receiver Specifications:

The CNRFGWA Gateway is an RF receiver that allows Crestron® 433 MHz 1-way RF wireless touchpanels and handheld remotes to communicate with the control system via the Cresnet® network. Each CNRFGWA affords a range of approximately 300 feet. Extended range can be achieved by distributing multiple gateways throughout a structure. Each gateway behaves as a Cresnet slave device requiring just one Cresnet wire to each gateway location.

Wireless

  • RF Receiver: 433.92 (433) MHz 1-way RF, crystal locked
  • Device Compatibility: Supports up to 256 WPR-48 or CNRFHT remotes, or up to 16 ST-1550C or ST-1700C touch panels
  • Range: Up to 300 feet typical, subject to site-specific conditions and individual device capabilities, Minimum distance allowed between gateways is 50 feet


Connectors

  • NET: 1 x 4-pin 5mm detachable terminal block, Cresnet slave port; Connects to Cresnet control network
  • ANTENNA: 1 x BNC female, connection for supplied antenna; Impedance: 50 Ohms


Controls & Indicators

  • ID CODE: 2 x Rotary DIP switches, for setting the Cresnet ID
  • SIGNAL     1 x Red LED, indicates reception of a valid RF signal
  • I.D. SELECT: 1 x Red LED, indicates communication established with control system
  • NET PWR: 1 x Green LED, indicates DC power supplied from Cresnet network


Power Requirements

  • Cresnet Power Usage: 3 Watts (0.125 Amps @ 24 Volts DC)


Dimensions

  • Height: 7.28 in (185 mm); 15.20 in (387 mm) with antenna
  • Width: 3.25 in (83 mm)
  • Depth: 1.35 in (35 mm)
  • Weight: 1.1 lb (0.5 kg)



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