Key Digital Unveils New Products at CEDIA 2013
Sep 13, 2013 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) --
Key Digital said it is extending an exclusive invitation to all journalists, as well as Pro A/V integrators, contractors, consultants, dealers and sales professionals to a personal tour of the totally redesigned Key Digital booth at CEDIA 2013.
According to a release, each visitor will have a chance to see company's newest additions to its product portfolio. Key Digital welcomes all CEDIA 2013 attendees to join our staff at the Booth #3738, at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver, CO on September 25-28.
Mike Tsinberg, the Founder and CEO of Key Digital, will give a presentation "Extending iOS and HDMI as New Rich Integrated Approach for Custom Installations" at CEDIA in Denver, CO on Friday September 27 at 3:30-5 pm.
Key Digital noted that consolidated classes deliver in-depth understanding of Compass Control's limitless graphical template-building methods (morning session), and advanced usage of system variables, system macros, and bi-directional macros (afternoon session) to establish all the foundations needed to present your clients with the control system of their dreams.
Trainees will participate in Compass Control C1*/C2 Level Certification Exams, and begin programming of C3 Certification Project (*C1 Required to become a Compass Control Dealer)
Key Digital will showcase the following products at CEDIA 2013:
Key Digital added it will be the star of the show at InfoComm 2013 with its latest innovation Compass Control, which represents the first fully integrated major control system built from the ground up to use Apple's iOS devices iPad, iPad mini, iPhone, and iPod touch as its backbone.
Compass Control is currently comprised of two main components: the Compass Control Software License (KD-CSLX1, KD-CSLX4, KD-CSLX6, KD-CSLX8) and the Compass Control Master Controller (KD-MC2500). When these two elements are combined with the Compass Control App currently available in the App Store on iTunes any installation is now given complete control over audio, video, HVAC, lighting, shades, and security.
Compass Control has the ability to control devices via RS-232, IR, or via TCP/IP. This new control system provides installers with bi-directional IR, two-way RS-232 with feedback, and two-way TCP/IP control for unlimited flexibility and maximum compatibility with new or existing devices. Compass Control also provides control via relays and sensors demonstrating its nature as an integration tool.
KD-CATHD300 HDBT/HDMI "Lite" via Single CAT5e/6 (TX/RX) Extenders with EDID Control, Full Buffer System, bi-directional RS232 & IR (Cable Run: 200Ft on CAT5e/UTP: 250Ft on CAT6/STP with KD-CAT6STP1X cable)
Key Digital is a developer and manufacturer of technology for HDTV applications, delivering total video systems solutions.
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