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Crestron Ships New Network Video Streamer

MJPG Encoder Streams Video to Any Compatible Touchpanel on the Network

ROCKLEIGH, NJ, March 16, 2009 — The perfect accessory for every Crestron-connected home, school or business, the CEN-NVS100 provides a simple solution for streaming video to touchpanels throughout the building. Newly released, the CEN-NVS100 is an MJPG encoder that converts high-resolution video to streaming media, allowing easy monitoring of door entry cameras, nursery cameras or any other video feed.

The CEN-NVS100 accepts full motion video up to D1 resolution and encodes the signals as either MJPG or MPEG4. It works with touchpanels that feature the Crestron MJPEG Viewer application, such as the TPMC-8L, TMPC-8X, and TPMC-4XG.

Simultaneous dual video streams are supported by the CEN-NVS100, and options include text and time stamp overlay, as well as privacy masking that allows any segment of the video image to be obscured. Up to three motion detection windows can be defined, enabling automated events in response to movement within specific onscreen areas. Events can also be triggered when a loss of signal is detected.

The CEN-NVS100 can control a pan/tilt/zoom camera via RS-485, communicates with the control system over Ethernet, and is PoE (Power over Ethernet) compatible.

For more information about Crestron CEN-NVS100, go to www.crestron.com. For high-resolution photos, go to www.crestron.com/pressroom.

About Crestron
For nearly 40 years Crestron has been the world’s leading manufacturer of advanced control and automation systems, innovating technology and reinventing the way people live and work. Offering integrated solutions to control audio, video, computer, IP and environmental systems, Crestron streamlines technology, improving the quality of life for people in corporate boardrooms, conference rooms, classrooms, auditoriums, and in their homes. Crestron’s leadership stems from its dedicated people who are committed to providing the best products, programs and services in the industry.

In addition to its World Headquarters in Rockleigh, New Jersey, Crestron has sales and support offices throughout the U.S., Canada, Europe, Asia, Latin America and Australia.

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