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Bigger Cable Cubby Touch Panel from Extron

Easy-to-Install 7″ Touchpanel That Blends Powerful AV Control with A Cable Cubby

Anaheim, California (October 23, 2018) – Extron is pleased to announce the immediate availability of the TLP Pro 725C, a 7″ Series/2 Cable Cubby TouchLink® Pro Touchpanel with a flip-up touchscreen built into an all-metal cable access enclosure. We redesigned this latest TouchLink Pro touchpanel inside and out with a high-performance quad-core processor, eight times more memory, and a higher resolution, 1024×600 capacitive touchscreen built with scratch and smudge-resistant Corning® Gorilla Glass®. Because it’s built into a Cable Cubby access enclosure, the TLP Pro 725C offers convenient access to AC or USB power, data, and a broad variety of AV connections. For fast installation, a simple, integrated clamp system quickly secures the enclosure to a furniture surface without the need for additional parts or tools. It is ideal for AV applications requiring a Cable Cubby touchpanel with a customizable interface.
“We designed the TLP Pro 725C in answer to customer requests for a flip-up Cable Cubby-style touchpanel with all the latest, powerful TouchLink Pro features,” says Casey Hall, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Extron. “In addition to providing all the powerful control features of our other TouchLink Pro touchpanels, the TLP Pro 725C also has integrated cable and power access with plenty of options for most AV, data, and power needs.
All TouchLink Pro touchpanels can be customized using Extron GUI Designer software. This powerful interface design software offers ready-to-use templates for a wide variety of rooms and presentation environments. These designs may be used as is or customized for the application by simply changing individual graphic elements.
For more information about the TLP Pro 725C, click here.


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