Remote Technologies Incorporated (RTI) just announced that the company is now shipping its RK10 in-wall controller. Designed to take command of a room's environmental and information technology, the RK10 reportedly combines the power of a PC with a touchscreen control system.
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The RK10 features a 10.2-inch TFT widescreen LCD touchscreen and a powerful Intel Atom processor, allowing for control, Web browsing, IP camera monitoring, and more.
The controller features a fully programmable user interface courtesy of RTI's Integration Designer software, which allows custom buttons, text, and graphics. For complete control, a built-in wired and wireless (802.11 b/g) ethernet connection allows access to video from network security cameras, two-way communication with RTI XP series control processors, and control of PC music libraries.
The RK10 offers a low-profile faceplate with flexible mounting options, allowing the unit to be flush- or surface- mounted on a wall, or to be attached to standard VESA-style display mounts. When used with the available RTI accessory devices, the unit is capable of infrared routing, relay control, power sensing, and two-way RS-232 communications for advanced control.
The RK10 is available now at an MSRP of $3,499.