CR-CS4 – Hardware System Control I/O Centre

​The CR-CS4 Hardware System Control I/O Centre is ideal for any integrator who has a wide variety of devices that need to be controlled. It comes with 16 external trigger connections which can be activated using the traditional twin-wire short method, or using our specially designed Trigger Buttons (one supplied with the product, additional triggers can be purchased as required, order code IP-TG01). Each trigger directly activates 1 of 16 associated user defined macro events (out of 32 total) stored within the unit.

All 32 macros are able to be activated via the WebGUI, or Telnet. Those user defined macros can control remote devices via Ethernet, IR, serial port (RS-232/422/485), relay, or direct voltage allowing for the control of a large array of devices at the push of a button.A battery backed-up clock allows for detailed event scheduling based on a repeating daily/weekly schedule, or single events. An integrated IR code learning function is also available, allowing the user to store and re-transmit the IR codes sent by nearly any standard IR remote.

Last but not least, this unit supports being powered via PoE from a standard PoE+ (802.3at Type 2) network switch, without the need for an external power adapter, allowing for incredible installation flexibility. The product can be installed within our RAX-600 Rack Chassis or it can be mounted directly onto any flat surface. The unit can be controlled via WebGUI, Telnet and external triggers.

  • 16 trigger inputs linked directly to 16 user macros allowing for instant control activation
  • 16 additional macros (32 total) that can be activated via Ethernet, or on a defined schedule
  • 4 power relays to control devices such as projector screens, lighting, etc
  • 4 IR outputs to control devices such as TVs, media players, etc
  • Integrated IR input for IR code learning functionality
  • 2 serial ports for controlling RS-232/422/485 devices
  • 16 variable voltage outputs for controlling low power devices (20mA total) or activating external triggers : Note: Trigger Buttons and Voltage Out ports cannot be used at the same time
  • Battery backed up clock for scheduling events
  • Can optionally be powered via PoE (802.3at Type 2)
  • CR-CS4 is designed to be installed within our RAX-600 6U Rack Chassis or it can be mounted directly onto any flat surface
  • Controllable via WebGUI, Telnet, and external triggers
Inputs 1x 3.5mm Stereo mini-jack [1x IR Learning port Infra Red Receiver]
1x RJ45 [1x Control & PoE port IP Control]
1x USB Type A [1x Service Port Propriety Data]
4x RJ45 [4x Trigger in (4)]
8x RJ45 [8x Trigger Button Port (2)]
Outputs 4x Phoenix (2 pin) [4x Contact Closure Relay Outputs]
4x RJ45 [4x Voltage Outputs (4)]
4x Phoenix (6 pin) [2x Com Ports]
4x Phoenix (2 pin) [4x IR outs]
PSU 24V/1A
Dimensions 231mm [W] x 108mm [D] x 25mm [H]
Net Weight 700g
Gross Weight 1400g

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