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What can the CH-100 do in a Crestron Home Installation
Last Updated 5 months ago

The CH-100 has the ability to bridge most professional IP based SIP Video Intercoms to a Crestron Home solution. The system is designed to catalog and connect installed Crestron Touch Screen endpoints equipped with Crestron's RAVA SIP system.

Enabling features:

  1. Door Intercom early video/audio (So a user can preview a visitor before answering the caller)
  2. Make multiple connections (up to 10) from the video intercom on all touch screens at once
  3. Enable custom ring tones from video door intercoms to sound systems 
  4. Allow for audio paging to sound systems or panels directly
  5. Provides on-board 2 pole dry contact relay that can be triggered via IP
  6. Can be enhanced with future Crestron enabling software extensions
  7. Can be enhanced with Macro programming with additional Crestron SIMPL processor

     Enhanced features for Crestron installations include: (when using a SIMPL based processor)

  • Panel to Panel intercom communication
  • Quick action buttons for paging
  • Quick action routines allowing for Voicemail at each endpoint
  • Quick action routines to trigger 3rd party relays through DTMF
  • Can be enhanced with future Crestron enabling software extensions
  • Can be enhanced with Macro programming with additional Crestron SIMPL processor

Enhanced features for Crestron Home include (Using the SIPAHOY Platform Driver Extension):

  1. Direct Panel to Panel audio intercom communication
  2. Quick action tiles for paging
  3. Quick action tile management and grouping control
  4. Quick action routines allowing for pre-recorded paging playback
  5. Pre-built templates to trigger 2N or DoorBird relays
  6. Pre-built templates to enable calling out to 2N or DoorBird Video intercoms
  7. Quick action routines to trigger 3rd party relays through DTMF
  8. Quick action routines enabling our new mobile softphone VOIP applications

                    

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