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FSR to Launch Flex-LT Room Control System at InfoComm 2010

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FSR is launching Flex, an affordable touch screen control system designed for classrooms and meeting rooms. Flex will be demonstrated at InfoComm in FSR’s booth # N1361.

The Flex self-contained control system offers a vast number of features to accommodate K-12 classrooms, university lecture halls, boardrooms, meeting and conference rooms. The versatile unit mounts in a wall or sits on a desk to present an easy-to-use and understand color touch screen. The user can choose what source is being displayed, change the volume, control the various sources, turn lights on and off, raise or lower the shades or screen, and much more with a simple touch. A built-in scheduler can automatically shut off displays and alert the support staff of issues such as an elevated lamp life.

The Flex-Able configuration utility features an effortless method to maximize system capabilities. The contractor merely follows drag ‘n drop programming methodology; no need to learn another programming language. Flex-Able eases device control by offering IR libraries, or if a library is not available, the Flex-IR learner is extremely user-friendly. Serial libraries are also available or can be entered in either ASCII or Hex.

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