Crestron Launches New Cloud-Connected Network Power Controllers and Remote Temperature Sensor

Crestron HOMECrestron announced the launch of two new cloud-connected Crestron Network Power Controllers and an accompanying remote temperature sensor.

The Crestron Home OS provides a new Device Health Dashboard, a remote power management platform for alerts and to assess and fix devices from the Crestron Home app. Users can also troubleshoot network and IP device problems, receive alerts in real-time, remotely access connected devices, manage device power and perform network diagnostics through the Crestron Home app, Crestron XiO Cloud platform or remote network monitoring and management software from Crestron partner Domotz.

The Crestron Home Device Health Dashboard provides dealers a simple solution to access all of their Crestron Home projects. The Dashboard provides a collective view of devices connected to the power controllers. The app provides status data, troubleshooting and control.

The Crestron Network Power Controllers have built-in monitoring and adjustable power cycle scheduling and sequencing. The controllers also have surge protection, power conditioning, adjustable over/under voltage cutoff, EMI and RFI noise filtering, automatic wiring fault detection, energy metering and advanced activity data logging. The controllers provide self-healing features to diagnose, solve and prevent power-related issues found in the system.

The 12-Outlet and 18-Outlet Vertical Networked Power Controllers and the accompanying Temperature Sensor come standard with Crestron’s True Blue support team, as well as a five-year warranty and enterprise-grade security.