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Philips Dynalite announces the DTP100 Revolution colour touchscreen (24/7/2009)

Combining sophisticated logic with a stunning appearance, the Philips Dynalite DTP100 Revolution colour touchscreen is a simple and easy-to-use interface, allowing users to manage aspects of their environment—including lighting and temperature. The fascia of the Revolution colour touchscreen can be matched to nearly any architectural surface, creating an elegant single-point-interface for intelligent indoor control.

With a tap on the LCD screen, the operator can execute simple and complex sequential logic macros. The inbuilt logic and time-clock also allow the user to configure schedules and sequences of timed events—automatically achieving desired levels of comfort and ambiance.

“The touchscreen is designed to make the user interface as simple and as easy-to-use as possible,” said Phil Main, Philips Dynalite Residential Segment Manager. “It creates an elegant single access point for the end user to configure and control any aspect of their intelligent building automation system. They can also custom-modify pre-built lighting scenes, should they choose to do so.” Typical applications include homes, apartments, boardrooms and hotel rooms; the system is particularly effective for international hotels, in providing multiple language pages.

The level of refinement in the Revolution colour touchscreen extends well beyond the designer fascia. The unit is specially designed to be fitted into a standard UK double gang wall box. Measuring just 5.7 by 9.5 cm, the screen displays 480 x 272 resolution graphics with 16-bit colour depth. This provides superior visuals of the control pages, displaying the necessary buttons, faders, floor plans and icons.

These quality graphics are perfect for viewing internet material on the Revolution screen. Users can display html pages, which can be pre-programmed to appear on the screen at certain times. For example, traffic camera views could be automatically displayed during the morning peak.

The flexibility of the Philips Dynalite DTP100 Revolution colour touchscreen is immense. As well as configurable control of processes and internet displays, the actual screen fascia can be changed at any time. The mounting bracket for the fascia is also available separately, allowing custom finishes to be manufactured to suit any interior design—truly a beautiful display of intelligent functionality.

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