New generation of keypads available in a wide variety of decorator colors, with choice of convention

Cameo™ Keypads utilize an exclusive flush mounting system that results in a footprint that is up to 75% smaller than a standard Decora® style faceplate.

INDIANAPOLIS, IN, September 8, 2005 - Crestron showcases at CEDIA booth #170 a new line of decorative lighting keypads, available in a wide variety of finishes and mounting options. The new Cameo™ Keypad by Crestron, utilizes an exclusive flush mounting system that results in a footprint that is up to 75% smaller than a standard Decora® style faceplate.


Every Cameo keypad ships with a complete set of buttons and blanks in three sizes, allowing the installer to customize and configure up to six backlit buttons, which allow both "rocker" action and single press operation for up to 18 functions in total.

Cameo is available in 10 designer -inspired colors in addition to the standard black, white, almond and brown. Mounting options include a choice of standard installation in a conventional gang -box using standard Decora® style faceplate, or standalone using Crestron's exclusive flush -mounting system for the ultimate low -profile appearance that complements any decor.

For more information about Crestron's new Cameo keypads visit booth #170 or go to www.crestron.com. For high -resolution photos go to http//:www.crestron.com/cedianews.

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