Analog Way's LiveCore™ series compatible with Crestron Control Systems

Analog Way's LiveCore™ series now easily compatible with Crestron 2-series and 3-series Control Systems.

October 2013 - Analog Way is pleased to announce that all models of the LiveCore™ series, its range of Premium AV Switchers, can now be controlled by 2-series and 3-series Control Systems from Crestron Electronics.

To facilitate the ease of integration of the NeXtage 16, SmartMatriX Ultra, Ascender 32 and Ascender 48 in high-end installations, Analog Way now provides drivers to control its Presentation Mixers through Crestron's advanced Control Systems.

Developed by Technidream, an official Crestron Service Provider, a comprehensive set of tools is available including: a driver library, program examples, VTPro project samples for XPanel and iPad, as well as help files in French and English.
Using this package, integrators can access standard commands on the LiveCore™ series through Crestron 2-series and 3-series Control Systems.
Moreover, the drivers provided are open so that they can be modified to add new commands to fill the needs of specific installations.

Franck Facon, Marketing & Communications Director at Analog Way, comments: "The LiveCore™ series has a lot to offer to the integration market. By providing drivers for control through Crestron Control Systems, we intend to optimize the integration of our products within sophisticated automation environments."

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