ATEN Hardware Control System
The ATEN Hardware Control System is perfectly fit for any new or existing room that needs integrated control of different hardware devices. Thanks to a customizable interface, being it digital or physical controls, the setting can be branded or personalized as desired. No matter how large the room or how complicated the hardware, deploying the ATEN Control System can be completed in 3 easy steps: connecting IT and audiovisual hardware to a central device (VK2100 controller), configuring the desired management profiles and settings (VK6000 software), and finally just enjoying simplified control.
Ethernet, serial, I/O, relay and infrared ports ensure that any commonly used hardware device can be connected and controlled.
The driver’s library of the VK6000 software is equipped with 10,000+ device drivers and is easily expandable, enabling support of a multitude of devices.
Multiple expansion boxes allow users to control even more serial, relay or infrared devices when required. With the advantage of an Ethernet-based connection, the expansion boxes can be connected to the VK2100 from a variety of locations.
A Hardware Controller centralizes, automates and integrates control of different hardware devices. It allows you to make profiles and schedule devices to quickly change a setup with a single button or simply to save power.
Personal user interface
Physical buttons, sensors or a completely personalized application? Design your user interface for cross-platform use. Using a drag-and-drop application system, we made coding optional.
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The ATEN control system includes:
ATEN Control System - 12-button Keypad (EU, 2 Gang)
ATEN Control System - Compact Control Box
4-Port Serial Expansion Box
6-Port IR/Serial Expansion Box
8-Channel Relay Expansion Box
ATEN Control System - Control Box
ATEN Control System - Configurator Software
ATEN HDBaseT long distance media distribution
HDBaseT is a global standard technology for multi-signal distribution. HDBaseT-certified products can transmit 5 key signals, named 5Play, up to 100m over a single network cable. The technology is developed by the HDBaseT Alliance, of which Aten has been a member since 2013. Ever since, Aten regularly launches new HDBaseT long distance media distribution solutions.