Trend makes building management a touch easier

Touch control
Trend’s touchscreen user interface can provide full control access or different levels of user access.
Trend’s IQView touchscreen user interface for controlling building-management systems immediately ‘learns’ the structure of the Trend BMS to which it is connected and can then be quickly configured to give different levels of user access. Available with illuminated colour or mono display, IQView can serve as the sole operator interface. On larger systems, where the main user interface is likely to be a PC, it can provide additional access points. This controller has a quarter-size VGA display and is available for panel or wall mounting and can be linked to a Trend or Ethernet network.
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