Crestron C2N-FT-TPS4

$2,000.00 Released July, 2009

Product Shot 1The Crestron C2N-FT-TPS4 is a high-end media controller. This is a means of controlling all your media (including PC, DVD and TV), and even your room lighting, in one place. When you open the FlipTop housing of this device, you see the 3.6" color touchpanel and keypad, which are angled for easy use.

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You control it from there. The user interface of the C2N-FT-TPS4 is fully customizable for the functions you need to control (with ten programmable push buttons). The graphics engine of this device is the 16-bit Isys platform, which provides 3D graphics and animation. This device also has WAV file audio playback. With the eight connectors in the bottom plate, virtually any AV, communication, or data source may be hooked up. The C2N-FT-TPS4 differs from the higher cost QM-FTCC-TPS4 in that it lacks an RGB/component audio interface feature, a dual-channel gated mic/line preamp, the video sensing/auto-switching feature, LAN cable pass-thru, and the easy setup features. There are model variations and color options available for the Crestron C2N-FT-TPS4 media controller.


  • Model variations
  • Color options
  • Flush-mount FlipTop housing
  • Integrated 3.6" active matrix color touchpanel
  • 16-bit Isys graphics 
  • Synapse Image Rendering Algorithm
  • 10 translucent white backlit pushbuttons
  • WAV file audio feedback
  • Pull-out universal cable management
  • Grounded AC power outlet
  • Cresnet and Ethernet communications
  • 3.6" LCD display (320 x 240 pixels)
  • 4:3 display aspect
  • 300:1 contrast
  • 32-Bit Freescale Coldfire microprocessor 
  • 16MB DRAM
  • 8MB Flash memory
  • Isys graphics engine
  • 16-bit non-palette graphics
  • Dimensions: 5.74" x 7.67" x 6.55"
  • 5 watt power usage
  • 125V, LAN, G and NET connectors

Model Variations

  • C2N-FT-TPS4-U - No AC outlet, $1899.99

Color Options

  • Black Anodized
  • Brushed Aluminum

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