Crestron Touch Screens are advanced control devices that provide an intuitive, user-friendly interface for controlling various technologies in a home, business, or other commercial settings.
A Crestron Touch Screen typically features a large, high-resolution touchscreen display that allows users to interact with various systems, including lighting, audio/visual, HVAC, security, and more. Crestron Touch Screens are designed for ease of use and can also be integrated with many devices, such as lighting control systems, media servers, and voice-activated virtual assistants. Crestron Touch Screens are known for their sleek, modern design and robust features.
You can monitor Crestron Touch Screens using our custom integration driver scripts. The scripts use the SSH-based CLI to access the Crestron Touch Screen. The script has been validated and tested on the TS-1070.
You can find the Crestron Touch Screen driver codes in our examples library.
Just customize the drivers to fit your needs.
For each of the Crestron Touch Screens deployed in your customer locations, you’ll be able to identify a device’s configurations and their vital parameters correctly.
You can also extract the configurations and the vital parameters of your Crestron Touch Screens. This enables you to monitor the following parameters on Crestron Touch Screens:
If you notice that a Crestron Touch Screen is not performing as expected, you can issue a Reboot command directly from Domotz.
You can also connect your Domotz WebHook or Public API data to a system like Make.com that will issue a Reboot command in response to an event (e.g., reboot when the Crestron Touch Screen becomes unresponsive).
To enable the custom integration for Crestron Touch Screen monitoring, open the WebApp and follow these few steps:
The driver example code can be found at the links below: