Extron now shipping TLS room scheduling panels


Extron has announced the immediate availability of the TLS 725M, TLS 1022M, and TLS 1022T which accompany the TLS 520M that has been available for a few months now.

The new TLS family of TouchLink Scheduling panels are designed to help ease integration and provide customers with dedicated panels for all their meeting space reservation needs.

TLS panels are ready to be customised with free Room Agent software and then connect directly to Microsoft Exchange, Office 365, and Google Calendar without the need for other scheduling software or external processors. Users can make reservations directly from these panels, a computer, or any smart phone or tablet that connects to any one of the supported mail servers.

Bright red and green LED light bars makes it easy to see if a room is occupied or available even from a distance. New room scheduling analytics provide the information customers need to closely monitor room usage, activity patterns, and occupancy trends across the organization.

“These new TLS panels and our latest version of Room Agent software make it easier than ever to integrate room scheduling into your enterprise,” Extron vice president of worldwide sales and marketing Casey Hall.

“You’ll have the convenience of touch panel or smart phone reservations, room analytic information, and all of this without any annual subscription or maintenance fees.”

All TLS panels are configured with Extron Room Agent software. Simply connect the touch panel to a computer, open the free Room Agent software and simply fill in the required fields to compose the user interface.

Customisation options include custom colours and background images and interface text fields to be shown or hidden. TLS panels equipped with a digital input will work with just about any occupancy sensor, including the Extron OCS 100 series, which monitor room occupancy and, after a user-defined time, release the room back to available status.

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