On the home screen there is a lot of information available to you separated into sections.
- The header bar
- The household status
- Household controls
- The system selection bar
- The center widget
The Header Bar
The header bar gives you the following general status information
The name of the room you are currently controlling
A clock showing the current time,
The current weather / tempreture,
A shortcut to return to the home page.
When you use the home button the system will also return your remote to the default room as specified in Options & Settings.
You can also access the weather application to get up to date weather conditions and forecasts right on your screen.
(see: Setting a default room in the Options & Settings area to set one).
The Household Status Section
There are 4 icons max for each room to give basic status.
- Audio Visual
- Distributed Audio (Music)
- Lighting Status
- Lock Status
*Only icons for systems enabled in rooms will be shown.
The Household Controls Section
These buttons are setup by your installer to do any specific system function.
The names can also be edited to match the function represented.
- Any function that can be accessed from a remote can be added to the controls list
- Your programmer/integrator can create complex event sequences with one touch activation
The System Selector
Simply tap the area you wish to access and the main page for the selected area will be displayed.
For more information on each of these systems see there individual help section.
The Center Widget
The center widget has multiple functions called widgets
Additional widgets can be added to suit thespecific needs of the user or project
Currently we have 2 built in widgets.
It also allows access to 2 special system scenes that are activation only. These scenes are fully programmable and can contain both lighting and shade settings for the entire house.
- 1 Single camera
- 1x2 Split Screen
- 2x2 Grid
*we recommend at least one (1) Crestron TSR-760 or better touch screen be installed in all systems, however it is not required.
For further reading check out the Audio Visual Controls section