01 product description
The Gira Control 19 Client is an intuitively used operating unit for the Gira HomeServer 3 or FacilityServer. It enables monitoring and control of the complete building technology and also use of the Internet connection. All functions can be simply operated with one finger.
On the touch screen with a screen diagonal of 47 cm (18.5"), the clearly designed, multi-award-winning Gira Interface clearly and concisely displays the complete building technology. This centrally controls a wide range of functions such as lights, blinds, ventilation, heating and household appliances. Additional functions are the saving and calling up of light scenes, listening to music, using Internet applications and displaying e-mails, consumer device diagrams and alarm messages. Easily understandable and intuitive menu guidance allows quick access to the desired function. All functions are available within two levels. Detailed information and operating elements are displayed by pop-up menus. The generously proportioned, brilliant display is clearly legible from all directions, meaning that it can be operated just as well by children as by adults. The capacitive touch screen ensures simple operation with a pleasant feel.
Thanks to the integration of a loudspeaker and microphone, the Gira Control 19 Client can also be used as a home station for audio-visual door communication. The function is embedded in the Gira Interface. A colour camera is integrated for future applications.
The Gira Control 19 Client is recessed into the wall. The cover frames are available in either aluminium or glass in the colours black, white, mint and umber.
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