You can use two touchscreens connected to UCMs, as up to 8 ucms can be connected to a system
We are devloping the new version of Wizcomfort which wil run on Touchscreens with XP, which wil be ready in aboout 3 months
Borg may be a good choice of wall mounted touchscreens, which Wizcomfort may run on. I would not use Companion Neo though as support was through Convergent Living which is no longer operating\
with my last contact 2 weeks ago with Mr. Craig Slawson (BORG, ex-convergent) i was informed with the following "We offer integrated control solutions with Companion NEO supporting a host of systems drivers like that for Cytech and others attached. Very easy setup. All self-contained.
which means that his new touchscrean Companion OS is support by BORG, dose it operate smoothly with cytech
i can not found the site you mentioned of touch screen, since this project will be signed within days and we have to order according ASAP
slychiu ha scritto: You must have 1 keypad in the house even if it is inside a room. You cannot depend on touchscreens They look nice but if there is a power failure then the whole system cannot be used
For software and touchscreens, look at http://www.quiiq.com/
They have a Comfort interface using a UCM The link is wrong. While text displays two "i" in the domain name, the link point at http://www.quiq.com, with one "i".