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Distinguish between Q-NEX Control Panel and Touch Panel

Effective management and control of devices, campus automation, high-efficiency teaching, and the enhanced hybrid learning experience are still the goals for many schools, whilst facing with partly students back to schools and starting the hybrid learning mode. In this situation, Q-NEX provides Lecture Capture System Solution to help schools achieve these goals. For campus, this solution offers AV distribution system and scheduled tasks are constructed for campus automation, which reduces the labor cost and inefficient process. For the classroom, it not only can realize the centralized control and management of the devices in the classroom by installing Networked Media Processor (NMP) but also recording and live streaming the lectures on YouTube for students remote learning. 

Networked Media Processor (NMP) is equipped with Control Panel which can be wall mounted in the classroom. Control Panel is a compact physical button panel, integrating the main functions of NMP to empower teachers to do quick operation such as power control of lights and displays, video matrix, volume adjustment, and access control.

In terms of centralized control panel, Q-NEX also provides Touch Panel. Different from Control Panel, Touch Panel embraces built-in system and versatile functions which are not as simple as Control Panel. 

It is 7-inch capacitive touch screen and simple wiring design of PoE connection. The bottom metal bracket allows Touch Panel can be tilted on the lectern and the cables are fixed to avoid sudden disconnection. Not only easy to install, but also keep the classroom space clean and comfortable. With more comprehensive deployment to the devices in physical space, a complete upgraded plan is provided to meet the educational needs.