tesira tec-1i

From display brightness that dims automatically to capacitive touch technology that eliminates protruding and moving parts, Tesira TEC-1 controls are as attractive as they are functional. The TEC-1i is an in-wall Ethernet control device that connects via standard CAT-5/6/7 cabling and is powered over Ethernet, eliminating the need for custom cabling and local power devices. Multiple control panels can be connected over large distances using standard network technology.

Features
  • Adjustment and/or initiation of 32 selectable system volumes and actions
  • Volumes are any individual or grouped system levels, including inputs, outputs, matrix cross-points, etc.
  • Actions are any individual or grouped system operations, including presets, source selection, mutes,
    ducking, combining, etc.
  • Control functions are programmed in the Tesira system design software
  • High contrast OLED display with a wide viewing angle
  • The display brightness can be adjusted to fit the ambient light present in the application and automatically dims when not in use
 
  • Capacitive touch technology eliminates protruding and moving parts to increase product reliability and
    longevity while simplifying cleaning
  • TEC-1s surface mounts to any wall; multiple mounting options accommodate international back boxes
  • TEC-1i flush mounts to any wall; mounts using the retrofit plate (included) or installs in a Raco® 254 box for North American installations (not included)
  • 330’ (100m) Ethernet cable length can be extended with standard PoE network technology (routers, switches, hubs, media converters)
  • Connects with standard RJ-45 or IDC connector
  • Covered by Biamp Systems’ 5-year warranty
SYSTEM DESIGN GUIDES
Case Studies
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  • Firmware

    • Tesira Firmware v3.0.0.60
      **Please note that there is a known issue in the public release version 3.0.0 of Tesira Firmware.**

      The issue can cause Tesira expanders to occasionally become undiscoverable on the network, which causes a loss of audio to/from those expanders. This issue only affects Tesira systems that include Expanders and are set up in “separate” network mode, meaning that the Control network is completely isolated from the AVB network. It will not affect systems that are in “converged” network mode, which is the default (and more common) configuration.

      If your system meets this criteria or if you have questions regarding this issue, please contact the Biamp Technical Support Team at 1-877-BIAMP-XO for more information.
    • Tesira Firmware One Time Upgrade from v1.0 to v2.1.0