Allen & Heath has released new drivers for its AHM-64 matrix processor to facilitate control from Crestron and AMX by HARMAN. The drivers add to an impressive array of existing control options, including IP hardware controllers and wallplates, GPIO interfaces, and Allen & Heath’s own multi-platform and BYOD-friendly Custom Control app.
Based on the TCP/IP control protocol for AHM-64, the drivers enable integration with industry-leading control systems. They offer modules for all key routing parameters, and are an invaluable starting point for building user interfaces in corporate, leisure, education and other installation environments. Control elements include levels and mutes for input and output channels, crosspoint levels and mutes, and preset recall.
“Since the release of control drivers for dLive, Qu and SQ we have seen an increase in projects selecting Allen & Heath equipment for ease of integration” commented Martijn Verkerk, Technical Marketing Manager at Allen & Heath, “but it’s the AHM-64 which will benefit the most from the integration, as it’s naturally finding its place at the heart of conference centres, museums, and university campuses around the globe.”
Additionally, an AHM-64 driver for the Kramer control platform is now also available directly from Kramer.
Links to the drivers and downloads are available now on the Allen & Heath website.