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Hardware question: Upgrade pathway for 1st gen Ipad docks
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Post 1 made on Thursday April 18, 2019 at 15:22
Richie Rich
Senior Member
July 2002
This one is frustrating me. Have 5-6 clients out there that have a sum total of about 15-20 IDOC-PAD-DSWCs (in wall docks for the old style Ipads). These were all installed with preconstruction brackets.

They are getting to the point where the ipads are aging out. Looking for a solution that has the same footprint as these. Crestron sales support has no migration pathway for them. Seems like a massive oversight on their part.
No big deal in a drywall environment, just patch, texture, paint and install replacement.

Problem I have is a lot of these are on surfaces like upholstered acoustic panels, venetian plaster, marble, stone, tile and the like.

Yes, I could have fillers fabricated out of metal, plastic or wood but does anyone know of a less involved, more seamless solution for either TSW touchpanels or current ipads?

I am a trained professional..... Do not attempt this stunt at home.
Post 2 made on Wednesday April 24, 2019 at 12:35
Senior Member
October 2010
Just did a search on Crestron's site and they do have a bunch of docs for newer iPads.


There is also a conversion kit (not sure what it includes) for the idoc-pad-dswc
You can't fix stupid

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