it is a larger room and they were looking at the Project Workplace that shows two Touch 10's in the room.
And supposedly the Cisco SE "recommended" it. I just want to be sure that it is really supported.
I know it's been a long time for this post, but were you able to make it work ? I am in the same situation with a very large room and the customer expects a touch at each side.
Found that the SX80 can support more than one Touch 10 at the same time. I think it is up to 3 but at least 2. There is an example in the Project Workplace site
Dual touch panels will work, you actually can have several but as mentioned on another comment, its not supported so if you run into any issues and open a TAC case, we will most likely ask you to only have one connected and disconnect the rest. (I'm on TAC and went down this road once before).
Hope it helps
Any changes on the topic since your last post?
I have a project for big rooms where the customer expects to install 3 or more Touch10s per codec.
Now, the codec will be the newest Webex Room Kit Pro. Is the scenario supported?
From the Admin Guide:
Peripherals Profile TouchPanels
Define the number of Cisco Touch controllers that are expected to be connected to the video system. This information is used by the video system's diagnostics service. If the number of connected Touch controllers does not match this setting, the diagnostics service will report it as an inconsistency.
Requires user role: ADMIN, INTEGRATOR
Default value: Minimum1
Value space: NotSet/Minimum1/0/1/2/3/4/5
NotSet: No touch panel check is performed.
Minimum1: At least one Cisco Touch controller should be connected to the video system.
0-5: Select the number of Touch controllers that are expected to be connected to the video system. Note that only one Cisco Touch controller is officially supported.
I don't think Cisco has ever "officially" supported more than one, but they use multiples in their own conference rooms (I am a former employee), and the configuration on the newer endpoints allows up to five - so I think you are good.