C2G and Vaddio Will Be Part of the HDBaseT Alliance Booth at InfoComm 2023
C2G and Vaddio will be part of the HDBaseT Alliance Booth 3043 at InfoComm 2023 in Orlando, Florida. There, integrators will get the opportunity to see two new kits from C2G. The new HDMI HDBaseT + USB-B to A + RS232 Over Cat Extender Box Transmitter to Box Receiver will be on display at the HDBaseT Alliance PowerWall station. The Dual 4K HDMI HDBaseT + USB-C, 3.5mm, and USB-B to A over Cat Extender Wall Plate Transmitter to Audio De-Embedding Box Receiver will be set up to extend the video signal from Vaddio’s RoboSHOT 12E PTZ Camera and IntelliSHOT Auto-tracking camera at the Legrand | AV station inside the booth.
The C2G HDMI HDBaseT + USB-B to A and RS-232 Over Cat Extender (18Gbps) allows for the extension of a 4K HDMI source up to 328 feet to a 4K display without signal loss using a single Cat 6a Ethernet cable. This HDMI HDBaseT 3.0 kit supports 5Play features, including the combined delivery of uncompressed, ultra-high-definition digital video and audio; Ethernet; control signals; USB 2.0; and up to 100W of power through a single, 100m/328-foot Cat 6a LAN cable. The uncompressed digital video fully supports 4K 60Hz (4:4:4) HDMI signals and all audio formats in the HDMI 2.0 specification. The Ethernet pass-through transmits 1GB of data. The featured dip switch allows for RS-232 pass-through and the added convenience of field firmware updating. USB 2.0 supports streaming cameras, connected peripherals, and storage devices. With one-way power over HDBaseT (PoH) support, one power adapter connected to the receiver powers both the transmitter and receiver, eliminating the need for an additional power adapter and allowing for greater flexibility in installations.
The Dual 4K HDMI HDBaseT + USB-C, 3.5mm, and USB-B to A Over Cat Extender Wall Plate Transmitter to Audio De-Embedding Box Receiver – 4K 60Hz allows HDMI or USB-C audio/video sources to be extended up to 130 feet to a 4K display using a single Cat 6a Ethernet cable. This HDMI HDBaseT receiver is HDCP 2.2-compliant, making sure that the connection between the source and display is secure. Automatic switching is supported, connecting to the last active source. Additional analog audio output pass-through allows for audio distribution. High-speed USB 2.0 pass-through is supported over HDBaseT up to 230 feet for KVM control of devices such as USB cameras, keyboards, mice, and other peripherals. It also features PoH support for greater installation flexibility. Advanced users can control the transmitter via the RS-232 port on the receiver.
Both kits are an ideal solution where USB must be extended alongside HDMI video and audio to interactive whiteboards and displays in conference rooms, classrooms, lecture halls, and many other installations that are far beyond the length limitations of standard HDMI cabling.
Vaddio will showcase the latest from its RoboSHOT and IntelliSHOT professional camera family. The RoboSHOT 12E HDMI PTZ camera offers exceptional video quality, a wide field of view, and value-added customization settings. It offers advanced PTZ capabilities, making it perfect for rooms with multiple focus points, while the IntelliSHOT includes hands-free motion tracking. IntelliSHOT ensures easy and effortless video collaboration and streaming. Equipped with advanced IntelliFrameTM technology, the IntelliSHOT ePTZ camera is the only auto-framing device that can be adjusted based on the room conditions and user’s preferences. It is an HD ePTZ camera with 30x zoom and up to a 70.2-degree field of view and features simultaneous USB 3.0, HDMI, and H.264 IP Streaming (RTSP or RTMP); two integrated beamforming microphones with built-in AEC; and balanced audio line in and out. Both Vaddio cameras will be shown in additional configurations at the Legrand AV booth.