Here’s Everything Legrand AV Is Doing at InfoComm 2024

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Legrand AV will address the growing applications of commercial AV with new solutions in booth C8600 at InfoComm 2024, June 12-14, in Las Vegas. Legrand AV will be a must-see at the show with a complete showcase featuring full integration between its brands C2GChiefConnectrac, Da-LiteLuxulMiddle AtlanticVaddio and Wiremold. In addition, the company will host educational and training sessions at the trade show.

Microsoft Teams Rooms Solutions: Legrand AV will showcase furniture from Middle Atlantic’s Forum Collaboration Suite, including the Forum Arc Table and Forum Display Stand, as well as the Connectrac FLEX Raceway modular floor-based power and data distribution system. AV integrators will also see the latest additions to Middle Atlantic’s NEXSYS AV power distribution and backup platform, the NEXSYS UPX Online UPS series. The NEXSYS UPX Online carries the reliability, protection and control that the family introduced to the market. It’s available in 12 configurations, all with certified native compatibility for Crestron and QSC control systems.

Vaddio will showcase its meeting room technology, including its latest PTZ cameras certified for Microsoft Teams, which offer video quality and value-added customization settings. Vaddio continues to respond to arising collaboration needs with its new Vaddio Venture VideoBAR and TableMIC. Venture VideoBAR all-in-one video conferencing system provides lifelike audio and video quality with its UHD 8.51-megapixel 1/2.5-type CMOS image sensor, a 110° wide-angle horizontal field of view, 3x digital zoom, six-element beamforming microphone array and high-fidelity speaker system with built-in DSP. With a microphone pickup range of up to 20 feet, Legrand says the Venture VideoBAR is ideal for small to medium spaces. Optional expansion microphones increase flexibility by offering an additional 20 feet of pickup range for various meeting room scenarios, including the largest boardrooms. When installed in larger rooms, integrators can connect the Venture TableMIC to the Venture VideoBAR with a single category cable.

Digital Signage and Amazing Video Walls: At the show, Chief will debut its new TiLED Series dvLED Wall Mounts for Universal 27″ Panels. The next generation of TiLED dvLED wall mounts is a universal modular system compatible with a multitude of 27″ panels regardless of manufacturer make or model. It features new floating button-capture technology and mounting hardware that streamlines specifying, ordering and installation. One set of part numbers can be ordered and stocked globally to fulfill a variety of video wall installation needs. Additionally, Middle Atlantic’s Select Series PDUs with RackLink will be highlighted, providing simple, cost-effective and intelligent control of power distribution remotely — perfect for a wide range of applications including digital signage and video wall projects.

Tackling Government Opportunities: Legrand AV will help integrators cover all aspects of government projects at InfoComm 2024. Celebrating 40 years, C2G will showcase its latest HDMI cables. The connectivity brand of choice for AV integrators, C2G’s HDMI cables are now organized into three product series: the Performance Series, for applications requiring premium reliability; the Plus Series, a broad selection of HDMI cables for a variety of applications; and the Core Series, which includes basic 4K HDMI cables at the most affordable price. Joining C2G’s compliant Trade Agreements Act (TAA) solutions are the company’s new TAA-Compliant Network Cables and HDMI Cables. The new cables are configurable and available in many connector options, colors, and in lengths up to 325 ft. Also, at the booth will be C2G’s new family of Superbooster USB Extenders, boasting extensive compatibility testing with the industry’s leading PTZ cameras for total AV configuration confidence.

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Chief’s new Fit Mobile Cart for interactive displays will also be shown. It accommodates flat panel displays from 55″ to 86″ and up to 175 lbs. with a low-profile and slim footprint that maintains stability while users interact with touchscreens. Chief will also demonstrate its all-in-one, easy-to-configure Tempo Flat Panel Wall Mount System. Tempo brings together Chief’s display and device mounting ingenuity with unparalleled service access and dedicated storage space for a better, faster installation experience. Where an in-wall solution is needed, Chief has also added the new Tempo Flat Panel In-Wall Mount System to the Tempo family.

The AV network is getting stronger with Luxul’s switch family, offering a refreshed user interface featuring a simplified setup that improves the experience when installing in AVoIP environments and providing a backbone by which the company is building its next generation of products. The SW Series includes eight managed switches that allow systems integrators to quickly set up, install, and manage any AVoIP infrastructure with enough PoE+ to power many network devices. Debuting at InfoComm is the new Luxul Dual-Band Indoor Access Point (AP-3064). The AP-3064 provides 802.11ax Wi-Fi 6 network capabilities, ideal for networks requiring greater device traffic capacity, higher data transfer speeds, and broader coverage with lower latency.

Higher Education Innovations: Integrators won’t want to miss Legrand | AV’s higher education innovations at InfoComm 2024. Middle Atlantic continues to propel AV furniture innovation forward with the new Forum Lectern, the latest solution in the company’s award-winning configurable AV furniture product line, Forum Collaboration Suite. Compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the electrically height-adjustable Forum Lectern is perfectly suited for higher education and training or presentation spaces. It offers customization to fit any space, including logo panels, worksurface options and colorways.

For projection screen needs, Da-Lite is introducing Myriad — an all-new ceiling-recessed, wall- and ceiling-mounted electric screen system. Available with 16′ (4.9 m) of the SightLine cable drop feature, which gives the impression of a floating screen, Myriad is offered in sizes from 14 to 16′ wide in 16:9 HDTV and 16:10 wide formats and in tensioned products with HD Progressive 16K ready and Parallax Ambient Light Rejection screen surfaces.

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