Key Digital, the digital video and control systems manufacturer, offers a new line-up of Conference Room in a Box Presentation Solutions.
The app-ready and soft-codec enabling products are equipped with native HDBaseT and inputs and outputs for creation of a user-friendly end-to-end system.
The Key Digital Conference Room in a Box solution takes form when AV integrators install Key Digital’s presentation switchers, PTZ USB camera, and amplifier/mixer with microphone input. This line-up offers ease of controlling an entire ecosystem, according to the company.
By applying a few simple settings to the presentation switcher, the integrator creates a complete audio, video, and soft-codec enabling conferencing solution without the need for expensive proprietary conferencing hardware or control systems. The conference room users may control the system using the free Key Digital app, or even via push buttons on the wall plate plug-in.
Key Digital’s KD-PS42 is an KD-App ready, user-friendly, simplified presentation switcher kit with CEC Manager, auto switching, and audio de-embedding. KD-PS42 features three HDMI and one HDBaseT input which integrates natively with the HDMI and display port wall plate. Key Digital’s step-up model, the KD-UPS52U, builds from the KD-PS42 by adding USB connectivity for a soft-codec enabling presentation switcher with CEC Manager.
KD-UPS52U features two HDMI, one Display Port, one USB-C, and one HDBaseT input which integrates natively with universal presentation and USB switching wall plate transmitter, KD-X4x1WUTx (sold separately).
The KD-CAMUSB is Key Digital’s professional USB camera with pan, tilt, and 10x zoom. KD-CAMUSB easily works with PCs by using generic USB drivers for Windows 7, 10, Linux, and Mac OS X.
Users may store & recall up to ten presets for quick and easy viewing of the desired room perspectives and participants, while also adjusting to home and privacy settings within a single button press. KD-CAMUSB is RS-232 and VISCA controllable for integration with major control systems and camera control consoles.
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