Unfortunately, technology in classrooms and meeting rooms is often more frustrating than effective. Enter the CAV Room System from TechLogix. Each CAV system is designed to be affordable, easy-to-install, intuitive to use, and powerfully effective as a presentation and room AV signal management tool. The system includes a wallplate controller, a wallplate input panel, and a walling or ceiling mount receiver/processor. All three devices completely manage the room’s audio, video and control and intuitively connect using a standard twisted pair cable.
The single CAV part number replaces hours of design and installation work, and the all-in system price is unrivaled in the education and corporate AV technology markets.
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The CAV system includes a wallplate transmitter, wallplate controller and surface-mount receiver/processor. All three devices connect using a standard shielded twisted pair cable, such as Cat 5e or Cat 6. The connected system provides connections for two video sources, one audio source (such as a microphone), and a high-speed USB pass-through. The system provides a switched video output to a connected display or projector, as well as an amplified audio output and a line level audio output.
The wallplate controller provides volume and muting control, source selection and system on/off control. The unit connects via a single shielded twisted pair cable to the wallplate transmitter.
The wallplate transmitter provides two video connections. These connections can be HDMI and/or VGA+audio depending on the CAV system model. The wallplate transmitter also features a high-speed USB pass-through connection for signals relayed from the receiver/processor. The bridges the connections between the wallplate controller and receiver/processor -- one shielded twisted pair cable cable connects the wallplate controller and one shielded twisted pair cable connects the receiver/processor.
The receiver/processor manages the system logic and outputs audio, video, USB and control signals. The unit connects via a single shielded twisted pair cable to the wallplate transmitter.