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Application Guide: Connecting & Charging AV Devices with Table Inserts

Application Guide: Connecting & Charging AV Devices with Table Inserts

Table inserts provide a low-cost, unobtrusive method for charging devices and connecting AV sources to displays. They fit in a standard 2.25" - 2.75" (57mm - 70mm) grommet hole, which is the standard size on most tables, desks, and podiums. A trim ring can be used for larger grommet hole sizes. 

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table insert system drawing diagram

 

TechLogix standard table inserts feature a low-profile, “snagless” mounting design and are crafted from furniture-grade aluminum with a black finish. They are ideal for basic AV connectivity and device charging. Options include HDMI pass-through, DisplayPort pass-through, VGA pass-through, and USB charging.

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Standard Table Insert Options

 

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Table inserts are also available with buttons for integrated display control. These units can be used "stand-alone" with a direct communication link to the display, or in conjunction with an integrated switcher to facilitate display control and source switching. 

 

Table Inserts with Control

table inserts with display control

 

When integrating table inserts with switchers for expanded presentation device connections, standard audio-visual cables are typically used and control signals are transmitted to the display via CEC, IR or RS232. 

table insert display control system diagram drawing

 

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