Vaddio Quick-Connect USB Interface - video/serial extender

Mfg. Part: 999-1105-038 | CDW Part: 3338897 | UNSPSC: 43201553
  • Video/serial extender
  • up to 100 ft
  • 1U
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  • Video/serial extender
  • up to 100 ft
  • 1U
The amazing Quick-Connect USB Interface for Vaddio cameras is easily the most flexible camera interface available on today. This robust system uses the Vaddio EZCamera cabling system and two Cat-5 cables to provide power, return HSDS video and extends control signaling to the camera up to a distance of 100' (30.48 m) for PTZ cameras and up to 150' with stationary POV cameras like ZoomSHOT and WideSHOT.

The Quick-Connect USB was designed to have multi-format digital and analog video outputs, it's compatible with all existing and forthcoming Vaddio cameras, and like all other Vaddio interface products, it's an entirely unique interface that is easy to use and represents a tremendous value for integrators and end users alike. Starting with the front panel, even the new backlit LCD is cool. It is an OBV (Omni-Directional View) and ABN (Advanced Black Nematic) type of display that achieves superior front screen performance while offering a high contrast and wide viewing angle combined with high visibility. The LCD will display the IP and MAC addresses allowing for easy access to the application and camera settings for the PC or BYOD (bring your own device - laptop or tablet) users of UC conference systems. The QC-USB has a front panel system reset switch as well as LED indicators on the front panel to show if the system is streaming USB 2.0 (UVC) MJPEG, IP (H.264) video or if the network is in general use.

The rear panel includes the USB 2.0 connection and the Ethernet 10/100 connection to provide for USB 2.0 or IP video streaming and IP control. The USB 2.0 uses the standard UVC (Universal Video Class) drivers built-in to the OS of the computer, which means that no pesky programs or drivers and the associated headaches are required. Any compatible UC client using UVC drivers can be used.

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