InfoComm - Group Collaboration Made Easy by PureLink

The New Indigo I-Tx/Rx Extension System With iCON Automation Transforms Huddle Spaces into Managed Collaboration Hubs

RAMSEY, NJ - June 10, 2015 - PureLink will demonstrate its much anticipated Indigo I-Tx/Rx Extension System with iCON Control Automation Technology at InfoComm15. Indigo, PureLink's breakthrough "huddle room" automation solution, combines robust quality and advanced features with off-the-shelf simplicity, providing convenient, streamlined operation in any collaborative environment.


The Indigo I-Tx/Rx provides HDBaseT extension up to 330 ft. (100 m), supporting resolutions up to Ultra HD/4K, and features built-in automatic priority switching allowing users to reliably safeguard source content on screen. Automated display control ensures that the display is powered on when a source is detected on any input, and is safely powered off when a source is turned off or removed.

Indigo with iCON Control Automation eliminates the need for costly switching and control systems that are required in similar collaborative A/V solutions, while providing the highest level of performance for effective, easy-to-manage desktop to huddle space integration.

Key Features:

* Simple extension and operation for huddle rooms and small workspaces
* Priority auto-switching between inputs
* Control & automation for display devices (power on/off)
* Compact transmitter and receiver modules for easy mounting
* Status LED indicators for input monitoring

To learn more about Indigo with iCON Control, please be sure to visit us at InfoComm (booth 4551) to see a live demo!

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