Key Digital® Invites InfoComm 2013 Attendees to Booth Tours and Introduction of New Product Releases
Each visitor will have a chance to see company's newest additions to its product portfolio.
DISH Network's Joseph Clayton and Best Buy's Mike Mohan Appointed to CEA's Board of Industry Leaders
Board of Industry Leaders (BIL)is comprised of 45 consumer technology industry leaders and serves CEA and its Executive Board in an advisory role
Almo's Jamie Finnegan to Serve as Business Development Manager; Almo and Barco Demonstrate ClickShare During InfoComm
Control4 Wireless Music Bridge Delivers Streaming Music throughout the Home from any Smartphone or Tablet
You or your guests can easily share and distribute personal music, radio and podcasts anywhere in the home
Delphi to provide end-to-end Solution for MedMedia in Doctor's Office Waiting Rooms
Meyer Sound has released version 3.0 of its CompassR software program.
Cambridge Audio Unveils Minx Go Portable Wireless Speaker - Powerful Audio Performance in the Palm of Your Hand
Minx Go delivers unprecedented 18 hours of battery life, fits into your travel bag or briefcase for astonishingly deep bass and rich clarity anywhere you go
Home automation, gesture control, and smart sensors have the potential to help disabled people and aging folks lead independent lives. Smart floors, cameras, body-worm devices, and motion sensors are some of the ways that people can be monitored inside their own home, but each has its drawbacks. They require a lot of investment and home rewiring, can affect personal privacy, or simply demand too much attention from their users. Researchers at University of Washington have taken a different approach, harnessing the potential of at-home wireless networks to deduce what the people inside are doing. The system uses traditional wireless routers to detect changes in reflected WiFi signals, which turn out to have characteristic signatures that can be identified and correlated with specific gestures. Here’s a video from UW demonstrating the functionality of the WiSee:
The New EZ-VIKINGâ„˘ Crimp Tool was Developed to Meet the Needs of the Most Discerning and Quality Sensitive Installation Professionals, and to Surpass the Most Demanding Network Performance Standards
New research from Parks Associates finds 10-15% of U.K. broadband households would adopt a home control service with a Â£49.99/month service fee.
Chief's wide range of video wall solutions will be on display at InfoComm booth 3331
New video wall ceiling mounts incorporate favorite Fusion features
Chief® is now shipping Fusion® Ceiling Mounted Menu Board Solutions. Great for digital signage installations, the new mounts offer perfect display positioning and flexible adjustments.
New Fiber-Optic Tri-Loc® Camera Connectors Set a New Standard in SMPTE Options
New Remote Line Extender and Tempest900 BeltStation Increase the System's Capabilities
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Automation & Control - Featured Product
The BLE2 Series replaces our popular BLE Series and continues our brushless motor advantages by featuring an all new compact, high-power and high-efficiency brushless DC motor combined with a Driver that can be digitally set and controlled via external DC voltage or by the front panel. The BLE2 Series can easily compete with larger 3-phase inverter driven motors in many more applications, with built-in simple holding torque function, saving space and increasing performance thanks to the advantages of a brushless motor design. The BLE2 Series has a maximum speed of 4000 r/min, achieving a speed ratio of 1:50 (80 to 4000 r/min). The new motor structure is small than previous models and enables high power and high efficiency while incorporating easy setting, installation and wiring. The new motor connector offers IP66 degree of protection and allows for easy and direct connection between motor and driver with two available orientation of cable outlet direction.