With support for 4K "Ultra HD" or 1080p with Power over Ethernet, WyreStorm's two new extenders deliver rock solid, reliable transmission of high-definition audio and video, as well as control and networking signals, all over a single Cat5e/6 cable.
A new whitepaper from Parks Associates shows smartphones and tablets are expanding their role in video second-screen experiences, with 22% of U.S. broadband consumers checking or updating their social network on a smartphone or tablet while watching TV.
Higher education providers need to embrace remote learning in order to stay relevant and attract today's increasingly diverse learner population.
New "Sony Gallery" opened this week in San Diego County with more stores on the horizon
Jupiter Systems Drives Record Sales in China with Strong Growth in Critical Infrastructure Industries
Jupiter Products to be Showcased at InfoComm China 2013 in Booth #D1-01
NEC Display Solutions Launches Powerful, New Generation of Entry-Level Digital Installation Projectors
Increased Brightness, Expanded Products, and Improved Contrast and Connectivity Bolster Boardroom, Training and Classroom Presentations
Logitech Harmony Hub Adds Closed-Cabinet, Game Console and Lighting Control to Your Universal Remote and Smartphone
Whitlock and Leading AV/IT Manufacturers Bring the Latest Collaborative Technologies to Dallas and Houston in May
Whitlock, Polycom, Cisco, Crestron, Christie, NEC, Sony and others will demo the latest wares for unified communications, telepresence, projection and digital media.
Mvix Launches BrandSignage, a Brand Continuity Cloud Application for Franchise-Based, Digital Signage Networks
Mvix has announced the launch of Brandsignage, an innovative, web application for ensuring brand continuity in a decentralized digital signage network. Brandsignage allows brand managers to ensure consistency in brand positioning and also when displaying content/menu boards/campaigns at franchise or independent operator locations.
EnOcean Alliance shows the power of energy harvesting for intelligent wireless lighting control at LIGHTFAIR 2013
At booth #2931: EnOcean Alliance members Thermokon, Magnum Energy Solutions, ZENO Controls, Echoflex, ILLUMRA and EnOcean will demonstrate the latest trends and product developments
Engineered by Ear for the Most Discerning Listeners: Yamaha Unveils 2013 AVENTAGE Network AV Receivers
- RX-A830 and RX-A730 offer multi-room flexibility and control, MHL® andAirPlay® to deliver the ultimate listening and viewing experiences to the modern enthusiast -
PIONEER GIVES CONSUMERS CONTROL OF THEIR HOME THEATER EXPERIENCE WITH NEW CONTROL APPS FOR SMART DEVICES
New Apps Expand Management and Connectivity of Pioneer Home Entertainment Products
Coming soon are two fresh bundles bearing the Harmony name: the Ultimate and Smart Control. At the heart of both is the Smart Hub, a palm-sized box somewhat similar to the Harmony Link. It receives commands from remotes via RF, or from smartphone apps via WiFi, and in turn, broadcasts its own orders to your A/V setup using IR and Bluetooth. It's especially useful for those wanting to hide their kit away in cabinets, as it translates inputs into IR signals that'll bounce around those secluded spaces. Optional extender nodes will also pipe IR into other nearby recesses. To do that though, the Hub needs instructions, which is where remotes and apps come in. The new Ultimate remote (aka the Touch Plus) is last year's Touch remote with a few refinements, including the addition of a trigger-like nub on the underside to improve grip. It uses IR, Bluetooth or RF (to the Hub) to control up to 15 devices, and is programmed using Logitech's software for PCs that pulls settings from a database of 225,000 home entertainment products. The Ultimate's 2.4-inch touchscreen serves as a number pad, a favorite channel list for easy hopping, and is the home of one-touch "activities," which are basically macros for issuing multiple commands. Set up an activity for "Play Xbox," for example, and in one touch it'll turn on your console, switch your TV to the correct source, select the right channel on your amp, and so on. It'll even tell Philips' connected Hue lightbulbs to set a mood. Jump on past the break for more.
Supported By Individual Major Hollywood Studios, Program Offers Flexible Path to Digital Conversion
20-year veteran of audio / visual / cinema worlds brings a wealth of expertise
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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.