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On display for the first time at ISE 2014 is a new MultiLoop Driver range from Ampetronic. The MultiLoop Driver (MLD) range of amplifiers drives current two loop systems in combination, featuring dual output channels and 90° phase shift in a highly compact single rack space. Rack space saving is claimed to


be dramatic compared with any other solutions, reducing space and thermal management requirements by 50-90%. Combined with features to extend system flexibility and provide superior performance and reliability, Ampetronic says that the MLDs mark a step forward for professional loop systems. The MLDs can be used to drive combination loop systems for efficient coverage of large areas. The new amplifiers include as


Kit smooths HDMI source


connection MUXLAB The new Ampetronic MLD family features three models


standard new fail-safe thermal protection techniques to ensure reliability and robustness. Status reporting outputs on all amplifiers are claimed to facilitate easy integration in other audio and safety systems.


Consisting of three units with a


range of output currents for efficient area coverage solutions, the range is headed up by the MLD9, which feature Class G amplifiers that are said to save up to 60% in energy consumption.


Ampetronic’s products also mark the adoption of the new standard EN 62489-1, an important reference for the measurement and rating of induction loop equipment. Stand: 11-C83


ClickShare becomes more affordable BARCO


ISE 2014 will see the first major public appearance of Barco’s new CSM Base Unit for its ClickShare collaboration and presentation system. ClickShare now comes in two flavours – the new CSM Base Unit and the original full-featured CSC Base Unit – so that, according to Barco, any type of meeting room can benefit from the ClickShare experience. The new CSM Base Unit offers


the core ClickShare experience at a lower price. It displays images up to Full HD resolution – via its HDMI or VGA output – and is fully compatible with both the


ClickShare Button and the free apps for iOS and Android. Only one user can share on-screen at a time, but eight Buttons can be connected wirelessly to the base unit. A set consists of the CSM Base Unit and two ClickShare Buttons. For users who need higher


resolution or a double screen setup, or who want multiple users on the


central screen at the same time, Barco recommends the current CSC Base Unit. Designed for high-profile meeting rooms, boardrooms and conference


rooms, Barco says that this system offers a full set of features to deliver a more complete ClickShare collaboration experience. Among other features, the CSC can drive two separate screens simultaneously, as well as support special output


resolution, including panoramic composition (2560 x 1080). Up to four people can share content on- screen at the same time, while 64 Buttons can be ready to share. “For the introduction of the CSM Base Unit we’ve made extensive use of the capabilities of AWIND, the Taiwanese technology-leader that Barco acquired earlier this year,” said Guy Coen, general manager, collaboration at Barco. “This new base unit combines the many years of experience of both design teams to offer a


new ClickShare experience.” Stand: 11-H75, 11-F78


Specialising in the design and manufacture of connectivity solutions that allow CCTV and AV equipment to be


connected via Cat5e/6 copper twisted pair in a structured cabling environment, MuxLab is set to highlight its HDMI over IP Extender at ISE 2014. The Extender allows an HDMI source to be connected via any Ethernet LAN, thereby allowing AV broadcasts to be set up and changed without the need to install a dedicated cabling system.


The kit includes two units: a HDMI over IP Encoder and HDMI over IP Decoder. The HDMI Encoder converts an HDMI bitstream into IP, allowing it to be transmitted over an Ethernet LAN. The HDMI Decoder, meanwhile, converts the IP packets back to the original HDMI bitstream for playback via HDMI display. The units support


multicasting and broadcasting and up to 16 transmitters/200 receivers. PoE is also supported, and 1080p HDMI signals can be extended up to 330ft (100m). They are also said to reduce the need for dedicated AV matrix switches. Stand: 1-N125


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