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TECHNOLOGY: NEW PRODUCTS


ARTHUR HOLM DYNAMIC1H


IT’S… A motorised in-desk display.


DETAILS: The latest addition to Arthur Holm’s Dynamic product line, Dynamic1H is an elegant and compact motorised solution in which the screen is always visible. Built in solid aluminium, this robust, compact system allows the Full HD screen to move from a position flush in the desk surface up to an 80º inclination. A security system immediately stops the monitor movement if resistance is


VIVITEK


detected. The screen is protected against scratches and can optionally be supplied as a multitouch surface. A memory system can be used to set and recall the desired screen position. Like other products from the Dynamic range, it can be remotely controlled and diagnosed. Connectivity is via standard RJ45. The Dynamic1H has two DVI inputs, is HDCP compliant and features RS-422 I/O, directly addressable with a termination switch; this allows


DX6535, DW6035


IT’S… Two heavy-duty, dual- lamp DLP projectors from the D6000 series, for conference centres and other large venues.


DETAILS: The WXGA DW6035 (pictured) is HDTV ready, has a contrast ratio of 3,000:1 and 6,000 ANSI lumens of brightness, while the XGA DX6535 is rated at 6,700 ANSI lumens.


mulitple devices to be daisy- chained up to 500m. AHnet software permits the monitors to be grouped and zoned.


AND ALSO: Along with Dynamic1H, it is possible to integrate DynamicTalk (the Arthur Holm solution for lifting and retracting gooseneck microphones) and a built-in camera in the same casing.


AVAILABLE: Now www.arthurholm.com


CRESTRON TSS-752


IT’S… A touchscreen for room scheduling.


DETAILS: The TSS-752 is a bright 7in widescreen capacitive colour display. Side-mounted multi-coloured LEDs provide clear indication of a room’s status from a distance. The touchscreen sits sufficiently proud from the wall for the LEDs to be visible down the corridor. The user interface is


gesture-based: a swipe of the scrolling calendar ribbon reveals the room’s schedule for the day. Any room on the network can be reserved on the spot: the TSS-752 uses Crestron Fusion software, which integrates with popular scheduling applications from


lens options (throw ratio between 0.77:1 and 8.5:1). I/O connections include VGA


in, DVI-D, Component, S-Video, Audio in and Audio out.


Both models feature dual-lamp technology, interchangeable lenses and colour wheels, and are designed


to operate 24/7. They now offer motorised lens control including zoom and focus, and have seven interchangeable


AND ALSO: D6000 series devices all feature a built-in 12V trigger for an external wireless module connection and are


Microsoft, Google and other providers. A single Ethernet cable with PoE delivers power to the TSS-752 through the LAN wiring.


AND ALSO: The display can be installed on a wall over a standard 2-gang electrical box, or mounted to virtually any flat surface – even glass, granite, or marble. An optional Mullion Kit allows the cabling to be routed along any hollow, vertical support or door jamb.


AVAILABLE: Now www.crestron.eu


network-ready for integration and system administration via RJ45 and RS-232. Quoted lamp life is 2,500 hours, and standby energy consumption is less than 0.5W.


AVAILABLE: Now www.vivitek.eu


www.installation-international.com


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