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The Vaddio AutoVIEW IR Sensor Kit is a ceiling mounted presenter camera control system that provides for automated presenter control over the Vaddio family of camera switching systems. It includes the ceiling mounted active IR sensor with dark acrylic lens cover, AutoVIEW IR Control Interface, 18 VDC power supply, and Cat5 cable. It's compatible with the ControlVIEW XHD, AutoPresenter, Hot-Shot Preset Camera Controller (for select
Polycom, Cisco/TANDBERG and LifeSize codecs), and the ProductionVIEW series of video consoles including the FX, HD, HD-SDI, HD MV and HD-SDI MV.
The AutoVIEW IR Sensor Kit provides a simple contact closure to trigger any camera preset or video input switch that these controllers and switchers can provide. The AutoVIEW IR Control Interface powers the IR Sensor via the included Cat5 cable. When the IR sensor picks up the presenter passing under the sensor, a contact pair is relayed down the Cat5 cable. The trigger will change the input and/or the camera's PTZ position allowing for automated presenter camera control.
In the Box
Vaddio AutoVIEW IR Sensor Kit
Active IR Sensor
Dark Acrylic Lens Cover
18VDC, 2.75 Amp Switching Power Supply
3 ft (0.9 m) Cat5 Patch Cable
Limited 1-Year Warranty
Table of Contents
Input / Output
2-pin Phoenix trigger output