When you need to communicate clearly with remote participants, turn to AVer for a range of easy-to-use, high-quality videoconferencing and educational interfaces. AVer produces an array of conference cameras, PTZ tracking cameras, pro video displays, and wireless document cameras that enable you to keep in touch at safe distances and boost productivity by sharing your visual content easily.
Compact USB Type-C Solution
With a portable form, sharp 4K video resolution, and built-in lighting, the CAM130 Compact 4K Conference Camera makes it easy to connect to your coworkers, clients, or even family members in other locations. Clip this petite camera on your laptop or screen and connect via USB Type-C to capture up to 4K30 video and clean, dual-mic audio. You can select a 90˚ or 120˚ field of view (FOV) to suit your small or medium-size room, choose a white balance (color temperature) to match the ambient lighting, and use the electronic PTZ (pan, tilt, zoom) controls including 4x zoom to get the perfect shot. The SmartFrame function even automatically senses the number of people visible on your screen and frames up to include everyone.
Crisp, Illuminated 4K Team Viewing
The long and lean VB130 4K Conference Videobar combines 4K30 resolution video with a five-level fill light to perfectly illuminate your meeting participants. This clip-on or wall-mount unit has an automatic light sensor, 4x zoom, a dual 90˚/120˚ FOV, SmartFrame intelligence, and remote management options including electronic PTZ (ePTZ) controls and 10 presets. Advanced audio features include a five-mic array with up to 15' coverage, a built-in speaker, a mini-USB port for inputting an additional mic, and audio fencing to reduce background noise. An RJ45 LAN port lets you control multiple AVer devices from a single Web-based interface.
Sharp PTZ Conference Camera with Streaming
Turn to the CAM520 Pro2 Conference Camera PTZ-style camera to add LAN-based streaming to your conferences or educational presentations. Compatible with RTSP/RTMP cloud services and apps like MS Teams, Skype, BlueJeans, Cisco WebEx, Google Hangouts, and others, the CAM520 Pro2 connects to your computer via a single USB cable. Add it to your LAN network to stream up to 1080p60 video with PTZ app, UVC, or RS-232 serial control. This pro PTZ camera is suitable for medium to large rooms and features a high-quality 2MP 1/ 2.8" Sony sensor, multi-lens glass, an 84.5˚ FOV, backlight compensation, and a 12x optical/18x total/zoom lens. The CAM520 Pro2 can be desk or wall mounted and comes with an IR remote control with the ability to assign 10 camera presets.
Enterprise-Grade, Large Room Coverage
For medium to large meeting spaces or conference rooms, check out the VC520 Pro2 Video Conferencing System, complete with a speakerphone. The VC520 Pro2 features up to 1080p60 IP-based streaming, an 18x combined optical /digital zoom range for capturing important details, and a speakerphone with an extendable, duplex mic array for picking up audio within a 30' range. The SmartFrame function follows meeting participants through saved zones and uses improved detection to track even masked participants. An advanced IR remote and Web-based control let you operate the camera from the other side of the room or across your campus.
All of these teleconferencing camera solutions are Mac and PC compatible, offer plug-and-play setup, and come with AVer’s three-year warranty with Advanced Replacement within the USA.
Video Displays and Document Cameras
The AVer series of 65 to 86" professional video displays are suitable for teleconferencing and educational use and offer UHD 4K resolution and high contrast for a crisp, detailed look. For true interactive input, consider the EP65 65" Class 4K UHD Teleconferencing Touchscreen LED Display with cloud-based syncing, up to 10 writing and 20 touch points, and a built-in mic array. Remote-based learning is here to stay and AVer has visual content-sharing for educators covered with its selection of document cameras featuring up to 4K video, 35x digital zoom, and recording options.
How have your remote meetings and conferences gone? Let us know in the Comments section, below, how you’ve used AVer components to step up your interactive experiences.