Vaddio to Showcase Wireless, Quick Connect System

Wireless called a solution where running cable is not feasible
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Vaddio, a producer of robotic pan, tilt and zoom cameras and camera control systems, plans to showcase its new high-definition, wireless, universal quick connect system—the WallVIEW CCU Wireless HD-20—for its ClearVIEW HD-20 PTZ camera at InfoComm 2012.

The WallVIEW CCU Wireless HD-20 enables users to have wireless HD video and camera control without cabling, Vaddio says.

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“Wireless PTZ camera systems have been requested from our customers for a long time,” said Rob Sheeley, Vaddio’s president. “The rental and staging markets need an easy, effective way to add high definition pan/tilt/zoom video to their live events; traditional AV integrators need a solution for those installations where running cable isn’t an option [such as] historic government buildings, schools and houses of worship,” he said. “The Wireless Universal Quick-Connect CCU for the HD-20 camera solves these issues.”

Built for the ClearVIEW HD-20 PTZ Camera, the WallVIEW CCU Wireless system includes the universal quick-connect CCU wireless, the HD-20 with wireless slot card/HDMI transmitter and the quick-connect air antenna, Vaddio says. 

The CCU controls camera functions through a secondary control channel and enables the adjustment of white balance, color, pedestal, gamma, knee, chroma, detail, iris and gain, the company says. The wireless technology is based on WHDI technology, which allows for the delivery of uncompressed HD video with video rates up to 1080p and at a very low latency, the firm adds.