Switchers & Splitters

Switchers & Splitters

Traditional audio-visual systems rely on a centrally located rack containing sources, processors, controllers, power conditioners, and a host of other electronics dedicated to making the audio and video work in our rooms and buildings. But happens if we don’t have a rack or data closet? Or if the cabling runs are impossibly long or unwieldy? Of if we have multiple users at multiple stations and multiple displays strung throughout the facility? We’ve all experienced it…you walk into a meeting room and there are cables all over the place…a couple on the table, a couple under the table

TL-2X1-HDVC

2x1 HDMI & VGA Switcher with Control

We’ve all experienced it…you walk into a meeting room and there are cables all over the place…a couple on the table, a couple under the table, maybe one dangling from the projector or display. You place your laptop on the conference room table and ask, “which cable do I use to connect my presentation?” Your colleague just stares back blankly… Great, this meeting is off to a wonderful start…

The problem is exacerbated when you have multiple people all trying to share content. A poorly implemented meeting room that is difficult for one presenter to use efficiently is near impossible for multiple participants.

Enter the TL-2X1-HDVC. This compact switcher automatically manages the connections of two unique users or two unique connections—no more passing cables, pushing buttons, and untangling knots. The switcher automatically “senses” when someone plugs in an HDMI or VGA cable and makes their device live to the display. It’s the latest and greatest in automatic switching technology.

(1) HDMI input
(1) VGA and 3.5mm stereo audio input
(1) HDMI output
Automatic switching with connection sensing
4K@60 4:2:0 support
1080p@60 support
Built-in CEC controller for display control
Manual switching via front panel buttons, RS232 & contact closures
Manual display power on/off via front panel buttons or contact closure
Built-in ESD and surge protection

TL-4X1-HD2

4x1 HDMI Switcher - 4k@60

We’ve all experienced it…you walk into a meeting room and there are cables all over the place…a couple on the table, a couple under the table, maybe one dangling from the projector or display. You place your laptop on the conference room table and ask, “which cable do I use to connect my presentation?” Your colleague just stares back blankly… Great, this meeting is off to a wonderful start…

The problem is exacerbated when you have multiple people all trying to share content. A poorly implemented meeting room that is difficult for one presenter to use efficiently is near impossible for multiple participants.

Enter the TL-4X1-HD2. This compact switcher automatically manages the connections of up to four unique users—no more passing cables, pushing buttons, and untangling knots. Each user gets their own cable and the system automatically “senses” when someone plugs in and makes their device live to the display. It’s the latest and greatest in automatic switching technology.

Installation and use is easy: place the TL-4X1-HD2 on or under the conference room table, run up to four HDMI cables to the different points on the table, and connect your devices (typically laptops, tablets, and phones). HDMI cables don’t need to move and the TL-4X1-HD2 handles user signal switching and distribution. You can even connect secondary audio-video inputs, such as BluRay players, dedicated computers, and cable boxes.

The TL-4X1-HD2 incorporates 4K@60 and HDCP 2.2 support for the highest possible video experience, including HDR.

(4) HDMI inputs
(1) HDMI output
4K@60 support, including HDR
1080p@60 support
Automatic switching with connection sensing
Manual switching via IR, RS232 & front panel
HDMI 2.0
HDCP 2.2

Presentation Switchers

5x1 & 6x1 HDMI & VGA Switcher

We’ve all experienced it…you walk into a meeting room and there are cables all over the place…a couple on the table, a couple under the table, maybe one dangling from the projector or display. You place your laptop on the conference room table and ask, “which cable do I use to connect my presentation?” Your colleague just stares back blankly… Great, this meeting is off to a wonderful start…

The problem is exacerbated when you have multiple people all trying to share content. A poorly implemented meeting room that is difficult for one presenter to use efficiently is near impossible for multiple participants.

Enter the TL-6X1-HDV. This compact switcher automatically manages the connections of up to six unique users—no more passing cables, pushing buttons, and untangling knots. Each user gets their own cable and the system automatically “senses” when someone plugs in and makes their device live to the display. Plus, HDMI and VGA dual connectivity ensure both new and old devices can connect to the system.

Installation and use is easy: place the TL-6X1-HDV on or under the conference room table, run up to four HDMI cables and two VGA cables to the different points on the table, and connect your devices (typically laptops, tablets, and phones). Cables don’t need to move and the TL-6X1-HDV handles user signal switching and distribution. You can even connect secondary audio-video inputs, such as BluRay players, dedicated computers, and cable boxes.

(4) HDMI inputs
(2) VGA inputs
(1) HDMI output
Scaling to WUXGA
4K@30 HDMI pass-through
1080p@60 support
Automatic switching with connection sensing
Manual switching via IR, RS232 & front panel
Analog audio de-embedding
Analog audio embedding on the VGA channel

TL-SM-HDVDP

Share-Me™ Presenter for HDMI, VGA, DP

Traditional audio-visual systems rely on a centrally located rack containing sources, processors, controllers, power conditioners, and a host of other electronics dedicated to making the audio and video work in our rooms and buildings. But happens if we don’t have a rack or data closet? Or if the cabling runs are impossibly long or unwieldy? Of if we have multiple users at multiple stations and multiple displays strung throughout the facility?

Enter the TechLogix TL-SM-HDVDP Share-Me™ presentation system. Each TL-SM-HDVDP presenter is versatile enough to service as a four input switcher for both local and remote sources, while also serving two independent outputs—one local and one remote—with selectable video and display control. It’s effectively a switcher, extender, scaler, and controller all in a single device.

Simply place a TL-SM-HDVDP presenter at each user station, local room, or meeting table and connect up to three local sources. Connect the presenters to in-area local displays via an HDMI cable, or connect the presenters to remote displays and/or additional presenters via twisted pair cable. Each unit can select and display the local video sources and the remote sources linked in the chain.

The TL-SM-HDVDP offers a clean, easy-to-use and affordable alternative to the traditional AV system, all without sacrificing processing horsepower or usability.

Share-Me™ system for in-room and multi-room applications
Ideal for distributed AV systems & cascaded devices
Link multiple devices & rooms via twisted pair extension
Twisted pair extension up to 330 ft. (100m)
Three local device inputs: HDMI, DisplayPort & VGA
One twisted pair input & one twisted pair output
Local HDMI output with audio de-embedding
Auto or manual switching between outputs
Manual switching via contact closure, front panel or software
HDMI 2.0 compliant
HDCP 2.2 compliant
Output video signal scaling
Video support up to 4K@60 4:2:0
Display control via CEC and RS232
Two port Ethernet switch with integrated extension over twisted pair
Built-in USB charger for mobile devices
Built-in web server for software control
Built-in signal re-clocking & cable equalization

TL- DA12 / DA14 -HD2

18Gbps HDMI2.0 Splitters

The need to ‘split’ an HDMI signal is quite common. In residential applications, splitters are often used for sending a single cable box to multiple displays. In office applications, splitters are often used for sending a single computer to multiple monitors. In education applications, splitters are often used to send a video source to both a desktop monitor and a ceiling mounted projector. There are lots of use patterns, and they all revolve around the need to take a single HDMI source and send it to multiple destinations.

The TL-DA12-HD2 & TL-DA14-HD2 splits a single source to two or four destinations (typically displays or projectors). A built-in amplification circuit ensures performance for higher resolutions (1080p, 4K@30, and 4K@60) and longer cable lengths.

(1) HDMI input
(2 OR 4) HDMI outputs
4K@60 support
1080p@60 support
3D support
HDMI 2.0
HDCP 2.2

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