Extron's Retractor Series/2 is a new, patented, variable-speed cable retraction and management system that works with AVEdge™ 100, EBP 1200C, and Cable Cubby® Series/2 cable access enclosures as well as the TMK 120 R Table Mount Kit.
As demonstrated, the Retractor Series/2 modules support most AV and data signal types, including HDMI, DisplayPort, VGA, Network, PC Audio, USB, and USB‑C. Retractor DC extends DC power to laptops, and is compatible with many Dell, HP, Compaq, and Lenovo PCs. Cables extend up to three feet (90 cm) and are held securely in place at the desired length. The cables retract at the press of a button, with integrator-adjustable retraction speed control for smooth operation in both horizontal and vertical mounting orientations. Extron Retractor Series/2 XL is also available for applications where cable extension of five feet (152 cm) is appropriate.
Retractors can be mounted vertically for ease of installation next to a table leg or desktop support. For horizontal mounting applications under a table top or other flat surface, an optional mounting bracket is available. Each horizontal bracket holds up to three Retractors. For semi-permanent applications, AVEdge 100 enclosures accommodate up to three Retractor cable retraction modules. Mounting bracket is included. Cable Cubby Series/2 and TouchLink Cable Cubby enclosures support from three to eight Retractor modules, depending on the size of the enclosure. Optional mounting brackets may be required.
Contact our experienced technical sales team to find out more about the various options available.
To overcome USB’s five meter distance limitation, Icron has developed a series of patented technologies called ExtremeUSB®.
ExtremeUSB extends the range of USB over multiple types of media such as CATx, fiber, LAN, wireless, coax, and powerline.
L-com has launched a new series of flat Category 5e and Category 6 Ethernet cables that are available off-the-shelf in black and white colors.
Designed to plug and play, CAMLIVE™ is able to instantly convert your DSLR, camcorder, or action camera into a live streaming camera, allowing you to easily adapt your camera for any application and platform, such as video editing, Open Broadcaster Software (OBS), Xsplit, Twitch, YouTube, Facebook, and Skype.