The ShareLink Pro 500 Wired and Wireless Presentation Gateway provides the most techophobic users with the ability to present content from computers, tablets, or smartphones on a display for easy and cost-effective collaboration. The Collaboration System features advanced technology that supports the simultaneous display of up to four devices, including an HDMI-connected device. The HDMI input supports wired devices, such as a signage player or other AV source.
The ShareLink Pro 500 has collaboration and moderator modes that enable you to both open and control collaboration environments. When used with Extron GVE – GlobalViewer Enterprise software, even multiple units can be managed across an enterprise or campus environment. The ShareLink Pro 500 offers professional capabilities that make it easy to integrate AV and mobile devices into huddle, meeting, and collaboration spaces.
The ShareLink Pro 500 enables you to easily execute full-screen mirroring on all devices, from Mac and Windows computers to Android and Apple devices, displaying the entire screen for more fluid and easy collaboration sessions. It includes a fully-customizable welcome screen with multiple configuration options, making it child's play to assist users in quickly connecting their devices and sharing content. A suite of security protocols ensures safe and protected collaboration between user devices and the central unit. In addition, centralized management tools enable simultaneous configuration, firmware updates, management, monitoring, and control of multiple units from one central location.
The Sharelink Pro 500 is ideal for customers that don’t need the full range of features offered by the ShareLink Pro 1000. the ShareLink Pro 500 is a really useful, cost-effective solution that complements Extron's wireless collaboration offerings and reflects the growing popularity of collaborative environments.
When it comes to starting using an HDMI cable, compatibility is one of the main concerns. Nowadays, there are many types of HDMI cables on the market: Passive Copper HDMI Cable, Active Copper HDMI Cable, and Active Optical Fiber HDMI cable. Regardless of the types you choose, most of us have a hard time trying to solve the compatibility issues.
It is generally accepted that Active Optical HDMI cable is the high-speed HDMI signal transmission solution of the future. But on occasion we find HDMI AOC cable does not work after it has been installed? Why is that?