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HDMI & VGA Auto Switcher with Scaling
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TL-5X1-HDV 5x1 HDMI & VGA Switcher


Enter the TL-5X1-HDV. This compact switcher automatically manages the connections of up to five 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-5X1-HDV on or under the conference room table, run up to three 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-5X1-HDV handles user signal switching and distribution. You can even connect secondary audio-video inputs, such as BluRay players, dedicated computers, and cable boxes.


Technical Features


  • (3) HDMI inputs
  • (2) VGA inputs
  • (1) HDMI output
  • Scaling to WUXGA
  • CEC enabled for source control
  • Automatic switching with connection sensing
  • Manual switching via IR, RS232 & front panel
  • Analog audio de-embedding
  • Analog audio embedding on all input channels
  • Microphone input with phantom power
  • Independent mic and line volume control


Installation


  1. Connect the TL-5X1-HDV to up to five source devices using HDMI and VGA cables.
  2. Connect the TL-5X1-HDV to the display using an HDMI cable.
  3. If controlling the TL-5X1-HDV remotely, connect the remote control cables (included in the package) to the TL-5X1-HDV. If controlling the TL-5X1-HDV automatically (through automatic sensing and switching), leave the control ports unconnected.
  4. Connect the power supply (included in the package) to the TL-5X1-HDV.
  5. Connect the power supply to an AC outlet or power source.
  6. Select the switching mode (automatic or manual) via the front panel button on the TL-5X1-HDV.


Downloads:


TL-5X1-HDV Specifications Sheet


TL-5X1-HDV User Manual

TL-6X1-HDV 6x1 HDMI & VGA Switcher


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.


Technical Features


  • (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


Installation


  1. Connect the TL-6X1-HDV to up to six source devices using HDMI and VGA cables.
  2. Connect the TL-6X1-HDV to the display using an HDMI cable.
  3. If controlling the TL-6X1-HDV remotely, connect the remote control cables (included in the package) to
  4. the TL-6X1-HDV. If controlling the TL-6X1-HDV automatically (through automatic sensing and switching), leave the control ports unconnected.
  5. Connect the power supply (included in the package) to the TL-6X1-HDV.
  6. Connect the power supply to an AC outlet or power source.
  7. Select the switching mode (automatic or manual) via the front panel button on the TL-6X1-HDV.


Downloads:


TL-6X1-HDV Specifications Sheet


TL-6X1-HDV User Manual

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. 

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