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The ultimate conference Room Switcher - Atlona AT-UHD-SW510W

14 May 2018

 

 

The Atlona AT-UHD-SW-510W is a 5×1 multi-format switcher with wireless presentation capability. It provides universal BYOD (bring your own device) compatibility with HDMI, DisplayPort, and USB-C inputs, plus wireless connectivity for mobile devices. The SW-510W is HDCP 2.2 compliant and features an HDMI output and a mirrored HDBaseT output that can be used with the Atlona AT-UHD-EX-100CE-RX-PSE HDBaseT receiver. It also includes automatic input switching and automatic display control capability, both applicable to wired and wireless source connections. This unique multi-format switcher and wireless gateway provides a universal connectivity solution for presentation devices in a wide range of professional AV applications.

 

The USB-C port on the SW-510W is ideal for newer Mac, Chromebook, and Windows PCs. All inputs and the local HDMI output are compatible with video signals up to 4K/UHD @ 60 Hz with 4:4:4 chroma sampling, as well as data rates up to 18 Gbps. For integration convenience and flexibility, simultaneous 18 Gbps HDMI and 10 Gbps HDBaseT outputs make the SW-510W ideal for various presentation scenarios such as primary and confidence displays in a corporate auditorium or lecture hall. The HDBaseT output extends video, audio, control, and Ethernet up to 100 meters. (For AV signals exceeding 10 Gbps, 4K/UHD video will be subsampled to 4:2:0, or HDR metadata removed for HDBaseT transmission.)

 

Wireless BYOD Connectivity

In addition to wired AV connections, the SW-510W interfaces with a presenter’s iOS, Android, Mac, Chromebook, or Windows device over Wi-Fi®, and allows screen mirroring without the need to install an app. It can serve as an integrated, dual band access point, or be networked into an existing Wi-Fi installation. With a second antenna (included), the SW-510W can also provide simultaneous Wi-Fi and Miracast™ (Wi-Fi Direct®). In addition, the SW-510W supports Miracast over Infrastructure which allows Miracast over a facility Wi-Fi network or LAN, rather than over a direct wireless link.

 

The SW-510W is designed for use in the US, Canada, and India. A version for Europe, Australia, South Africa, as well as Asia is also available as the AT-UHD-SW-510W-EU.

 

Please see below for more detailed information on wireless connectivity with the SW-510W.

 

Wireless AV System Requirements

Mac and iOS screen mirroring

iOS version 5.0 (released 2011) and later

macOS® version 10.8 Mountain Lion (released 2012) and later

Automation Features

The SW-510W includes several features and benefits for automating and simplifying operations. In addition, the SW-510W can automatically switch between sources and power a display on or off, based on source connection or disconnection from the switcher. This works with both wired and wireless source devices.

 

Audio Integration Features

This switcher offers several options for integrating audio with displays, DSPs, and amplifiers. An analogue two-channel audio input is provided for embedding with any of the wired or wireless video inputs. Two-channel PCM audio can be de-embedded from a wired or wireless video input and delivered to a balanced, analogue balanced audio output.

 

Applications

Flexibility to accept any presenter device – This is relevant to a wide range of AV environments, from a huddle room to a convention centre meeting room.

Conference rooms, boardrooms, and classrooms – A credenza or lectern-based AV system for resident sources, plus wireless connectivity for a participant’s laptop or tablet.

Small to medium-sized meeting spaces – The SW-510W is compact and ideal for under-table mounting. It conveniently provides automatic switching and display control for simplified user operation, especially with laptops and mobile devices brought into the system.

Presentation spaces where two displays are needed – This switcher can be installed in a lectern to serve a confidence monitor, plus the primary display in a remote location.

 

 

 

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