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Vaddio  |  SKU: 999-99600-200W | Item No. 0105-0279

RoboSHOT 12E HDBT OneLINK Bridge System

MSRP: $7172.00

Product Features

  • 12x Optical Zoom
  • 1/2.5-type Exmor R CMOS sensor
  • 70.2° horizontal field of view
  • Simultaneous HDbaseT, HDMI and IP H.264 streaming
  • Remote IP Management
  • Simple, clutter-free camera extension with HDBaseT technology
  • Power, video and control over a single Cat-5e cable up to 230 ft. (70m), or over a Cat-6 cable up to 328 ft. (100m)
  • Bridges audio and video for easy soft-client conferencing
  • Simultaneous HDMI, USB 3.0, IP Streaming, and 3G-SDI outputs
  • Configurable audio matrix with AEC
  • Up to 1080p/60 resolution available over uncompressed USB

In the Box

(1) RoboSHOT 12E HDBT camera (black or white), (1) thin profile wall mount (black or white) with mounting hardware and installation manual, (1) Vaddio IR Remote Commander, (1) OneLINK Bridge Interface and (1) 48V power supply with AC cord set(s).

EZCamera RS-232 Control Adapter

4 qty 3-position phoenix-style connectors

6 ft. (1.8m) USB 3.0 cable, type A to B

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RoboSHOT Elite Series cameras are professional A/V presentation cameras. Simultaneous HDBaseT and IP (H.264) streaming. Recommended for conference rooms, training rooms, and classrooms that require a wide angle of view. Includes OneLINK Bridge Extension System.

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