Vaddio Launches New Product Lines, Including Furniture, at InfoComm 2010

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Vaddio Launches New Product Lines, Including Furniture, at InfoComm 2010

New Furniture Systems, Cameras, Converters, In-Wall Enclosures,
Tracking System all on Display at Booths C4749 and C4661

MINNEAPOLIS, MN (June 3, 2010) ? Vaddio, the leading manufacturer and
OEM distributor of specialty pan/tilt/zoom cameras and high-end camera
control systems, will launch numerous new products at this year?s
InfoComm 2010, June 9 – 11 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

?To say we have been busy would be an understatement,? explained
President and CEO of Vaddio, Rob Sheeley. ?With 10 major products
being launched, including our new furniture lines and our AutoTrak
camera tracking system, we have a full suite of products for the
videoconferencing and distance education markets.?

Vaddio?s new contemporary Furniture Systems for classrooms and
videoconferencing applications will include Edge? videoconferencing
cartsand Instrukt? educational teaching stations. Both lines are
designed to integrate modern form, function and style for any
classroom, boardroom or training facility.

REVEAL IN-Wall cameras are Vaddio?s first architectural integrated PTZ
cameras that allow the camera to blend into the wall of any
sophisticated videoconferencing or presentation environment. The
aesthetics of the camera?s design match large flat screen televisions,
rear projection screens and other high-end video equipment. The camera
box uses the depth of the wall cavity to recess the camera into the
wall eliminating the camera?s extension into the room providing an
attractive, finished look to the installation. There are two options
for the camera glass: either clear or electro-chromatic. The electro-
chromatic glass turns opaque and mutes video when the camera is turned
off or by RS-232 command.

AutoTrak combines IR camera tracking and a wireless microphone into
one easy to use system designed for the education and distance-
learning marketplace. The instructor wears the IR lanyard, with an
integrated microphone attached to a belt pack. An IR PTZ camera tracks
the IR lanyard, sending commands to the Tracking PTZ camera, keeping
the instructor framed in the shot, which becomes the high definition
or standard definition video output.

Vaddio?s OneLINK revolutionary digital bus technology reduces the
number of cables required in any videoconferencing or presentation
installation. OneLINK is part of the Vaddio Cat. 5e Structured Media
Cabling Standard for video, power and control over Cat. 5e, with one
important difference: the OneLINK system passes power to the camera
over Cat. 5e and provides a bi-directional control channel for RS-232
communication transmitting/receiving uncompressed digital video up to,
and including, 1080p/60Hz all on a single Cat. 5e cable. The system is
made for 12V DC PTZ cameras with digital outputs (HDMI 1.4 or DVI with
an HDMI adapter) that use RS-232 for control, such as the TANDBERG
Precision HD and Precision HD 1080p PTZ cameras.

The WallVIEW CCU HD-18 SDI and the WallVIEW HD-18 DVI/HDMI are new
additions to the ClearVIEW HD-18 family of PTZ camera systems. Both
are built around the ClearVIEW HD-18 high definition pan/tilt/zoom
camera, with a 1/3-inch, 1.3 megapixel CCD imaging sensor, a glass
multi-element wide dynamic zoom lens (18x optical), a tally light and
1.8-lux rating, providing superior images in a wide range of high
definition video applications. The WallVIEW CCU HD-18 SDI is capable
of HD-SDI or SDI video outputs, which transmits 3Gb/s single link HD-
SDI digital video resolutions up to 1080p over a Cat. 5 cable. The
Quick-Connect CCU enables the adjustment of color, gain, pedestal,
gamma, chroma, knee and iris functions on the camera with the turn of
a knob. WallVIEW HD-18 DVI/HDMI delivers simultaneous analog component
video (YPbPr) and digital video (DVI-D or HDMI) outputs on separate
connectors, ideal for multiple monitoring and large projection screens.

The new YPbPr to DVI-D Format Converter changes analog component video
to DVI/HDMI video output. The converter works with ProductionVIEW HD,
AutoPresenter, ControlVIEW XHD, CeilingVIEW HD or any other analog HD
video source. Whether the output signal is 480i, 576i, 720p, 1080i or
1080p, video can be converted to a digital signal to work with a
variety of third-party devices such as videoconferencing codecs and
multi-format switchers.

For a demonstration of any of these products please stop by Booth #
C4749 (Camera Systems) or #C4661(Furniture Systems) at InfoComm 2010,
June 9 – 11 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

About Vaddio:
Vaddio is the leading manufacturer and OEM distributor of specialty
PTZ cameras and high-end camera control systems used in the
broadcasting, audio/visual and videoconferencing industry.
Headquartered in Minneapolis, MN, Vaddio also has operations
throughout the Americas, as well as sales and support partners
throughout the world. More information can be found on the Vaddio
website, www.vaddio.com or at (800) 572.2011.

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