Extron Adds Patent-Pending Flat Field® Speakers and Other Enhancements to PoleVault® Systems
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- Extron Electronics
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"Since its introduction in 2006, PoleVault Systems have provided the AV industry with an easy-to-use, easy-to-install, economical solution for classroom AV systems," says Lee Dodson, Vice President of Marketing for Extron. "These new enhancements provide the PoleVault Systems with increased sound quality, additional connectivity capabilities, and more flexible mounting options."
The FF 120 speaker easily drops into standard suspended ceilings and its low profile design is ideal for installations with tight, above-the-ceiling space issues. The FF 120 incorporates Extron's patent-pending Flat Field™ Technology for delivering consistent sound levels across a typical classroom using only two speakers. The PVT CV D has composite video and stereo inputs mounted in an elegant, decorator-style wallplate. It transmits the signals to a PoleVault switcher on one twisted pair cable and now includes an IR pass-through for controlling source devices, such as a VCR/DVD player or tuner. The PMK 550 is a secure equipment enclosure that allows the PoleVault switcher and power supply to be safely located above a pole mounted projector to reduce tampering and theft. Compared to the previous PMK 450 model, the PMK 550 now features reduced weight and setup time. The aluminum base plate with plastic cover construction are lightweight, and provide easy access to equipment while mounted on the pole. The patent pending PCM 340 includes a lightweight aluminum ceiling plate and also adds a slotted, adjustable pole for precise alignment, which was not available on the previous PCM 240.
The new enhancements will be incorporated into standard PoleVault Systems, and be available in the PoleVault System Configurator, an online drag-and-drop configuration utility that allows users to "build" PoleVault systems based on their specific AV requirements. The dynamic, graphical user interface makes system customization easy and helpful wizards ensure that only valid systems are built and vital accessories are included.