A simple way to wirelessly connect an HDMI device to two displays.
Always start a meeting or class on time with the Wireless A/V for HDMI devices kit. This plug and play system allows A/V signals from a laptop, tablet, or Blu-ray player to wirelessly connect to two HDMI projectors or HDTVs located up to 100 feet away.
There is no need for cables to be run under the floor, through the ceiling, or up a wall. Mount the receivers near the displays and the transmitter near the presenter, then make the connections for HDMI and power on both the transmitter and receivers. This do-it-yourself solution includes all the components required for the setup and does not require an experienced A/V installer. Just plug an HDMI cable into your laptop from the transmitter, and you are ready to present. This kit offers true plug and play operation, allowing any presenter to step up and start a meeting with no lost time. There is no software to install or update, so there is no need to request permissions from IT or wait for drivers to download.
Effortless huddle space connectivity
Just bring your own device to the huddle space and plug in. This simple, one connection solution allows for quick transition from one user to another – encouraging productivity, inspiration, and teamwork while presenting ideas. Any room can be retrofitted to be a huddle space, as the secure wireless transmission of A/V signal does not require new cables or existing cable infrastructure.
De-cluttered conference room
Set up a conference room without limitations using this wireless system. The displays do not have to be limited to where wire runs have been located. Place displays anywhere within 100 feet of the transmitter to achieve the optimal setup for any conference room.
- Wirelessly transmit HDMI signal up to 100ft
- Supports up to 1080p resolution
- One transmitter and two receivers
- Plug and Play-no driver required
- Transmitter unit
- 2x Receiver units
- 3x DC 5V/1A universal power adapters
- USB power cable
- 3x HDMI cables
- Double sided tape
- User manual