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 Lightware Canadian Office Opened

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Last month, Lightware opened its latest regional office in Toronto, Canada. The Canadian operations will be run by a new Lightware team member, Mr. Peter Woods. Welcome on board Peter!

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 Lightware is Solid Gear – Even in the Trenches


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 6X2 Reasons Why You Need This Matrix

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Lightware Technology Research Supported by EU Funding 

 

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We have recently finished establishing the next running unique technology research fundamentals, in order to reach the next milestone in our technology research.

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 How to speed up the troubleshooting process
 figure.png  Having to contact tech support usually means that you are in trouble. We have all been in tough situations when there is time pressure or it's a very important installation or customer and we wanted to get things fixed as quickly as possible. At Lightware we are always trying to improve our processes to solve issues faster but troubleshooting is a two-way street, we need to work together with the person on the other end. Based on our experience - gathered through years of service and thousands of support cases - we can say that there is one key thing that the customer/installer can do to speed things up significantly. And that is to give our support engineers as much information about the situation as possible and as early as possible. We collected the types of information that we usually ask for and we put them in a short document. You could call it a Troubleshooting Quick Start Guide. Our support engineers have already put a small banner in their signature that points to this document. You can download the document by clicking on the Download button below. We hope that you will find it useful.
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 Huddle room solutions

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 In this typical huddle room design application, there are two laptops sending VGA, DVI and HDMI signals though a Lightware UMX-TPS-TX140   transmitter
and a Lightware HDMI-TPS-RX95 receiver into a telepresence codec. The image could be shown in the full HD LED display.

Huddle rooms are open workstations for brief meetings which offer high flexibility over time and space. Read more to see a typical huddle room design application.

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  Cable Diagnostics Tool


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Signal Problems?

Are you experiencing issues with twisted pair cables in a configuration? Even though these products are cost-effective and easy to install and use, cabling itself can be the root of numerous problems.

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 Published on 24 June 2015
 

 

SW4 meetingroom hdbasetLightware is happy to announce the newest member of its HDBaseT extender family, the SW4-TPS-TX240 transmitter. This 4:1 multi-format switcher can accept DVI, HDMI or DisplayPort and convert these signals into HDBaseT and HDMI for transmitting up to 4K or UHD. The device has a local HDMI video output whilst the video and embedded audio can also be transmitted via TPS link remotely, making it the perfect solution for small boardrooms and classrooms. Find out more...

 

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 Ferrari Flagship Store in Milan, Italy

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A new Ferrari Store has opened in Milan's historic Palazzo Ricordi. The 750 sq meters flagship store creates luxury atmosphere for its customers to have the chance to experience Ferrari products. Inside the boutique there are interactive video walls using an exclusive Kinect system and numerous multisensory positions designed to entertain customers. Also, four simulators deliver special experiences within the store. The system contains an MX8x8DVI-HDCP-Pro standalone 8 in 8 out DVI router plus two sets of DVI-HDCP-TPS-TX95 and HDMI-TPS-TX95 HDBaseT extenders. The prestigious staging and the innovative concept of the shop are reached by Sangalli Tecnologie.

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 Published on 07 May 2015
 

 

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These wall-plates are all-round, universal video, audio and control transmitters using a single CAT cable up to 170m distance. UMX-TPS extenders can offer performance and reliability while being extremely cool thanks to their low-noise active cooling system. Unlike wall-plates with passive cooling, UMX-TPS does not dissipate the heat on its metal box. We designed it to use a tiny fan and breathing holes which makes this product more reliable and prevents the surface getting too hot.

 

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 Lightware matrix and fiber transmitters/receivers celebrate Campeche

Celebremos Campeche, Mexico - Creative KAOS Management collaborated with sister company Proluxon on this special projection-mapping project in Mexican town’s iconic Biblioteca (library) which is a UNESCO World Heritage site. This unique experience uses a Lightware MX16x16DVI-Plus matrix switcher and six Lightware DVI-OPT-TX110 fiber transmitters with six RX110 fiber receivers provided by Solotech. The project pays homage to the beauty, history, culture and people of the region; the video is projection mapped onto the 80×12-meter façade of the building creating a moving mural inspired by the spirit of Campeche.

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 How far you can send an HDMI signal over a CAT cable?

 UMX-TPS-TX140

With Lightware UMX-TPS-TX140 HDBaseT extender, you can send full HD up to 170m along with the video, embedded audio, Ethernet, RS-232 data, IR signals and more! Discover more details on CX magazine May 2015 issue.
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