Philadelphia, PA – March 13th, 2017 – A new wireless USB 2.0 extension system from HuddleCamHD® demonstrates how to make any Logitech USB 2.0 webcam wireless. In a video released last week demonstrates how to make the Logitech BCC950 conference camera wireless up to 25′ (7 meters). The Logitech BCC950 is a digital PTZ (Pan Tilt Zoom) camera with USB 2.0 made for video conferencing. The USB2Air™ is the industries first ever wireless USB 2.0 extension system built for real-time video conferencing applications such as GoToMeeting, WebEX, Skype for Business and Zoom Video Communications.
“We had a special request for a demonstration on how to make the Logitech BCC950 wireless with the USB2Air,” says Director of Business Development Paul Richards. “The USB2Air has near-zero latency which is perfect for video conferencing and live streaming applications.”
Video Link: http://www.youtube.com/embed/1ejPv-NudZE
In this video, we connect the Logitech BCC950 to the USB2Air Wireless extension system to provide wireless video and audio to our Windows laptop. As you can see the Logitech BCC950 is plugged into the USB2Air via USB 2.0. We are also showing an additional USB 2.0 device the ClearOne Chat 150 which is not necessary but shown to demonstrate multiple devices can be used on USB 2.0 hub. The Logitech BCC950 can act as both a USB 2.0 video and audio device. So in this demonstration, we are wirelessly extending the Logitech BCC950 as a webcam and as a microphone. You can also notice the USB bandwidth which is measured up to 30 Mbps (Megabits per second) which is the maximum amount of bandwidth the USB2Air can handle.
If you are reading this press release before March 31st, it’s not too late to take advantage of Early Bird discounts on Kickstarter and be one of the first people with the USB2Air!: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/huddlecamhd/wireless-usb-20-video-extension-system-the-usb2air
Company Name: HuddleCam HD
Contact Person: Paul Richards
Phone: 1 800 486-5276
Address:152 Robbins Rd
Country: United States