The EasyIP Ecosystem is an AV-over-IP conferencing system in a box.
It delivers professional-quality conference feeds for UC soft clients, and simplifies the BYOD conferencing experience by moving video conferencing onto the network. Since its release, simplified IP streaming solutions have also been added to the EasyIP range.
This networked videoconferencing system allows you to use up to four PTZ cameras in your room, without needing a video switch. The system also removes expensive and tricky to install USB extension cables/systems, as all power, data and control is transmitted over CAT.
The system currently comprises of the EasyIP PTZ cameras, EasyIP Decoder and Mixer, Dante Ceiling and Table microphones and a Luxul AMS-1208P switch.
EasyIP is an AV-over-IP system made up of PTZ cameras, Dante microphones, USB encoders, and a touch screen controller, designed to move video conferencing onto the network.
EasyIP is designed for simplifying video conferencing systems that are utilising multiple PTZ cameras, or need to transmit data over long distances.
All the equipment in the system is either connected to a network switch, or direct to an encoder, and can be managed via a web interface or the Device Controller.
An integral part of the EasyIP Ecosystem, the EasyIP camera is an AV-over-IP solution for video conferencing in a variety of solutions.
Designed to send 1080p/60 resolution feeds to your UC soft clients, the cameras connect to a 1GB PoE+ switch, eliminating the need for USB extensions.
There are two variants to the camera, the EasyIP10 and EasyIP20. The 10 is designed for use in small, medium and large conferencing spaces. Whereas the 20 is more suited for lecture capture, remote learning and conferencing in large meeting rooms.
Up to four EasyIP cameras can be utilised in one system, allowing for multi-camera video conferencing in corporate, healthcare, government and education environments.
The EasyIP Decoder allows for seamless control and switching of PTZ cameras.
Providing a USB 3.0 stream of video and audio to the conference rooms PC or BYOD, the Decoder can support up to four cameras at once. Seamless switching of the cameras is then available within the Decoders web interface, or through the Device Controller.
Up to two Vaddio microphones can be connected to your Decoder for efficient coverage in medium meeting spaces. Both the TableMIC and CeilingMIC are compatible with the Decoder, and simply connect direct to the device via CAT cabling.
The EasyIP Mixer revolutionises the complex classroom A/V system, replacing expensive HDMI cable runs with category cabling.
Pair the Mixer with up to four cameras located on the network, plus an additional HDMI input for simple content sharing via a PC. Useful picture-in-picture streams allows users to produce professional looking content.
Simultaneous 1080p/60 USB 3.0 and HDMI outputs enable multipurpose video distribution. Users can simultaneously record to a local PC and magnify the video through a room projector, whilst also interfacing with popular conferencing applications.
A 4×4 Dante I/O removes complicated audio routing and it’s easy to pair up to four Dante microphones throughout a space.
Control all Vaddio devices with a web interface through its Device Controller.
A 10-inch colour touch panel, Device Controller can be the perfect assistant to your EasyIP system.
PoE+ powered, the controller can manage each of the cameras and microphones in your system. Seamlessly switch between video sources, alter presets and control a cameras PTZ, adjust volume levels, mute microphones and more.
The Device Controller is only compatible with Vaddio products and cannot control 3rd party devices.
As an easy way to join the AV-over-IP videoconferencing world, Vaddio has put together kits for each of its EasyIP systems.
Comprised of one camera, one receiver and one pre-configured Luxul AMS-1208P switch, you have everything you need to get started, in one easy-to-order bundle.
Seperate kits are available for both the EasyIP 10 and 20 cameras, in addition to the Decoder and Mixer.
If you’re wanting to install a multi-camera system, simply buy your extra cameras alongside the kits and connect them to your Luxul switch!