1080p Full HD 802.11n Wireless Interactive Presentation Gateway

PLANET WIPG-300H adopting IEEE 802.11n dual-band wireless technology brings smooth display through the 300Mbps high-speed wireless connection or the wired 100Mbps Fast Ethernet connection to project the screen of desktop PC, Mac or smartphone to make the professional and interactive presentation.

Intelligent 1080p Full HD Wireless Projection

The WIPG-300H can optimize resolution based on the automatically transmitting device. It supports the display with multiple resolutions and audio projection disregarding video format and resolution. Its HDMI output resolution can be increased to 1080p (1920 x 1080 pixels), making it a high-definition display perfect for presentation and video. Thus, the office presenter or the home users can easily share the multimedia on the big monitor/screen with others without the hassle of cabling.

Key Features:

  •     Wirelessly project multimedia across different platforms
  •     Flexible dual-output options with VGA or 1080p Full HD resolution
  •     4-to-1 split screen projection increase efficiency
  •     Audio and video streaming
  •     Just Plug & Display by a USB token without any installation
  •     802.11n dual-band Wi-Fi AP and AP-client mode
  •     Remote control presenter’s desktop over USB mouse/keyboard
  •     USB over IP for touch screen and IWB
  •     Web-based management interface
  •     Windows 7/8/10, Mac OS X, iOS and Android support
  •     WebSlides allows multiple users to view the presentation on any mobile devices
  •     SidePad receiver allows a mobile device to remotely control presenter’s desktop
  •     Its compact size makes installation and placement convenient

Wireless Interactive Touch

Furthermore, the WIPG-300H adopts an interactive feature with IWB (Intelligent White Board) and Mobile apps which enable users to reverse control or synchronize screen display for different platforms. This helps the WIPG-300H achieve a real, full wireless presentation environment.

Mobile Applications

The WIPG-300H supports not only the Windows and Mac platforms, but also the presentation and screen mirroring through the iPad, iPhone, or the Android mobile device. Apps for mobile devices working on the WIPG-300H are freely available at Google Play and Apple App Store.

Flexible Projection via Dual Video Output Interfaces

To deliver a perfect presentation solution, the WIPG-300H offers the choice of the two types of video output interfaces: the VGA or HDMI connector, which is compatible with most of the popular display devices. With the hardware decoding capability, the WIPG-300H can project high-definition sound film through wireless or wired LAN connections. It facilitates multiple users to freely display the presentations, images and videos via connecting to a projector or LCD TV without complex installation.

Remote Desktop

Plug standard USB keyboard or mouse into the USB port on the front panel of the WIPG-300H to enable you to control your PC remotely. You don’t have to stand still beside the PC or the WIPG-300H, thus delivering your presentation easily and freely.

4-to-1 Split Screen Projection

With this 4-to-1 split screen feature, the WIPG-300H allows up to four PC / Laptop screens to be projected through one projector at the same time. Therefore, the participants can easily do the side-by-side comparison from four PCs/laptops to make the presentation more efficient.

Introducing Magnum 5RX Security Router

This ruggedized device delivers high-performance routing and advanced firewall function while ensuring network security. This is your moment to reduce total infrastructure costs, especially in high-volume deployments and highly distributed networks.

Ultimate Performance and Reliability in a 2-in-1 Package

Integrating advanced firewall security and routing in a fixed configuration, the Magnum 5RX Security Router provides current and legacy network interfaces and a valuable migration path to the new generation of network backbones. Features eight DB9-DTE serial ports along with standard six Gigabit Ethernet ports and one WAN (T1E1 or DDS) port.

  • Combined 2-in-1 solution
  • Ensures optimal performance
  • Total network support with Magnum series

GarrettCom Magnum 5RX Fixed Configuration Security Router offers a cost-efficient, two-in-one solution for industrial energy and utility applications.

The Magnum 5RX Security Router is a mid-level, industrial-grade security router serving the power generation, transmission and distribution markets by delivering an efficient edge-of-network solution.

Offering advanced routing and security capabilities in a single platform, the new router provides a natural migration path for customers planning a move to next-generation, high performance Gigabit Ethernet and Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) technology.

Combined two-in-one solution

  • Routing and security functionalities in a single device for streamlined management
  • Fixed configuration for a cost-effective system, especially in highly distributed deployment scenarios

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IT as a Utility

There are accepted utility services which businesses require in order to function: water, gas, sewer and electricity services are at the very top. As public utilities, these services are provided to all organizations; their cost is typically determined based on usage and demand, and customers pay a metered fee based on individual consumption levels.

When you reflect on public utilities, what comes to mind? How reliant we are on them? How fundamental they are to our survival? How the services are primarily invisible to us, and how we often take them for granted?

When you think about it, many of these statements could also be said about IT networks, especially as they have changed over the past few years to support digital buildings and IoT. It’s becoming extremely common to refer to – or think about – IT as a utility because of how central it is to every business – and to our everyday lives. Enterprise networks are just as vital as electricity and water to keeping a business afloat.

Today’s users expect networks to be fast and fully functional. They do not think about the behind-the-scenes work it takes to make that network connection transpire. When you flip a light switch, do you think about where the electricity is coming from, or the process required to make your overhead lights turn on? When you think about IT as a utility, you expect to be able to connect to a network whenever you want – you assume it will always be available and easy to access, regardless of where you are.

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Category Cables; Planning for Power Delivery

The utilisation of category cables for power delivery has been getting ample attention lately – especially given the amendment in NEC (2017), NFPA 70 (2017) and potentially CEC C22.1 (2017 proposed revisions). This attention is related to potential safety issues that may emerge when high power, high temperature and high cabling density are present.

The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), Chapter 3, Table 725.144, “Transmission of Power and Data,” contains information about the ampacity rating of conductors at various temperature ratings based on gauge and bundle size. UL has created LP certifications (optional – not required by code) to identify cables that are designed and tested to carry the marked current under reasonable worst-case installation scenarios without exceeding the cable’s temperature rating.

This arose through an allowance in the older version of NEC, which allowed electricians to substitute Class 2 and Class 3 data cables (category cables) for 18 AWG wire in certain instances.

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The Advantages of High-Quality, Low-Loss Fiber Connectivity

Data centers and LANs are migrating effortlessly from 10G to 40G and 100G Ethernet to provide scalability and accommodate more bandwidth as future applications become reality; meanwhile, the imminent deployment requirements of next-generation 200G and 400G Ethernet speeds are already in range, mainly driven by cloud data centers and the wireless 5G ecosystem.

In previous blogs, we’ve discussed the differences between singlemode and multimode transceivers, and the differences between “fiber link budget” and “channel insertion loss” as they relate to this migration. When it comes to actual deployment, however, it’s crucial to note that a high-quality, low-loss fiber solution makes all the difference when it comes to reducing risk, avoiding performance errors and minimizing total cost of ownership.

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