So again, we are making more USB 2.0 video conferencing products wireless! The Logitech BCC950 is a digital PTZ (Pan Tilt Zoom) camera with USB 2.0 made for video conferencing from Logitech. We had a special request for a demonstration on how to make the Logitech BCC950 wireless with the USB2Air. The USB2Air is a wireless USB 2.0 extension system with near-zero latency perfect for video conferencing and live streaming applications. 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 from the wiring diagram below 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.
The picture above shows the real world application for wireless USB 2.0 extension. Many times either the computer is at the table or the wall. The webcam and speakerphone is usually needed to be extended with USB 2.0 extension cabling in order to setup and proper layout. So whether you laptop is at the table or behind the LCD the USB2Air give you the freedom to place your USB devices where you need them without expensive USB 2.0 cabling.
More articles on Wireless USB
- How to set up Wireless RS-232 and Video for a PTZ camera here.
- How to setup a Wireless USB 2.0 touch screen with the USB2AIR here.
- Making the Logitech BCC950 wireless here.
- How to make a regular USB 2.0 Revolabs Speakerphone wireless here.
- How to make a logitech USB 2.0 webcam wireless here.
- See our live wireless USB 2.0 extender demo here.
- How to make an interactive touch screen wireless here.
- HuddleCamHD showcases Wireless USB 2.0 extender at InfoComm here.