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The latest product from HuddleCamHD has been designed for professional audio visual industry allowing integration firms to easily make any touch screen interactive product wireless. Using the USB2Air wireless USB 2.0 extension system paired with a Sabrent USB-HDMI adapter HuddleCamHD shows wireless transmission for 1080p video along with USB link for interactive display control. 

In this video, we review how to wirelessly transmit HDMI and USB control for touch screens with the USB2AIR. The USB2Air is a wireless USB video transceiver set that allows computers to wirelessly transmit data over a USB link up to 30 Mbps. This easily allows us to send HD 1080p video along with touch screen control.

Touch Screen Wireless Sharp LCD

Touch Screen Wireless Sharp LCD

As you can see the USB2Air is plugged into a USB to HDMI adapter from Sabrent and the USB connection on the Sharp Touch Screen Monitor. This allows our Windows computer to wirelessly send video using the standard display link drivers along with control for touch screen interactivity.

Learn more about the Sabrent USB 2.0 to HDMI Adapter we used

The Sabrent USB 2.0 to HDMI adapter is SKU: USB-HDMI and retails for $49.99. This device provides the needed HDMI video from your computer connected wirelessly to the touch screen. The USB2Air provides the USB 2.0 control cable connection for most interactive products along with up 1080p video on a single channel with less than 1 milliseconds of latency.

Wireless Touch Screen Wiring Diagram

Wireless Touch Screen Wiring Diagram

Also, I wanted to not that a much better installation would be done for a permanent installation. This is just one use case for the USB2Air wireless USB extension system. Stay tuned for more interesting USB device use cases through March 2017.

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

Categories:   USB2Air, Wireless USB

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