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© Polycom, Inc. All rights reserved. Specifications are subject to change without notice. 1 RealPresence Group Series backplanes and line drawings
© Polycom, Inc. All rights reserved. Specifications are subject to change without notice. 2 RealPresence Group microphone array (MACO)
© Polycom, Inc. All rights reserved. Specifications are subject to change without notice. 3 RealPresence Group remote control
© Polycom, Inc. All rights reserved. Specifications are subject to change without notice. 4 6’ cable included ‒ No way to extend it so the use case of huddle/SOHO office is limited to that distance from the codec. FAQ attached EagleEye Acoustic camera
© Polycom, Inc. All rights reserved. Specifications are subject to change without notice. 5 RealPresence Group 300/500 backplane HDCI camera input Supports audio from EagleEye Acoustic YPbPr & TDMS digital HDMI video and audio TDMS digital / VGA video #2 input 3.5mm audio input Line level CLink 2 audio input 2 devices maximum Monitor #1 output HDMI w/ audio or DVI Main audio output 3.5mm Monitor #2 output HDMI or DVI 2 USB 2.1 Serial interface 8-pin DIN 1G LAN Power Supply input RealPresence Group 300 RealPresence Group 500 IR receiver in front of case and on HDCI input
© Polycom, Inc. All rights reserved. Specifications are subject to change without notice. 6 RealPresence Group 300 Dimensions
© Polycom, Inc. All rights reserved. Specifications are subject to change without notice. 7 RealPresence Group 500 Dimensions
© Polycom, Inc. All rights reserved. Specifications are subject to change without notice. 8 RealPresence Group 300/500 Power supply
© Polycom, Inc. All rights reserved. Specifications are subject to change without notice. 9 RealPresence Group 700 backplane HDMI input With audio 3.5mm audio input Line level Associated with input #3 HDCI input Supports audio from EagleEye Acoustic YPbPr & TDMS digital Input #2 also supports VGA VGA input Monitor outputs #1-3 3 is content only HDMI with Audio YPbPr or RGB Power interface 2 x CLink 2 Total of 3 devices Not active Serial interface (DB9f) Grounding connection 2 * USB 3.0 1Gig LAN Host & Slave Video input Composite or Component Audio input Stereo RCA line level Audio output Stereo RCA line level Audio input Stereo RCA line level Associated with input 4 At 1 st release USB will not be active IR receiver in front of case and on HDCI inputs #1 & 2
© Polycom, Inc. All rights reserved. Specifications are subject to change without notice. 10 Notes: 1.Retained Power State is ‘ON’ if the A/C power was previously removed when the codec was NOT in the “OFF State”. Otherwise, Retained Power State is ‘OFF’. 2.Codec Option allows the IR Remote’s Hang ‐ Up Button to be set for ‘Off’, or ‘Sleep’ functions 3.Codec Option allows the Monitors to drive ‘Black’ or ‘No Signal’ when in the ‘Sleep State’ 4.Codec Option to set elapsed time before entering ‘Sleep State’ 5.Camera’s IR detector is only active when the camera is powered either by codec, or w/ external adapter RealPresence Group 700 power states
© Polycom, Inc. All rights reserved. Specifications are subject to change without notice. 11 RealPresence Group 700 line drawing
© Polycom, Inc. All rights reserved. Specifications are subject to change without notice. 12 EagleEye IV standard configuration
© Polycom, Inc. All rights reserved. Specifications are subject to change without notice. 13 EagleEye IV wide angle lens configuration
© Polycom, Inc. All rights reserved.14 EagleEye IV camera Options RealPresence Group Series bundles shipping ‒ Korea and Russia now due 7/1/2014, dependent on regulatory approvals. Standalone EagleEye IV camera ‒ 12x (8200-64350-001) ‒ 4x (8200-64370-001) Cables, shipping schedule follows bundles: ‒ HDCI on the codec side, mini-HDCI on the camera side, see photo ‒ 3m cable, standard ships with all EagleEye IV cameras – (2457-64356-001) ‒ 1m cable – (2457-64356-100) EagleEye Digital Extender – (2215-64200-001) Wide angle lens – (for 4x 2200-64390-002, for 12x 2200-64390-001) ‒ This lens causes artifacts at the edges when zoomed all the way out. Thus priced low ‘Eye Patch’ for secure installations – (2215-28454-002) Mounting shelf – (2215-24143-001, current shelf) ‒ Update will be forth coming to allow the EagleEye IV to be mounted in all configurations, and include consideration for mounting the EagleEye Digital Extender
© Polycom, Inc. All rights reserved.15 Polycom branded adaptor will allow EagleEye IV (4x & 12x) to connect via HDCI Adaptor boosts signal allowing camera to be extended over CAT 6a to lengths up to 100m / 330 ft (1080p), cat 5e for shorter runs to be accepted −Loops limited, see installation guides −Solid conductor cable, not stranded/patch cord Flexibility for integrators Ease of ordering for customers −Power cord ordered separately or provided by customer Based on HDBaseT technology −Additional information on HD BaseTHD BaseT Polycom EagleEye Digital Extender Cat 6a up to 100m Not to scale
© Polycom, Inc. All rights reserved.16 Cable detail for EagleEye Digital Extender Polycom strongly recommend customer to use high quality Shielded, solid conductor CAT6A variety (F/UTP) cable or a qualified HDBaseT cable(http://www.hdbaset.org/cables) for optimal performance.http://www.hdbaset.org/cables Use the shortest patch cable that is reasonable – don’t use a 5 meter when you only need a 1 or 2 meter. This minimizes the amount of extra wire to dress properly On excess cable – do not coil it up or bowtie it. Let it drape and/or run straight and make gentle bends when appropriate Minimize coupling to other cables (even itself). Want to avoid laying it next to AC cords, other Ethernet Cords, HDMI, etc. (This is where shielded CAT6A could be used without this being an issue). Avoid using zip ties to bundle or secure the cable in anyway – especially CAT 6A. Use Velcro ties when necessary. Indicate that solid wire is preferred for any distance beyond 10 meters (that is total distance) Stranded wire (except for short patch cables) must be avoided. Even for patch cables, solid wire would be better.
© Polycom, Inc. All rights reserved.17 EagleEye Digital Extender line drawing
© Polycom, Inc. All rights reserved. Specifications are subject to change without notice. 18 2215-65169-001: Mounting bracket for RealPresence Group 300 & 500. Allows EagleEye camera and codec to be mounted together. Recommends use of 2215-24143-001 mounting bracket for wall/display mounting. RealPresence Group 300/500 mounting hardware
© Polycom, Inc. All rights reserved. Specifications are subject to change without notice. 19 2215-06177-001 LDSC: Shelf for mounting the RealPresence Group 300 & 500 series codecs. This is a black 1u shelf for 19" racks which will hold the codec in position with a secure mounting system. 1u (1.75 inches) x 17.5” (without ears, 19” with) x 9.8” deep. Shelf only. 1u mounting shelf for the RealPresence Group 300/500 codecs
© Polycom, Inc. All rights reserved.20 U or Sandwich mounting ‒ 2215-65169-001, current price list 1u shelf ‒ 2215-06177-001, September price list Retrofit “L” bracket for CP options ‒ Only as part of a CP solution, for converting existing HDX Media Center and HDX Executive Collection to use a RealPresence Group Series codec 3 RD party behind the monitor mount ‒ KCG POLYCOM GROUP SERIES MOUNT ‒ firstname.lastname@example.org, 717.549.3600 email@example.com Updated StereoSurround kit ‒ Universal subwoofer update for WW energy requirements, one sub with 2 different fuses (120v or 240v) ‒ 2200-65878-001, August price list RealPresence Group Series mounting solutions
© Polycom, Inc. All rights reserved.21 42” RealPresence Group Series Media Centers Available only as dual screen
© Polycom, Inc. All rights reserved.22 55” RealPresence Group Series Media Centers Available as single & dual screen
© Polycom, Inc. All rights reserved.23 65” RealPresence Group Series Media Centers
© Polycom, Inc. All rights reserved.24 65” RealPresence Group Series Media Centers Dual does not support mobility – casters.
© Polycom, Inc. All rights reserved.25 84” RealPresence Group Series Media Centers Available as single and dual screen These dimensions only for single screen. Dual screen uses 2 of these side-by- side, 2 nd does not have a camera. Camera can be mounted above either of them, but with the codec.
© Polycom, Inc. All rights reserved.26 Lower Camera Mount (LCM) viewing heights With casters With slides
© Polycom, Inc. All rights reserved. Specifications are subject to change without notice. 27 See this web link for DXF and PDF of all the Group Video products: http://planetpolycom/sites/sales/VSG/VSG%20Dimensional% 20Drawings/Forms/AllItems.aspx
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