The Atlona AT-OME-EX-KIT is an HDBaseT extender for video up to 4K/60 4:2:0, plus embedded audio, control, Ethernet, and USB over distances up to 330 feet (100 meters). Part of the OmegaT Series of integration products for modern AV communications and collaboration, the OME-EX-KIT is HDCP 2.2 compliant and extends IR, RS-232, and IP control signals. The integrated USB extension addresses the challenge of connecting between USB devices at remote locations, and is ideal for software video conferencing and touch or interactive displays. The OME-EX-TX transmitter includes a USB 2.0 host interface for a PC, plus two peripheral devices such as a speakerphone, microphone, or keyboard and mouse. The OME-EX-RX receiver provides two USB interfaces for devices such as a camera, soundbar, or display. The transmitter and receiver are available separately, for use with other Omega Series integration products.
USB Extension for Video Conferencing with Zoom, Skype for Business, Microsoft Teams, and More
The OME-EX-KIT features integrated USB extension over HDBaseT up to 330 feet (100 meters). This capability, plus interfacing for host PCs and USB peripherals makes the OME-EX-KIT ideal for video conferencing and UC (unified communications) platforms such as Zoom, Skype® for Business, Microsoft® Teams®, Cisco® Webex®, BlueJeans, and GoToMeeting®. Available from Atlona is the AT-HDVS-CAM PTZ camera with USB interface.
Video conferencing - The OME-EX-KIT is ideal for soft codec and web-based conferencing applications, with the ability to integrate with a PC and speakerphone or microphone at a meeting table, and a camera or soundbar at the wall-mounted display.
Interactive displays - The OME-EX-KIT can also provide AV and USB extension for a touch-enabled display, allowing remote PC control at a meeting table or other location.
The OME-EX-KIT incorporates many popular integration convenience features, while delivering excellent performance and value for 4K presentation and video conferencing applications. The receiver remotely powers the transmitter over HDBaseT. The Ethernet ports on the transmitter and receiver are for IP pass-through.