Audience & Presenter Camera Connection’s

Codec Plus: Connect Cables

Connecting the cables for Codec Plus

Codec Pro: Connect Cables

Connecting the cables for Codec Pro

If the Audience Camera is a Cisco TelePresence SpeakerTrack 60 camera, then it uses two HDMI inputs.

Connecting the cables for Codec Pro with SpeakerTrack 60 camera

SX80: Connect Cables

Connecting the cables for SX80

Since this set-up has more than two peripherals that need an Ethernet connection to the room device, you need an Ethernet switch. Do not connect the switch to Network port 1, which is reserved for the LAN connection. If the Ethernet switch doesn’t provide Power over Ethernet (PoE), you need a midspan PoE injector for Touch 10.

If the Audience Camera is a Cisco TelePresence SpeakerTrack 60 camera, then it uses two HDMI inputs.

Connecting the cables for SX80 with SpeakerTrack 60 camera

Room 55 Dual, Room 70 Single, and Room 70 Dual: Connect Cables

Connecting the cables for Room 55 Dual, Room 70 Single, and Room 70 Dual

Keep all preconnected cables, including the cables for the integrated camera and screens, as delivered from the factory. You only have to connect the external screens and cameras.

Room 70 Single:

  • HDMI output 1 is for the integrated screen of the room device. An external screen may be connected to HDMI output 2.
  • The Audience Camera on HDMI input 1 is the integrated camera of the room device.

Room 55 Dual, Room 70 Dual:

  • HDMI outputs 1 and 2 are for the integrated screens of the room device. External screens are not supported.
  • The Audience Camera on HDMI input 1 is the integrated camera of the room device.

Room 70 Single G2 and Room 70 Dual G2: Connect Cables

Connecting the cables for Room 70 Single G2 and Room 70 Dual G2

Keep all preconnected cables, including the cables for the integrated camera and screens, as delivered from the factory. You only have to connect the external screens and cameras.

Room 70 Single G2:

  • HDMI output 1 is for the integrated screen of the room device. External screens may be connected to HDMI output 2 and 3.
  • The Audience Camera on HDMI input 1 is the integrated camera of the room device.

Room 70 Dual G2:

  • HDMI outputs 1 and 2 are for the integrated screens of the room device. An external screen may be connected to HDMI output 3.
  • The Audience Camera on HDMI input 1 is the integrated camera of the room device.

MX700, MX800, and MX800 Dual: Connect Cables

Connecting the cables for MX700, MX800, and MX800 Dual with a dual camera

Keep all preconnected cables, including the cables for the integrated camera and screens, as delivered from the factory. You only have to connect the external screens and cameras.

MX800:

  • Output 1 (HDMI) is for the integrated screen of the room device. External screens may be connected to output 2 (HDMI) and output 3 (DVI).
  • The Audience Camera on HDMI input 1 and 2 is the integrated camera of the room device.

MX700 and MX800 Dual:

  • Output 1 (HDMI) and output 2 (HDMI) are for the integrated screens of the room device. An external screen may be connected to output 3 (DVI).
  • The Audience Camera on HDMI input 1 and 2 is the integrated camera of the room device.

If the room device has a single camera, then the integrated camera (which is the Audience Camera) uses only one HDMI input.

Connecting the cables for MX700 and MX800 with a single camera

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