MAXHUB introduces the UC S05 Conference Bar with Camera, enabling users to exchange ideas while sharing images and data. The UC S05 offers 1-click wireless screen-sharing for up to four devices simultaneously. The system also works with the optionally available dongle and app, and even allows screen-sharing to a TV remotely. Further, the UC S05 provides parallel Wi-Fi networking and screen-sharing with its dual Wi-Fi module design.
The UC S05 features auto-framing with intelligent face detection that tracks whoever is speaking and, in the process, automatically switches between presenters. Hence, the focus is always on the active presenter. Combined with its 5X zoom capability, a 120-degree viewing angle, and three camera position presets that enable instant meeting startup, the UC S05’s 12MP (megapixel) camera provides precision optics with intelligent functions that result in higher image quality and auto framing in huddle spaces and large conference rooms alike.
Audio quality is an equally important consideration for online meetings because if attendees cannot clearly hear and understand what is being said, the message is lost. With its 6-element microphone combined with an 8-Watt speakerphone, the UC S05 captures and reproduces speech, even for participants in the far corners of the room. Audio features include adaptive echo cancellation for carefree interactive communication, automatic gain control for consistent voice output level, automatic tracking of each person speaking, as well as noise reduction and the ability to remove a room’s reverberant characteristics to eliminate that annoying ‘echo’ that can easily occur in acoustically live spaces.
Charles Montoya, MAXHUB’s Director of Sales for UC Products throughout North America, commented on the MAXHUB UC S05 Conference Bar with Camera, “For online meetings, the new UC S05 is an exceptionally capable audio / video tool. This powerful conference bar provides flexible installation for table stand, TV, or wall mounting without the need for special construction. Connect it to the display, and the system is up and operational.”