The Thor MaximusStar uses USB plug-and-play and a minimal footprint in order to have conference calls over video. Ideal for all sorts of video solutions in eduction, medicine, security; this device uses a simple pan/tilt camera housing with built-in 87° ultra wide-angle fixed lens. With an ability to work remotely solutions are being demanded but needed at a lower cost. The MaximusStar creates a terrific enviornment using a wide angle lens to ensure all parties in a boardroom, house of worship, education instruction, and etc can all be seen. The incredibly simple to use USB plug and play style setup means anyone can use this product within minutes. Almost no setup is required and that is the best possible outcome for most people that are not inherenetly technical. For advanced users there are RS Controls and an easy to use remote control which you can preset up to 9 different angles from. This small and inexpensive setup packs a punch with full 1080p video and can be installed on any desk, ceiling, or wall for maximum viewing.
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Perfect HD up to 1080P/60 HDMI to Coax RF DIGITAL MODULATOR, Network - Ethernet Control
The most unique and cost-effective Network Digital HDMI RF modulator. Designed to allow any HDMI source like an STB, satellite receiver, HDMI camera, DVD player, Computer, and a ROKU device. You can convert to any RF TV channel of your choice.
This Thor Modulator is an all-in-one device integrating HD MPEG2 encoding with AC3 Dolby Audio with an internal digital modulator. Converts HD audio/video signals from any device into DVB-C/T/ATSC/ISDB-T RF output.
The unit supports any HD source with the following video resolutions: 720p, 1080i, 1080p
Simply connect to any PC and control the unit via Thor Broadcast's proprietary GUI which has been touted as being the best on the market.
Just plug and play and enjoy exceptional quality for a very low price to help anyone with any budget create their very own RF channel which can be viewed on thousands of televisions simultaneously.