Extend It, Bridge It, Stream It
OneLINK Bridge AV Interface is an industry-first crossover appliance that combines a camera extension system with an audio mixer, creating a USB bridge that connects professional AV sources to PCs - all in a single device. It allows you to convert an audio/video source from any PTZ camera or AV switcher into a USB 3.0 media stream and easily use applications like Skype for Business, Google Hangouts, WebEx and Zoom.
OneLINK Bridge uses HDBaseT technology to extend power, control and video from RoboSHOT cameras, third party PTZ cameras, and compatible HDBaseT A/V switchers up to 100 meters (328ft) over a single HDBaseT Cat-5e/6 cable. It includes HDMI and HD-SDI outputs, two mic line inputs with echo cancellation, two-line outputs, and associated digital audio channels. It also provides a composite USB stream with 1080p/60 video and stereo 48kHz audio to ensure optimal quality of content.
Flexible design for multiple applications
Unified communication and collaboration.
Presentation switcher USB bridge.
Video conferencing USB bridge.
Turn your AV system into a USB media stream
Works with Vaddio RoboSHOT Cameras and third party PTZ cameras (Cisco, Polycom, Sony, Panasonic).
Pair it with any HDMI source (with EZIM).
Use it as a stand-alone HDBT receiver to get USB 3.0 (video and audio) to table from HDBaseT AV switchers such as Crestron, AMX and Kramer.
- Converts any conference room to a BYOD environment, delivering a USB stream for soft conferencing clients
- Incorporates Vaddio’s market-leading AV Bridge functionality, connecting professional AV equipment to PC applications via USB 3.0 media stream delivery
- Simple, clutter-free camera installation - power, control, video, and streaming over one Cat-5e or better cable
- Extends installation distance for HDBaseT cameras up to 100m (328ft)
- Simultaneous IP streaming (RTSP format with H.2.64 compression) with AAC audio, uncompressed USB 3.0 video with PCM audio, HDMI 1.4b video, and 3Gb/s HD-SDI video outputs
- Two balanced audio inputs - line level or mic level; two balanced audio outputs, line level
- Control via web interface, Telnet, or RS-232 serial API
- Pushbutton controls for on-screen display of IP and MAC address and for reboot
- Status lights to show activity - USB, network, source, and OneLINK