Integrated A/V

In light of the recent COVID-19 pandemic, there has been a seismic shift in remote working. Many of us rejoice in this style of work. No longer are we stuck bumper to bumper in almost catatonic traffic. Gone is the need to get up half an hour early to put on your makeup or frantically brush dog hair off your already creased suit. No, we can simply roll out of bed, grab a coffee and get straight to it.

However, it’s not all sunshine and rainbows. The current decline in face to face meetings can mean only one thing. Video calls! And with them comes a litany of new problems; audio interference, video delays and lagging, communicational issues, poor quality imagery all resulting in a frustrating experience that deviates from the task at hand. Yes, we’ve all been there.

Back view of female employee speaking on video call with diverse colleagues on online briefing with laptop at home.

There’s no doubt video conference calls are an integral part of modern life, now more than ever. One such company that truly understands the importance of communication has been leading the way in visual connectivity for over 40 years. Their mission is clear, to connect people through a truly extraordinary audiovisual experience. They provide cutting edge solutions that enable customers to experience clear communications at levels unsurpassed by others in the AV space. 

Their wide range of innovative range of integrated audiovisual software and hardware enables industry leaders to communicate remotely, in the most human way possible. AVB/TSN is their preferred method for transporting media data across a network. Audio Video Bridging/Time Sensitive Networking is a type of media transport platform designed to transfer synchronized, low latency audio and video streams over Ethernet networks. That means, no delays, the image, and the audio match perfectly resulting in natural communication. 

Their flagship platform is the world’s only integrated, networked audio and video processing and distribution platform. Such a unique and innovative piece of hardware requires a reliable and tactile switch. So there’s no surprise the TL1250 was chosen to power their hi-tech range of AV hardware.  

The TL1250 Series is an illuminated, right angle tact switch with an incredibly sharp and tactile response. The switch also boasts a 50,000 life cycle as well as an operating temperature of -20°C to 70°C. Another key standout feature for the TL1250 is the 3 actuation forces available; 120gf, 180gf, and 280gf. The choice of actuation force gives businesses the ability to customize their switch in detail to ensure precise functionality. 

Find out more about the TL1250 and explore our extensive range of other switches available to you. 

SPECIFICATIONS
RATING: 2A 48VDC
MECHANICAL LIFE:  50,000 Cycles
CONTACT RESISTANCE: 100mΩ at 5VDC Initial Max.
INSULATION RESISTANCE: 100MΩ Min. at 100V
DIELECTRIC STRENGTH: 250VAC
FORCE: 120 ± 60gf; 180 ± 60gf; 280 ± 70gf
TRAVEL: 0.25mm ± 0.1mm
BOUNCE: 5m Second Max.
OPERATING TEMPERATURE: -20°C to 70°C

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