6 × 2 AV matrix switcher with HDBaseT, HDMI and USB-C inputs
- Features two HDBaseT and three HDMI inputs, plus a USB-C input
- Delivers flexible BYOD capability, as well as integration versatility for local and remote AV sources
USB-C input for AV, data and device charging
- Provides immediate compatibility with laptops and tablets with USB-C ports supporting AV output
- Allows clutter-free, single cable connectivity to a PC for video conferencing and collaboration
HDBaseT and HDMI outputs with selectable AV switching modes
- Selectable switching modes available with mirrored or matrixed outputs
- Enables simple configuration and effortless user operation, tailored to the specific AV application
Video, audio, power and data over category cable utilizing HDBaseT technology
- Transmits and receives 4K/UHD video up to 100 meters with CAT6/6a/7 cable, or up to 90 meters using CAT5e cable
- Uses easy-to-integrate category cable for low-cost, reliable system installation
USB 2.0 interfacing and extension up to 100 meters
- Local USB 3.0 hub with two USB type B interfaces for connection to a host PC, plus two USB type A ports for a peripheral device such as a microphone, speakerphone, or a keyboard and mouse
- USB-C input is also available for data connection to a host PC
- Supports USB 2.0 devices, USB 3.0 devices compatible with USB 2.0, and legacy USB 1.x peripherals
- Provides an ideal USB integration solution for software video conferencing and other applications
- A maximum 120 Mbps data rate is supported, due to specific USB bandwidth limitations over HDBaseT.
- Most USB 3.0 devices, such as cameras, are backward-compatible with USB 2.0 for HDBaseT extension.
4K/UHD capability @ 60 Hz with 4:4:4 chroma sampling on local ports (HDMI and USB-C), plus support for HDR formats
- HDBaseT output supports 4K/UHD @ 60 Hz with 4:2:0 chroma subsampling
- HDMI and USB-C inputs, and HDMI output are compatible with 4K HDR10 @ 60 Hz and Dolby Vision™ @ 60 Hz, as well as HLG (Hybrid Log-Gamma) for 60p HDR broadcast services
4K/UHD downscaling and upscaling for HDMI output
- Preserves color and spatial detail when down-converting 4K content to 1080p or vice versa
- Ideal for presentation applications where content is to be viewed on 4K and HD displays
- Also ideal for downscaling to 1080p for hardware video conferencing codecs and lecture capture systems
Aspect ratio control (HDMI output)
- The aspect ratio of the video can be adjusted to a desired presentation viewing format
- Aspect ratio options include Fill (content fills the display), and Follow (keep original aspect ratio)
Internal video test patterns for setup, calibration, and troubleshooting (HDMI output)
- Includes color bars, crosshatch, and grayscale
- Test patterns facilitate setting up displays, validating system performance, and diagnosing image display or signal connectivity issues
Remotely powers transmitters and receivers over HDBaseT
- Supplies industry standard IEEE 802.3af PoE over HDBaseT to Omega Series and other compatible transmitters and receivers
- Allows convenient endpoint installation at remote locations without the need for local AC power
Automatic display control
- Automatically changes display power state based on active or standby mode of the switcher. Control signals to display are transmitted via IP, RS-232, or CEC.
- Enables display and volume control. CEC enables control of consumer displays (as supported by the display manufacturer).
- Includes an adjustable lamp cooldown mode to avoid prematurely powering up a projector after shutdown
- Enables effortless, automated system operation without the need for an external control system
Automatic input selection using hot plug detect and video detection technology
- Selects active input when sources are connected or if there is a change in source power status
- Enables simplified, automatic system operation without user intervention
- Available when the switching mode is set to mirrored HDMI and HDBaseT outputs.
Comprehensive audio integration features
- Audio embedding and de-embedding
- Microphone/line level input with 48 volt phantom power and automatic ducking
- Volume, mute, and five-band EQ for each output
- Integrated audio processing and optimization features without the need for additional equipment
Audio output matrix mixer
- Mix de-embedded audio along with analog mic/line level inputs, and route to analog outputs or embedded video outputs
- Eliminates the need for an external audio routing system
Multi-channel audio compliant
- Passes through multi-channel audio formats from the HDMI or HDBaseT inputs
- Supports PCM, Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Atmos, DTS Digital Surround, DTS-HD Master Audio and DTS:X®
- Manages EDID communications with the source through a display’s EDID or internally stored EDID
- Ensures desired audio formats and video resolutions are provided to the AV system
HDCP 2.2 management
- Automatically reports HDCP compliance status to the source based on the sink device
- HDCP compliance can also be disengaged through AMS or a control system
- Allows non-protected material from PCs to pass to non-compliant displays, streaming devices, and teleconference systems; protected content is not transmitted
- Displays a green splash screen as visual confirmation that protected content is being blocked from transmission to a non-compliant display
Integrated HDBaseT link testing and status monitoring
- Tests integrity of the HDBaseT cable link between each input or output and the corresponding transmitter or receiver
- Web GUI provides real-time link status
- Quick, easy verification or troubleshooting of RJ-45 termination or twisted pair cable quality
Intuitive GUI-based configuration using integrated web server
- Offers menu-based configuration of device settings including network access, input switching, I/O routing for video and audio, signal processing, display control, HDCP and EDID management, and more
- Allows fast configuration of internal product settings and troubleshooting from a mobile device or PC in the field
TCP/IP and RS-232 control
- Flexible control options for compatibility with the Atlona Velocity™ control system, as well as other third-party control systems
- Reduces integration time and costs
IP to RS-232 translation
- Converts TCP/IP commands to RS-232 commands for output to external devices over HDBaseT
- Enables single IP connection to control processor to control both IP and RS-232 connected devices at remote endpoints
Easy to configure and manage with AMS (Atlona Management System)
- Centralized, network-based configuration and management of Atlona IP-controllable products and systems
- Manage configuration and firmware updates for AV devices spanning a facility, building, enterprise, or residence
- Available as a cost-effective server appliance, or a free software download
- Device can be updated in the field via AMS or the web GUI
Front panel button controls and LCD menu display
- Matrix switcher can conveniently be controlled, configured, and monitored from the front panel
- Provides easy setup, user operation, and troubleshooting
Rack mountable 1U, full-rack width enclosure
- Installs easily in rack mounted systems with included 19″ rack mount brackets
- Reduces installation time and cost
- Installation guide, rack mounting hardware, and 2 meter (6.5 foot), USB-C male-to-male cable (USB 3.1 Gen 1)
The Atlona AT-OME-PS62 is a 6 × 2 matrix presentation switcher with HDMI, USB-C, and HDBaseT inputs, plus HDMI and HDBaseT outputs. Part of the Omega Series of integration products for modern AV communications and collaboration, the OME-PS62 features HDBaseT extension for video up to 4K/60 4:2:0, plus embedded audio, control, Ethernet, and USB over distances up to 100 meters. The HDMI and USB-C inputs support video up to UHD/60 4:4:4. The OME-PS62 is HDCP 2.2 compliant and features 4K/60 4:4:4 upscaling and downscaling for the HDMI output. Integrated USB extension addresses the challenge of connecting between USB devices at remote locations, and is ideal for software video conferencing and touch or interactive displays. The OME-PS62 includes USB 3.0 and USB-C interfaces for three host PCs, plus two peripheral devices such as a camera, microphone, speakerphone or keyboard and mouse. This versatile matrix presentation switcher is ideal for a wide range of 4K presentation applications with Omega Series transmitters and receivers.
USB Extension for Video Conferencing with Zoom, Skype for Business, Microsoft Teams, and More
The OME-PS62 features integrated USB extension over HDBaseT up to 100 meters. This capability, plus interfacing for host PCs and USB peripherals makes the OME-PS62 ideal for video conferencing and UC (unified communications) platforms such as Zoom, Skype for Business, Microsoft Teams, Cisco Webex, BlueJeans, and GoToMeeting. Available from Atlona is the AT-HDVS-CAM PTZ camera with USB interface.
Presentation Matrix Switcher, Scaler, Extender, and Audio Processor
The OME-PS62 combines the benefits of 4K/UHD scaling, auto-switching, integrated display control, microphone input with mixing and ducking, USB extension, and more. It incorporates many popular integration convenience features, while delivering excellent performance and value for 4K presentation and video conferencing applications. The USB-C input is ideal for AV interfacing with newer laptops and mobile devices, plus powering and data connectivity (to the local USB hub and over HDBaseT). The OME-PS62 can remotely power Atlona devices over HDBaseT. For additional integration convenience, the OME-PS62 features audio embedding and de-embedding, audio output matrix mixing, internal video test patterns for setup and troubleshooting, a customizable welcome splash screen for meeting presenters, and remote management with AMS (Atlona Management System).
Automatic Display Control
The OME-PS62 can provide control to a display through TCP/IP, RS-232, or CEC, without the need for a separate control system. This simplifies system design and integration while reducing costs. With automatic display control, the OME-PS62 can trigger a display to power on automatically whenever a laptop or other device is connected to the OME-PS62. At the end of the presentation, when the presenter disconnects the laptop, the OME-PS62 forces the display to power off. Ease of presenter interaction with the system, and the savings incurred by automatic display shutdown provide a significant return on investment. The OME-PS62 display control capability can also be triggered by an external control system.
When the HDMI and HDBaseT outputs are mirrored, the OME-PS62 can automatically select an input source based on detection of the 5 volt hot plug detect (HPD) signal, as well as active video. This ensures reliable auto-switching operation for all video sources, including DVRs, DisplayPort / Mini DisplayPort adapters, and other devices that always maintain the HPD line at the 5 volt “high” state but may not be delivering active video.
- Meeting rooms and conference rooms – The OME-PS62 can serve as an AV integration centerpiece in a credenza, with interfacing into sources in the rack, plus remote AV and USB data connectivity from wall, table, and display locations.
- Video conferencing – With compatible Omega Series endpoints, this presentation switcher provides interfacing for local and remote USB devices for soft codec conferencing, with video and USB switched together between host PCs. As a matrix switcher with scaling, the OME-PS62 is also ideal for hardware-based video conferencing, with the ability to route and optimize any source content to the codec far-end.
- Auditoriums and lecture halls – The HDBaseT output of the OME-PS62 can be used to extend 4K video to a projector, while the HDMI output serves to optimize for a 1080p or 4K confidence monitor. Also available is a mic input and mixing with program audio.
- Active learning classrooms – In education applications, the OME-PS62 can be installed below each student table, with the HDMI output feeding a local display, and the HDBaseT output used to send content to the main classroom AV switcher and display.
- Lecture capture – The secondary, HDMI output can also be used to feed into a lecture capture or streaming video system, with video scaled as appropriate for the application.