Tap large room system
A touch control console offering a 10.1” touch screen, easy content sharing, and center of room control. Meeting controls are in easy reach for convenient operation. Integrated cable retention and strain relief keeps connections tight. Alongside the Logitech Rally Plus camera and 3 microphones, the Tap is suitable for large sized rooms.
Tap large room system
A room accommodating up to 18 people, a large sized conferencing room is a reserved, enclosed space. This setup is designed so that the camera will capture the faces and the microphone will pick up the voices off all the participants in a space as large as 4.5×8.5 meters. Large meeting rooms usually involve a long conferencing table for meeting participants to sit around with a display for meeting content setup at one end of the room.
Meeting participants sit around a table where three microphones are distributed, so that they can pick up voices of participants sitting within a range of 2.3 meters.
Loudspeakers are mounted to the wall or at the edge of a room and near the camera and display so that meeting audio projects to all listeners at up to a range of 7.5 meters.
A camera is mounted at the edge of the room near a display. It is located within a range of approximately between 1 and 7.4 meters of meeting participants. It is designed so that it will capture those within a horizontal field of view of at least 70º.
Cabling needs are an important, but often overlooked but important part of room system design. This cable layout details all the included the cables, connections, and paths necessary to connect all the components of together. The detail does not show the cable lengths to scale.
In the box
|Position||Tabletop is standard. Additional mounting options are available for table, riser, and wall|
|Connectivity||USB-C on Console to USB-A on the computer side|
|Screen Resolution (pixels)||1280 x 800|
|Screen size diagonal||10.1 Inch|
|Dimensions||2.3 in (58mm) x 9.6 in (244 mm) x 7.0 in (179 mm)|
|Security||Two Kensington lock slots, 100mm x 100mm VESA FDMI (flat display mounting interface), additional mounting options are available for table, riser, and wall|
|Position||Tabletop, wall or bottom or side of the display using the mounting kit included in the bundle|
|Max extra speakers||2|
|Output in watts||10 Per channel|
|Output in DB||95dB SPL @1W, 100dB SPL @7.5W, both +/-2dB at ½ meter|
|Stereo support||Yes (for playing local audio only)|
|Special features||High-performance 3inch (76mm) driver with rare-earth magnet. Patent-pending suspension system eliminates vibration-induced camera shake and audio interference. Single Mini XLR cable connection for both signal and power. Sensitivity: 95+/-2dB SPL at ½ meter. Distortion: 200Hz–300Hz < 2.5%, 300Hz–10kHz < email@example.comW. Speaker sampling rate: 48 kHz|
|Pickup radius||4.5 Meters (15 feet)|
|Microphones||Three mic pods included, each with four omnidirectional microphones forming eight acoustic beams. Includes acoustic echo cancellation, voice activity detector, and background noise suppression|
|Max microphones||7 Mic pods|
|Microsoft Teams Streaming||1080p (camera supports up to 4K at 30 fps)|
|Horizontal field of view||82.1°|
|Vertical field of view||52.2°|
|Diagonal field of view||90°|
|Zoom||15x HD optical and digital zoom|
|Pan/ tilt angle||±90° Pan +50°/-90° tilt|
|Mount options||Tabletop and wall through included tripod thread or included mounting kit|
|Included mount||Mounting kit for the camera and hubs|
|Cable type||USB 3.1 Type C to USB Type C 3.1|
|Maximum cable length||Rally Display Hub to Table Hub connect via CAT6A Ethernet cable that can be extended up to 164 feet (50 meters)|
|Included cable length||6.5 Feet (2 meters)|
|Separate power adapter?||Yes (included)|
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