As a compact interconnect solution designed for installation into tables, podiums, or other furniture as part of an AV presentation system, the new TNP512 offers convenient, one touch access to a variety of video, audio, computer, network, and power connections. Of particular note, the new TNP512 employs a new leaf-spring mechanism ñ replacing the gas spring design of previous models. It is a sharp looking, highly functional tool for facilitating power, Internet/network access, plus audio and video connections for a laptop. The standard TNP512 incorporates the SP3500SC sectional plate that provides two standard U.S. power receptacles, computer video (15-pin HD), a COM Port/RS-232 (9-pin D), video (RCA), S-Video (4-pin mini DIN), audio (2-RCAís), computer audio (3.5 mm), modem (RJ-11), and network (RJ-45) input connectors. All connectors have 6' cables attached that feed through to the bottom of the unit.
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