Just Add Power Adds New Collaboration Tool

Product Adds Logic Control to J+P Transmitters June 14, 2017
Why This Matters

The Plug-Play-Present logic control is added via free firmware to all J+P transmitters, enabling intuitive and reliable connection and switching of sources.

 
Just Add Power (J+P) has debuted the Plug-Play-Present logic controller in booth 4081 at InfoComm 2017, at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL. 

“Not every commercial installation requires or can afford an external control system, but with the growing range of sources, these projects still demand a simple way to connect to and switch between sources,” said Taft Stricklin, sales team manager at Just Add Power. “The Plug-Play-Present controller is just another smart building block we’ve added to the J+P offering that enables integrators to easily solve critical video switching needs.”

The Plug-Play-Present logic control is added via free firmware to all J+P transmitters, enabling intuitive and reliable connection and switching of sources. Users connect any source to any HDMI or VGA transmitter to initiate the transmitter. The device allows integrators to create a scene based on video being present. It can power devices on and off and communicate with network devices. The transmitter can send CEC, IR, IP, or RS-232 commands to a single screen, multiple screens, or the network switch with simple conditional statements to make control possible without the additional expense of an outboard control system. 

The J+P Plug-Play-Present is shipping worldwide.


“Not every commercial installation requires or can afford an external control system, but with the growing range of sources, these projects still demand a simple way to connect to and switch between sources. The Plug-Play-Present controller is just another smart building block we’ve added to the J+P offering that enables integrators to easily solve critical video switching needs.”— Taft Stricklin, sales team manager at Just Add Power

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