AirMedia® Receiver 3200
Connect and Present
The Receiver mounts invisibly behind or beside a wall-mount display and enables a smart room with wireless collaboration. It features AirMedia wireless presentation capability, an HDMI® output to the display (up to 4K), an HDMI input, and various USB interfaces for wireless conferencing. Connect your laptop, smart phone, tablet, or other source type to instantly present the source image on the display.
AirMedia Wireless Presentation
With AirMedia technology, users can wirelessly present content from laptops, smartphones, and tablet devices via an external Wi-Fi® wireless network. Present content from desktop or laptop computers using downloadable client software, the AirMedia extension for the Google Chrome™ web browser (Windows® 10 computers only). Present content from Android™ and iOS® mobile devices with the AirMedia app.
For more information about AirMedia, visit www.crestron.com/airmedia.1
In addition to AirMedia, the AM-3200 includes an HDMI input for direct connection of a local source, such as a Mini PC, or a portable laptop computer via an optional wall plate or cable. The HDMI input supports HD 1080p/60 signals.2
Present up to four sources simultaneously with the AirMedia Canvas feature. To maximize screen coverage, AirMedia Canvas automatically configures the best possible layout based on the number of active presenters, the type of sources, and their aspect ratios.3 Use the AirMedia app or a connected touch screen (sold separately) to manage sources and their position on the display.
Wireless conferencing provides a premium collaboration experience by enabling video calling from almost any device.4 The AirMedia application provides wireless access to a host of connected conferencing peripherals, such as soundbars, cameras, or speakerphones. Peripherals are immediately available on the user's laptop for use in Microsoft Teams® software or Zoom™ software.
Enhanced Onscreen Experience
When no source is connected, the AM-3200 displays a customizable welcome screen on the room display with simple instructions for connecting and presenting. Integration with Microsoft Exchange Server® (for Outlook® and Microsoft 365® software users), Google Calendar™, or Crestron Fusion® room scheduling software allows the space’s availability and meeting details to appear onscreen. As the meeting progresses, notifications appear periodically to indicate both the time left in the meeting and the next scheduled event. Pop-up messages sent from Crestron Fusion may also appear in the event of an emergency or to deliver an important announcement.
Add-on Control Options
Enable manual control of the AM-3200 by adding a 7 in. or 10 in. Crestron® TS- or TSW- 70 series touch screen. The touch screen provides an additional view of the room schedule and meeting details as well as controls for input source selection, display power on/off, and display volume and mute. Add a Power over Ethernet occupancy sensor (CEN-ODT-C-POE) to control display or digital signage on/off based on room occupancy or vacancy.