Vision – Techconnect TC3 Module + 5m Cable Packs (TC3-PK+PK5MCABLES)
£70.00 Excl. VAT
For 99% of professional AV installations the same set of modules are required, so Vision offer a simple package that contains a basic selection of modules as a starting point. Just select the length of the cable package you need to go with it from:
Techconnect is a modular audio-visual faceplate family engineered especially for AV installers. A “surround” which comes in two parts fits to a backbox (or “mudring” if your wall is hollow), then the modules fix in place to complete the installation. Techconnect is based around standard UK backbox sizes, and Vision also offers mounting hardware for other countries.
Improved Fit and Finish : Techconnect3 has more space behind the modules stash cables, and narrower and more even gaps between modules. Pure white with a chiselled profile, Techconnect3 also has 11 mm of flat space above and below the connectors for information or company branding stickers.
No Soldering :
Faceplates that require soldering take time build onsite, and – even for experts – create a possible point of failure in the system. Techconnect de-risks an installation.
Screw-In Modules :
The modules have a tab that hooks into the surround at the bottom, then a couple of turns of the pre-installed screws locks the modules into place
Passive and Active Modules :
Vision offer pass-through modules for AV, IT, and pro-audio applications, and active modules which boost USB or extend HDMI, VGA, and USB signals over CAT6 cable.
You can even install a powerful audio amplifier module or a universal controller module right next to the connectivity modules. The faceplate is close at hand and securely fastened in place.
Vision offer professional cables. VGA, Phono (RCA), and Minijack Techconnect cables have phoenix connectors on one end which plugs right in to the rear of the modules. These phoenix connectors can easily be removed to pull cables.
Vision’s VGA cable included the SDA and SCL data lines to support EDID handshakes which allows the display device to communicate its supported display modes.