Liberty AV upgrades EduLinx classroom network connectivity system with EZ-Flex Turret

Sept. 16, 2010
For use with Liberty AV’s EduLinx system, an enhanced interface called the EZ-Flex Turret employs a high-grade, 26 AWG rotatable design.

COLORADO SPRINGS, CO -- For use with Liberty AV’s EduLinx system, a quick-connect AV network cabling platform for classrooms, a new enhanced interface called the EZ-Flex Turret employs a high-grade, 26 AWG rotatable design offering more stability while causing less stress on the cabling and connections. The articulating connector is fully self-contained and will begin shipping in late October, says Liberty AV (formerly Liberty Wire & Cable).

According to the company, more compact and significantly easier to install than previous designs, the EZ-Flex Turret makes the task of tying all cable runs into a standard wall box less time-consuming and more efficient, while eliminating the stress and failures associated with the sharp bends often resulting with the use of traditional connectors. The connector enables layout customization in classrooms using desktop and laptop computers, DVD and VCR players, interactive whiteboards, document cameras, projectors.

The EZ-Flex Turret was built expressly for use with Liberty AV’s EduLinx cabling selections, which are available in both standard and custom configurations, and come in 35, 50, and 75 foot lengths with integrated or customized fanouts. To compensate for future changes, the EduLinx cables can also be ordered without fanouts. Installers choosing this option can then choose from Liberty’s catalog of quick-connecting fanout options or specify a fanout created for their own specific needs.

EduLinx supports AV standards for wall plates, cables, and fanouts, and is suited for interactive classrooms, auditoriums, theatres, science rooms, conference rooms, lecture halls, and anywhere else where it makes sense for multiple signals to run over a single cable. Liberty AV is accepting EZ-Flex Turret orders now for units slated for late October shipping. Customers installing the original EduLinx plates with the flexible “tail” can choose to upgrade to this design.

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