Engaging the Warp Engine with Just Add Power at ISE 2020

Jeff Terzo of Just Add Power is with Matt Scott to discuss J+P’s Warp Engine and new transmitters.

At the booth, Terzo showcases the company’s new, thin in-wall transmitter unit that features PoE power and HDMI and is for placement anywhere in the network.

Why are these transmitters still needed?

“In the spaces we use them it is still the easiest way we have found that someone feels comfortable to come and just plug into the system,” Terzo says. “It makes sense.”

Also, new from the company is the Warp Engine, which gives integrators the ability to rotate video — a feature that is often needed in video wall applications. 

“This gives us the ability to take any Just Add Power source on the entire system and add that particular artistic video wall to a hotel lobby or museum,” Terzo explains. The Warp Engine can be utilized on the project site or using the web UI or via control system commands. 

Scott and Terzo also discuss the company’s entry-level 4K transmitter that allows analog audio extraction.

Just Add Power is at ISE 2020 on  Booths #1-Q120 & 1-N134.

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