Extron NAV & Streaming Systems Serve the Chef for St. Helena High’s Culinary Program
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St. Helena Highs culinary class includes 6 full industrial kitchens, and the instructor is Chef Karl Turner III. Initially, the students gathered around the beyond one kitchen to watch the professional chef prepare and plate the gourmet dishes. Now, a NAV Pro AVoIP system ties 3 broadcast-quality 4K HDMI PTZ video cameras to the existing 55″ screens, in addition to supplies material to the streaming system. An Extron NAV E 101 encoder installed with each cam shares video from the chefs grill/range station and the two food preparation stations. A 4th video camera and encoder are being installed for a heads-on view of the chef at work. The chefs PC and a TLP Pro 1225TG 12 ″ Tabletop TouchLink Pro Touchpanel are installed on a shelf below one of the prep tables, protecting them from heat and splashes. The PC is linked to an Extron NAV E 201 D wallplate HDMI encoder. To support the PCs USB signals, an Extron MediaPort 200 HDMI and Audio to USB Scaling Bridge converts USB to HDMI. The bridge improves the computer-sourced content for the students going to class from home. The SMP 111 streaming media processor captures and distributes the cam feeds and other resources for selectable live streaming. 5 Extron transmitters stream AV signals over the 1 Gbps Ethernet network. An Extron NetPA U 1004 power amplifier with Dante and DSP 100 watts per channel drives the 70 V distributed audio system.
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Anaheim, California (December 22, 2021)– St. Helena High School is a top-ranked institute of discovering in Californias Napa Valley white wine region. Since of this wealth of fine dining and high-end accommodations, the high schools culinary classroom received a new AV system that boosts direction on-site as well as for trainees attending from house.
CNC credits this in part to Extrons properly designed products and the support engineers. To read the full St. Helena High School Culinary Classroom case research study,
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” Integration of Extrons NAV Pro AV over IP system and the SMP 111 streaming processor lets the trainees at home be on the same page as those in the class,” says Brian Baesler, Program Manager at Consolidated Networks Corporation. “This makes the AV system just what the chef purchased.”
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An Extron NAV E 101 encoder installed with each camera shares video from the chefs grill/range station and the two food preparation stations. The PC is linked to an Extron NAV E 201 D wallplate HDMI encoder. 5 Extron transmitters stream AV signals over the 1 Gbps Ethernet network. An Extron NetPA U 1004 power amplifier with Dante and DSP 100 watts per channel drives the 70 V dispersed audio system.