Cisco TelePresence 500 - Lyme Computer Systems

Cisco TelePresence 500 - Lyme Computer Systems
Data Sheet
Cisco TelePresence 500
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Cisco TelePresence creates a live, "face-to-face" experience over the network -empowering you to interact and collaborate with others like never before.
Through a powerful combination of technologies and design that allows you and remote
participants to feel as if you are all in the same room, Cisco TelePresence has the potential to
transform your business. Many organizations are already using Cisco TelePresence to make
decisions faster, improve customer intimacy and cross-cultural communications, scale scarce
resources, and speed products to market.
The Cisco TelePresence meeting solution comprises several endpoint models to meet many types
of meeting needs:
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The Cisco TelePresence 500 is designed for one or two users, bringing the virtual in-person
experience of Cisco TelePresence directly into the private office.
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The Cisco TelePresence 1000 is for small group meetings and one-on-one conversations.
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The Cisco TelePresence 3000 is for business meetings with up to 6 participants per room.
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The Cisco TelePresence 3200 is for large group meetings of up to 18 participants per room.
These endpoints work with the Cisco TelePresence Manager software, which provides easy call
scheduling and setup, and the Cisco TelePresence Multipoint Switch for multipoint calls. This data
sheet discusses the Cisco TelePresence 500 (Figure 1).
Figure 1.
Cisco TelePresence 500
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Product Overview
The Cisco TelePresence meeting solution combines life-size, ultra-high-definition video (1080p),
quality audio, a specially designed environment, and interactive elements to create the feeling of
being in person with meeting participants in remote locations. This simple, easy-to-use solution
allows you and other participants to focus on the meeting, not the technology, and communicate
naturally and effectively.
The Cisco TelePresence 500 (part number CTS-500) brings the virtual in-person experience of
Cisco TelePresence directly into the private office. Creating a new category called Personal
TelePresence, the Cisco TelePresence 500 allows individuals, subject matter experts, and
executives to join Cisco TelePresence calls with equal stature -- appearing life-size on Cisco
TelePresence 3000s and other endpoints.
The smaller footprint of the Cisco TelePresence 500 can give your organization the flexibility to
deploy this solution within personal offices to support intimate, remote one-on-one meetings or to
join large, multipoint Cisco TelePresence calls. The Cisco TelePresence 500 delivers the same
award-winning video, audio, and environmental features that create the immersive, face-to-face
experience consistent across the entire Cisco TelePresence portfolio.
Applications
The Cisco TelePresence 500 is ideal for joining large, multilocation group meetings, such as
operational reviews, status update meetings, and quarterly customer presentations. It also
supports personal meetings such as negotiations, job interviews, and personnel reviews.
The remarkable video clarity of the Cisco TelePresence 500 allows you to see every expression,
and the rich, CD-quality audio helps you hear every word. The ease of use and integrated,
optimized features make it easy to schedule and launch calls by just pushing a button. Integration
with the highly available Cisco network offers reliability, quality of service (QoS), and security,
giving you the confidence to use it for both internal and external meetings.
In addition, the Cisco TelePresence 500 integrates transparently with the rest of the Cisco
TelePresence portfolio to offer the same high-quality Cisco TelePresence experience, including:
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The solution offers high-quality video at 720p and 1080p resolutions.
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Specially designed, high-definition cameras provide high-quality, high-definition images,
with superior eye contact and no user operation required.
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Full-duplex, CD-quality audio facilitates a full, natural conversation with no perceivable
latency. The clarity of the audio allows you and other participants to talk in relaxed or soft
voices and still be heard as if you are all in the same room. The microphone electronics are
carefully designed to eliminate interference from mobile devices and cell phones.
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The specially designed unit is optimized to ensure the best lighting and audio quality.
Cisco TelePresence supports multipoint meetings with up to 48 locations in any
combination of Cisco TelePresence endpoints.
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You need to push only one button; like the other Cisco TelePresence endpoints, the Cisco
TelePresence 500 integrates with common enterprise calendaring programs to enable easy
call start and controls.
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Impromptu call support: The Cisco TelePresence 500 supports impromptu calls; it allows
you to be in person anywhere there is a Cisco TelePresence endpoint, with just a phone
call.
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Integration with the network helps ensure reliability with high availability, security, and QoS
for an optimal experience with every call. Highly secure communications are enabled
through encryption of both video and call signaling.
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The system is interoperable with traditional standards-based video endpoints with the Cisco
TelePresence Multipoint Switch.
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You can conduct both intra- and intercompany Cisco TelePresence meetings with this
solution.
In addition to the overall benefits of the Cisco TelePresence design, the Cisco TelePresence 500
offers the innovative features and benefits listed in Table 1.
Table 1.
Cisco TelePresence 500 Features and Benefits
Feature
Description
Optimized for one or two
participants in a private
office
● Offers elegant design with 37-in. display,
camera, microphone, speakers, and
lighting
● Footprint is small
● Available in three configurations: Freestanding pedestal, wall-mount, or table-top
Benefits
● Offers sophisticated, discreet interface
suited for private and executive offices
● Allows you to sits 4 to 6 feet from the
camera, a comfortable conversation
distance in a typical office configuration
● Offers flexible options to maximize room
characteristics; easily installed with little or
no room remediation or construction costs
Superior audio and video
quality
● Offers ability to project the Cisco
TelePresence experience to any endpoint
for large multipoint calls and intimate oneto-one meetings
● Delivers the same quality virtual in-room
experience as the rest of the Cisco
TelePresence endpoint portfolio
● Individual Cisco TelePresence 500 user
appears life-size and of equal stature to
other participants
● Extends considerably the reach of the
TelePresence experience across an
organization at reasonable cost
Connection for auxiliary
graphics display*
● Allows you to show the data or graphics
content on a separate auxiliary display or
using presentation-in-picture mode
● Can be used as a secondary PC monitor
or video output for digital signage when
not in a TelePresence call
● Offers flexible options for data display;
presentation-in-picture mode suitable for
space-constrained environments
● Remains a useful productivity tool even
when not involved in TelePresence calls
Lighting cues for optimal
seating alignment
● Discreet positioning lights in the bezel
guide users to sit in the optimal camera
location
● Frames the Cisco TelePresence 500 user
in best possible manner at other Cisco
TelePresence endpoints
* Cisco does not provide graphics displays or mounts. Contact your Cisco TelePresence partner for data
display options.
Table 2 lists the overall features and benefits of the Cisco TelePresence portfolio.
Table 2.
Cisco TelePresence Portfolio Features and Benefits
Feature
Description
Directories
Cisco TelePresence allows up to 40 favorites entries for convenient speed-dialing or for
integration into the Cisco Unified Communications Manager general directory service,
which features a search function for thousands of directory entries.
Scheduling services
Cisco TelePresence allows for e-mail calendaring and scheduling services from a Webenabled application. This feature requires the Cisco TelePresence Manager server to be
installed and configured to work with your calendar and e-mail applications.
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Gigabit Ethernet switch
The internal Cisco Gigabit Ethernet Switch allows for a direct connection to a
10/100/1000BASE-T Ethernet network through an RJ-45 interface with single LAN
connectivity for both the Cisco TelePresence system and a co-located Cisco Unified IP
Phone 7975G and Ethernet-attached PC. The system administrator can designate
separate VLANs (802.1Q) for the PC and Cisco IP phones, providing improved security
and reliability of voice and data traffic.
Volume control
The convenient Volume Control button on the phone softkey menu provides for easy
volume adjustments.
Cisco "Auto Collaborate"
This Cisco innovation allows people in all rooms to instantly see and share information or
objects with others by simply plugging in a device such as a laptop computer or the
integrated optional high-definition document camera.
Document camera controls
Software controls for the optional document camera are incorporated into the Cisco
TelePresence user interface on the Cisco IP phone, providing for a more tightly
integrated solution and more natural user controls.
Multipoint support
Cisco TelePresence systems can participate in multipoint meetings by using the Cisco
TelePresence Multipoint Switch.
Mute and Hold
Cisco TelePresence supports mute and hold functions through controls on the Cisco IP
phone.
Audio Mute
The Mute feature has an on-screen mute indicator to remind you that the Mute feature is
activated on the Cisco IP phone.
Video Mute
The Hold/Resume button toggles the Video and Audio Mute features and allows you to
place Cisco TelePresence systems on hold for privacy.
Dialing buttons
These buttons allow for convenient manual or address-book dialing.
Power over Ethernet (PoE) power
for high-definition cameras and
Cisco Unified IP Phone 7975G
The Cisco high-definition cameras and Cisco Unified IP Phone 7975G receive power
down the LAN from the Cisco IEEE 803.3af PoE Switch incorporated into the Cisco
TelePresence codec.
U.S. Section 508 features
The Cisco Unified IP Phone 7975G dial pad conforms to U.S. Section 508 guidelines.
The 5 key has a raised nib that provides a tactilely discernible home key. To access
further accessibility features, you can obtain the U.S. Section 508 Voluntary Product
Accessibility Template (VPAT) at: http://www.cisco.com/go/accessibility.
Signaling protocol support
Cisco TelePresence supports Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) on Cisco Unified
Communications Manager.
Audio codec support
G.711 and advanced audio coding with low -delay (AAC-LD) audio compression codecs
are available.
System lighting
The solution includes an integrated lighting assembly to eliminate facial shadows and
provide natural-looking video without harsh studio lighting or makeup. Lighting is
activated when a Cisco TelePresence call begins.
Product Specifications
Tables 3 through 5 list specifications for the Cisco TelePresence 500.
Table 3.
Product Specifications
Specification
Product compatibility
Description
● Cisco TelePresence System 1000 with CTS software version 1.4 or later
● Cisco TelePresence System 3000 with CTS software version 1.4 or later
● Cisco TelePresence System 3200 with CTS software version 1.4 or later
● Cisco Unified Communications Manager 6.0 or later
● Cisco TelePresence Multipoint Switch 1.0 or later
● Cisco TelePresence Manager 1.4 or later
Software compatibility
Cisco TelePresence System software Version 1.5 or later
Protocols
Cisco Discovery Protocol, SIP, IP, Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP), Secure
Shell (SSH) Protocol, 802.1p/q, and Real-Time Transport Protocol (RTP)
Connectivity
Ethernet (1 LAN, RJ-45 connection -- 100/1000m), internal 4-port Ethernet switch, and
high-definition video connector
Programming interfaces
Web-based user interface; IP address assignment can be statically configured or
configured through the Cisco TelePresence administrator Web interface
Physical dimensions (H x W x D)
Minimum room dimensions: 8 x 6 x 8 feet
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Weight
● 230 lb with pedestal
● 65 lb without pedestal and CODEC
Power
● 350W (3 Amps @ 120V to 1.5 Amps @ 240V)
● Two power plugs are required
Table 4.
Video and Audio Specifications
Specification
Description
Bandwidth consumption
3 to 4 Mbps (1080p) or 1 to 3 Mbps (720p) for IP QoS connections is recommended.
Note: The bandwidth recommendations for the Cisco TelePresence System 500 are
identical to those for the Cisco TelePresence System 1000.
Video standards
H.264
Video frame rate
30 frames per second using H.264
● Graphics sharing at 5 frames per second (standard configuration)
● Optional graphics sharing at 30 frames per second using a dedicated presentation
codec
Data and graphics frame rate
Native National Television
Standards Committee (NTSC)
720p and 1080p
Resolution
1920 x 1080 Native
Audio standards
G.711 and AAC-LD (22 kHz)
Audio features
Cisco Dynamic Echo Cancellation
● Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor (CMOS) 2/3-inch sensor
● C-mount lens
Cisco TelePresence highdefinition camera
● 1080p 30
● Minimum illumination 300 lux
● Manual focus
H.264 interoperability
Table 5.
Using CIF and G.711 with CUVC35xx Series platforms
Additional Specifications
Specification
Description
Firmware upgrades
Downloadable from Cisco Unified Communications Manager
Video network features
Intelligent packet loss recovery of video transmission
● 1 LAN or Ethernet (RJ-45); 100/1000 Mbps
● Internal 4-port Ethernet switch with 2 PoE (IEEE 802.3af) ports on codec
Network interface
Table 6 gives temperature ratings for the Cisco TelePresence 500.
Table 6.
Temperature Ratings
Temperature
Description
Office operating temperature
Operating : 23 to 104ºF (-5 to 40ºC)
Non operating : -13 to 158ºF (-25 to 70ºC)
Relative humidity
10 to 95% (noncondensing)
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Regulatory Compliance
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UL/CSA 60950
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IEC/EN 60950
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AS/NZS 60950
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47CFR (Part 15) FCC Class B
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CISPR 22/ EN55022 Class B
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CISPR 24/EN55024
Ordering Information
To place an order, visit the Cisco Ordering Home Page. Table 7 lists ordering information for the
Cisco TelePresence 500.
Table 7.
Ordering Information
Product Name
Part Number
Cisco TelePresence 500
CTS-500
Ordering Options for the Cisco TelePresence 500
Power cords
Select the appropriate power cord pair option to plug into the wall outlets in the country
where the Cisco TelePresence system will be deployed.
Auxiliary control unit
CTS-LIGHT-CTRL
This is an optional control unit that is not required for Cisco TelePresence 500 operation.
The built-in lighting for the system is included and does not need to be ordered
separately.
Presentation codec
CTS-HFR-COLLAB
This chargeable option adds a dedicated presentation codec to enable high-frame-rate
Auto Collaboration.
Cisco Services
Critical to delivering the innovative Cisco TelePresence experience are integrated lifecycle
services delivered by our Certified Partners and Cisco. Designed specifically for multi-site
organizations, these services accelerate a successful deployment and deliver a high-quality,
reliable, “in-person” Cisco TelePresence experience.
Initial Prepare, Plan, and Design services prepare your network and organization to deliver the
expected consistent quality level of the Cisco TelePresence meeting solution. Operate services
provide continued TelePresence experience in addition to peace of mind for your IT staff by
increasing availability with critical day-2 maintenance support, remote monitoring and
management, as well as remote assistance service. These services use a proven lifecycle
services approach to deliver on a Cisco TelePresence experience. For more information, visit,
http://www.cisco.com/go/telepresenceservices.
For More Information
For more information about the Cisco TelePresence 500, visit
http://www.cisco.com/go/telepresence or contact your local Cisco account representative or
authorized Cisco partner.
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