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HUAWEI Box 500 V600R019C00 Product Description

Describes the features, network, and technical specifications of the Huawei Box.
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Product Structure

Product Structure

Appearance

The Box 500 is a boxlike device that needs to work with a display device, camera, microphone, and speaker. The external display device may be a display, IWB, or display + IWB.

Figure 4-1 Appearance of the Box 500

Front Panel and Rear Panel

Front Panel

Figure 4-2 shows the components on the Box 500's front panel, and Table 4-1 describes the functions of each component.

Figure 4-2 Components on the Box 500's front panel
Table 4-1 Function description

No.

Component

Function

1

LCD

Displays the IP address and site number, as well as startup, upgrade, sleep, and malfunction statuses.

2

Indicator (two-color)

Shows whether the Box 500 is running, sleeping, or faulty.

Rear Panel

Figure 4-3 shows the components on the Box 500's rear panel, and Table 4-2 describes the functions of each component.

Figure 4-3 Components on the Box 500's rear panel
Table 4-2 Function description

Category

No.

Component

Function

Audio input ports

1

Microphone input port (XLR port)

Connects to the XLR port on a microphone.

2

RCA ports (L: left audio channel; R: right audio channel)

Connects to an audio input source such as a computer.

5

HD-AI port (audio input port)

Connects to a microphone array, such as the HUAWEI VPM220. Up to three VPM220s can be connected.

Audio output ports

3

RCA ports

(L: left audio channel; R: right audio channel)

Connects to an external speaker as the first output to deliver audio of the remote participants.

4

RCA ports

(L: left audio channel; R: right audio channel)

Connects to a recording device as the second output, and records sounds of the local and remote participants.

Video input ports

9

HDMI port (HD video input port)

Connects to a content source (such as a local computer) as the third input, at a resolution of up to 3840 x 2160 30 fps. This port can also connect to a camera through a converter cable.

10

VGA port

Connects to a content source (such as a local computer) as the second input, at a resolution of up to 1920 x 1200 60 fps. This port supports input of VGA signals, but not YPbPr signals.

11

HD-VI port

Connects to a HUAWEI VPC620/VPC600/VPC800 HD camera or HUAWEI VPT300 intelligent camera as the first input, at a resolution of up to 3840 x 2160 30 fps. This port supports video input, power supply, and infrared control and also functions as a serial port.

A camera connected to the Box 500 can be upgraded through this port or the COM port.

NOTE:

A device connected to the Box 500 through the HD-VI or HT-RX port can be powered through this port. If both ports are in use, only one port (default: HD-VI port) can supply power for the connected device. The default port for power supply can be changed on the Box 500's web interface.

12

HT-RX port

Reserved for connecting to an HT-RX-compliant camera as the fourth input within a maximum distance of 50 m, at a resolution of up to 3840 x 2160 30 fps. This port supports video input, power supply, and camera control.

Video output ports

6

HDMI port (HD video output port)

Delivers audio and video of the local participants as the third output by default, at a resolution of up to 1080p 60 fps. This port does not support output of YPbPr signals.

Connects to an IWB.

7

HDMI port (HD video output port)

Delivers the shared content of the remote participants as the second output by default, at a resolution of up to 3840 x 2160 60 fps. This port does not support output of YPbPr signals.

Connects to an IWB.

8

HDMI port (HD video output port)

Delivers audio and video of the remote participants as the first output by default, at a resolution of up to 3840 x 2160 60 fps. This port does not support output of YPbPr signals.

Connects to an IWB.

Other components

13

Touch port

Connects to the Touch and supplies power to it.

14

USB Type-B port

Connects to a computer for reverse control over the computer during content sharing over a cable.

15

USB Type-A port

Connects to a USB device, such as a USB flash drive, wireless keyboard, or IWB.

16

COM port (dual-mode serial communication port)

Connects to a camera control cable for camera control and infrared transmission. It can also be used for fault diagnosis and maintenance of the Box 500.

A camera connected to the Box 500 can be upgraded through this port or the HD-VI port.

17

Ethernet ports (LAN1: primary network port used for external services; LAN2: backup network port used for transparent transmission and internal management)

  • 10/100/1000 Mbit/s full duplex and half duplex
  • Transparent transmission at the IP layer

18

RESET button

  • During startup, press and hold this button for 10s to restore the A/B system.
  • When the Box 500 is running, press and hold this button for 10s to reset it to factory settings.

    After you press and hold this button for 5s, the system will display a prompt indicating that your Box 500 will be reset to factory settings if you press and hold this button for 10s.

19

Power input port (100-240 V AC, 50/60 Hz, 3 A)

Connects to a power supply.

20

Ground stud

Connects to a ground cable.

21

Power switch

Powers the Box 500 on or off.

NOTE:

Connect all necessary cables before powering on the Box 500.

Indicator

By checking the status of the indicator on a Box 500, you can determine its operating status and ensure that it is working properly with other videoconferencing devices.

Table 4-3 shows the Box 500 status corresponding to each indicator status.

Table 4-3 Indicator statuses and corresponding Box 500 statuses

Indicator Status

Box 500 Status

Off

Powered off

Blinking green twice per second

Powering on

Blinking green four times per second

Upgrading

Steadily lit (green)

Working properly

Blinking green (on for 1s, off for 2s, fading in and out)

On standby

Blinking red once every 5s

Faulty hardware

Blinking red four times per second

Faulty software

Blinking red once every 2.5s

Overheated

HUAWEI Touch

Featuring an all-new UI, the Touch runs the Huawei Telepresence system. The calling and meeting control functions are easy to use and can be accessed with just a tap.

The Touch connects to the Box 500 in any of the following ways:

  • Connect the Touch to the TOUCH port on the Box 500.
  • Connect the Touch to a network port on the switch to which the Box 500 connects.
  • Connect the Touch to the Wi-Fi hotspot on the Box 500 or connect the Touch and the Box 500 to the same Wi-Fi hotspot on the network where they are located.

Figure 4-4 shows the appearance of the Touch and its rear components.

Figure 4-4 Front and rear appearance of the Touch

Table 4-4 describes the function of each component.

Table 4-4 Functions of the Touch's power button and rear components

No.

Component

Function

1

Power button

  • Press to lock or wake up the screen.
  • Press and hold to turn the Touch on or off.

2

USB Type-C port

Connects to the power adapter that comes with the Touch through the Type-C cable to power the Touch.

3

PoE port

  • Connects to the TOUCH port on the Box 500 so that you can control the Box 500 using the Touch.
  • Connects to the PoE or common network port on a switch.
  • Connects to the TOUCH port on the Box 500 or the PoE port on a switch to power the Touch.

4

Kensington lock hole

Connects to a Kensington lock (not included with the Touch) to secure the Touch.

External Camera

The Box 500 can connect to Huawei's HD cameras VPC600, VPC620, and VPC800 and Huawei's intelligent camera VPT300.

VPC600/VPC620

The VPC600 and VPC620 support HD resolutions such as 1080p 60 fps, 1080i, and 720p. They also provide industry-leading video processing capabilities through Automatic White Balance (AWB), Automatic Exposure (AE), and Automatic Focus (AF).

The VPC600 and VPC620 have the same appearance.

Figure 4-5 VPC620

VPC800

The VPC800 is the industry's first 4K x 2K 60 fps ultra-HD camera that is compatible with HD resolutions such as 1080p 60 fps, 1080i, and 720p. Additionally, the VPC800 provides industry-leading video processing capabilities with AWB, AE, and AF.

The VPC800 has a sleek black design, with a half-hidden lens, aluminum-alloy structure, and integrated housing. The lens is well protected from damage and debris.

Figure 4-6 VPC800

VPT300

The VPT300 has a compact design and consists of one base, one sound pickup pole, and two VPC600s. In addition, the VPT300 provides 16 built-in microphones as a microphone array for sound localization, as well as a dual-camera system for face detection. These features support speaker tracking with accurate localization and fast focusing.

Figure 4-7 VPT300

Microphone Array

The Box 500 can connect to the HUAWEI VPM220 microphone array shown in Figure 4-8. The VPM220 provides dual-channel wideband audio, delivering a superior audio experience.
Figure 4-8 VPM220
  • High-quality audio

    The VPM220 supports a sampling rate of up to 48 kHz and a full frequency range. It is able to sample sound at rates lower than 22 kHz, which means that it can completely pick up any sound recognized by human ears. The VPM220 significantly reduces signal loss caused by analog transmission cables, while offering a hi-fi stereo experience. These capabilities are made possible through the integrated digital signal processing and transmission technology and the Acoustic Echo Cancellation (AEC), Automatic Gain Control (AGC), and Automatic Noise Suppression (ANS) functions.

  • Superior sound experience

    Embedded with three microphones, a single VPM220 supports 360-degree sound pickup with an optimal range of six meters. This allows participants at the local site to hear every sound nuance coming from participants at the remote site.

  • Power saving

    Highly energy-efficient, the VPM220 requires no more than 2.5 W of power when running.

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