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InfoComm gratefully acknowledges these companies for their recent contributions to InfoComm Academy. Their generosity keeps the Academy and the industry moving forward.

New Practice and Testing Racks
for Installation School
• Middle Atlantic Products, Inc. donated 12 21-space mobile racks, power strips, horizontal and vertical lacing strips and buss bars
• FSR Inc. donated 26 custom plates that simulate
equipment for rack lacing and terminations
• Extron Electronics donated 48 adapters, Mini HR cable and hundreds of connectors
• West Penn Wire donated thousands of feet of cable
• Neutrik donated hundreds of audio connectors

Other Instructional Equipment
• Lectrosonics Inc. donated a new DM1824 DSP matrix mixer
• Polycom donated three new Vortex 2280 DSP matrix mixers and PVX videoconferencing software
• Soundcraft donated a Spirit E8 mixing console
• Wolfvision loaned a document camera
• Optoma donated two projectors
• Crestron donated the control system and amplifier for the new lab
• Da-Lite Screen Company donated an Electrol Contour Screen and controls for the new lab
• Anchor donated three portable sound systems
• AMX donated programming and control equipment
• Shure has donated a variety of microphones, and is donating a wireless system and P4800/DFR22 matrix mixer

Boardroom and Meeting Room Upgrade
• Extron Electronics donated eight cable cubbies, cable, switchers and Media Link control equipment
• West Penn Wire donated cable
• AMX is donating a new Netlinx control system, touchpanel and software
• Polycom is donating a new VSX videoconferencing system

Give the gift of knowledge this holiday season. Help keep InfoComm Academy’s educational programs current with the latest hardware, software, tools, test equipment and supplies. For more information on how you can help, contact Bill Thomas at 703.273.7200 ext. 3350, or bthomas@infocomm.org.

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