🎯 Airtame 2 is powered by a 2.3A 5V power adaptor.
🎯 Airtame 2 cannot be powered via USB port.
🎯 HDMI adapters can be used to convert the cable to VGA, DVI & DP.

Powering Airtame

🎯 Use only the provided power adapter.
🎯 The Aircord is not compatible with any USB extenders and, if necessary, should only be extended on the Power-side using Airtame extension cord.
🎯 Airtame 2 is compatible with our Airtame PoE Adapter.

How to assemble the AC power adapter

Airtame comes with a US power adapter which can be adapted with EU, UK and AUS plugs. To connect the plug of your choice, follow these steps:

  1. Take the PSU (power supply unit) and the adapter of your choice.
  2. Slide the socket over the prongs of the power adapter.

*If the Aircord is too short - you can purchase the Airtame Extension Cord to provide additional flexibility. You can purchase one here.

How to use Airtame with PoE

Airtame 2 has a compatible Airtame PoE Adapter (sold separately) that replaces the power adapter.

Mounting Airtame

Airtame 2 provides flexible mounting options for permanent and non-permanent installations. When choosing a spot, remember to:

  1. Place the Airtame as close to the line of sight with the nearest AP as possible.
  2. Place Airtame within 50 feet (15 meters) of an AP.
  3. Use an HDMI-in that is in the direction of the nearest AP.
  4. Try to avoid placing Airtame 2 behind WiFi blockers like the TV or furniture.
  5. Hide the cabling out of sight by using the adhesive strip.

Permanent vs non-permanent

  • Permanent installations: use the adhesive strips of the wall mount and Aircord to permanently fix the Airtame 2 to the TV, projector or the wall beside it.
  • Non-permanent installations: use only the magnetism of the wall mount to fix the Airtame to a metallic part of the TV or projector. Remember to leave the red seal on the adhesive pads.

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️▶️ If you would like to download a PDF of following deployment guide, click here for Airtame 1 and here for Airtame 2

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