TOGGLE ROOMS XT for larger spaces

TOGGLE ROOMS XT USB 3.0/HDMI devices to 3 host switcher can be used for a wide variety of applications.

BYOD/BYOM compatibility for Room PCs and laptops:

Automatic or manual switching of 6 peripherals (5x USB + 1 displays) between 3 hosts: Redefine collaboration with Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) and Bring Your Own Meeting (BYOM) support, offering flexibility for various meeting scenarios via a push button or control pad.

  • Automatic switching: Enjoy hassle-free meetings with automatic switching between connected devices, enhancing user convenience and optimizing meeting room efficiency.
  • Seamless connectivity: Effortlessly switch between Room PCs and laptop hosts, enabling fast transitions of peripherals for a seamless collaboration experience.


* BYOD – Bring Your Own Device 
**BYOM – Bring Your Own Meeting 

One cable solution to take control of the room

  • 1.8 m USB-C 100W cable included
  • 10 m USB-C tested solutions (view the list)
  • 2x HDMI outputs: one for room display and one for content sharing
  • 4K60 / 16:9 and 5K30 / 21:9 widescreen capable


BYOM mode button (INO – Host button)

INO – Host button (OPTIONAL)


Function: A simple button interface to activate BYOM mode (laptop hosts the meeting)

  • Connect via GPI for controlling the BYOM mode
  •  Requirements:
    • Connected to the unit with a simple CAT cable (CAT cable not included).
    • By default, the button will configure the device to operate in BYOM mode.
  • To activate BYOM mode (laptop host)
    • The laptop must be connected via USB-C or USB-B + HDMI cables.
    • When the button is pressed, the button will illuminate, indicating the peripherals (cameras, audio or videobar) are connected to the laptop for a BYOM meeting hosted by the laptop (the button doesn’t actually connect the peripherals. TOGGLE ROOMS XT does).
    • By pressing the button again, BYOM to the laptop is disabled, and the host returns to the room PC. The button is not illuminated anymore.
  • User controls:
    • The button controls the device through the GPI interface.
      • The device automatically detects new connections.
      • A technician uses a physical button on the unit itself for testing during the installation.