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USB devices compatibility

Here we provide indications of third-party USB devices that are known to have been tested by Biamp’s community to be compatible with the wireless videoconferencing feature of Modena Hub.

Please note that Biamp is not always made aware of changes made by third parties to the hardware or firmware of the devices referenced, and therefore Biamp cannot guarantee compatibility with any of the products listed on this page. For more information please contact support@biamp.com.

Connecting Devices

Connecting a Single USB Device

Modena Hub is equipped with one USB 2.0/3.0 port. A single USB device can be connected directly to the USB port of Modena Hub, this is typically the case of a Devio unit, or an all-in-one camera that also handles audio in and out.

Any USB 2.0/3.0 device peripheral compatible with USB driver 1.0 and directly plugged into the USB port, is theoretically compatible with Modena “Wireless USB” feature. However, Biamp cannot guarantee a full or even limited compatibility with all the several devices available on the market.

Connecting Multiple USB Devices

Multiple separated audio and video sources (e.g. a webcam and a speakerphone) can be connected to Modena Hub with the help of an external USB hub. Due to a large number of possible combinations, these must be tested on a case by case basis. It is recommended to use a powered USB hub to avoid possible power loss on the connected devices.

Echo Cancellation

Modena does not provide embedded Acoustic Echo Cancellation (AEC) capabilities.

To avoid unwanted echoes at the far end, Modena is required to work in combination with AEC-enabled hardware. This can be either a DSP (Biamp Devio, Biamp Tesira), a speakerphone, or an all-in-one camera.

In some cases, also a software echo cancellation can be obtained with the use of videoconference clients (Zoom, Microsoft Teams). When used in combination with Modena, the effectiveness of this solution varies greatly depending on several factors that can also change over time, and cannot be guaranteed in any way.

List of community tested USB devices 

All-In-One Cameras

Brand Model
Aver VB342
Aver VB342+
Crestron UC-SB1-CAM
Logitech MeetUp
Poly Studio
Yamaha CS-700 (Note: please make sure to connect the camera with a USB 3.0 cable)

Conference Systems

Brand Model
Aver VC520+
Logitech Rally system (Note: Modena works only when connected to the Logitech Rally Table Hub - not the Display Hub)
Poly G7500

Cameras

Brand Model
Aver CAM340
Aver CAM340+
Aver CAM540
Aver CAM540 Pro
(Note: please update the camera firmware to the latest release)
Avonic AV-CM20
Avonic AV-CM40
Avonic AV-CM44
Huddly GO
Huddly IQ (camera only; embedded microphone must not be selected in the Modena USB configuration page)
Jabra Panacast 2 (camera only; embedded microphone is not supported)
Jabra Panacast 3 (camera only; embedded microphone is not supported)
Logitech Brio
Logitech C270
Logitech C310
Logitech C525
Logitech C920
Logitech C922
Logitech C925
Logitech C930
Logitech PTZ Pro
Marshall CV610-U3NV2
Marshall CV610-UB
Microsoft LifeCam HD-3000
Microsoft LifeCam HD-5000
Microsoft LifeCam Studio
Panasonic AW-UE4
Vaddio ConferenceSHOT 10
Vaddio ConferenceSHOT AV

Microphones / Speakers / Speakerphones

Brand Model
Avonic CM-MIC100
Beyerdynamic Phonum
ClearOne Chat 160
Crestron UC-SB1
Jabra Speak 410
Jabra Speak 510 (including Bluetooth)
Jabra Speak 710 (including Bluetooth)
Jabra Speak 810
Nureva HDL300
Poly Communicator CX-100
Revolabs FX UC 500
Yealink CP920

HDMI to USB Converters

Brand Model
Avonic AV-CAP100
Blackmagic Web Presenter