New Option Provides Additional Flexibility in System Design & Control.
Las Vegas, NV (April 14, 2008) – Telemetrics Inc. is introducing an HD Fiber Link option to its highly successful Coax Link 55C Camera Control System here at NAB 2008. The new HD Fiber Link option offers a convenient and cost-effective means of transmitting true HD/SD SDI video from any camera to the Telemetrics base station over long distances.
“In today’s advancing broadcast environment, Telemetrics continues to offer innovative camera automation technology which is designed to give our customers more efficient and flexible choices,” said Anthony Cuomo, Vice President and General Manager, Telemetrics, Inc. “The HD Fiber Link provides broadcasters and production professionals the same conveniences in HD as are afforded by our Standard Coax Link System and allows them to design systems which are best suited for their application.”
The new product consists of a Camera Adapter Option (55C-CA-HDFL) and an HD Fiber Link Base Station (HDFL-BS). The HD signal is transmitted across a single-mode fiber optic cable which runs alongside the main coax cable.
The rack-mountable HD Fiber Link Base Station is factory configured with one HD Fiber Link Receiver Card and can be expanded to house up to four Receiver Cards. Each Card is designed with one fiber input and two HD/SD SDI outputs. For maximum flexibility and economy, one HD Fiber Link Base Station can serve up to four 55C Camera Control Systems with four separate cameras.
For more information on Telemetrics’ camera control systems call 201-848-9818, fax 201-848-9819, or visit www.telemetricsinc.com.
About Telemetrics, Inc.
Telemetrics, Inc. offers a comprehensive line of camera control components and systems for broadcast, industrial, educational and military applications. The company’s highly specialized line includes: camera robotics systems with programmable computer controlled pan/tilt mechanisms, weatherproof camera robotic systems, motorized camera trolley systems, most with virtual set position sensors, advanced control software, and a wide variety of programmable controllers. Additional products include camera control systems through triax cable, RF and fiber links, teleconferencing and distance learning systems.