2009 NAB Show New Products
Smart Series: These transmitters are small, high-power, hot-pluggable units that can be operated in HD Radio mode with the addition of an exciter and by selecting HD Radio or HD+FM mode on the front panel. Designed for the future of radio, the new Smart Series are feature-rich with tri-mode operation, and housed in a 19" chassis with an easy-to-open front panel for greater accessibility and quick installation. The touch screen control panel allows for ease of switching between main readings such as forward and reflected power, PA voltage and PA current. The built-in Web server provides complete monitoring and control of your system from any location.
LEX 150: The new Lex 150 offers 150W of power. Main features include: direct frequency programmability from front panel; built-in, selectable, very-high separation internal stereo generator and fast audio clipper; USB port (front) for PC connection and two independent RS 485 ports (rear); up to seven presets allowing for back up to multiple stations; built-in, front panel programmable FSK ID keyer by software for auto-ID of translators; telemetry and remote control interface built-in; fast access to programmability, functions and all readings from front panel via user-friendly menu display; proportional auto-foldback of output power in the event of excessive VSWR; adjustable power output from 0 to 150W with soft-start; automatic power control maintaining the output at any pre-set level; and voltage selector for 120 or 230Vac operation.
MS2690A: The MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A signal analyzer leads the industry with world-class measurement performance and speed. In the 50Hz to 6GHz-band, it offers best-of-class total level and modulation accuracy, as well as wideband analysis. At frequencies above 3GHz, it supports high-speed and high-accuracy measurements. In addition, superior RF-performance-based FFT analysis over a wide band up to 125MHz, coupled with a vector signal analysis function as well as a digitize function for high-accuracy capture of signal waveforms as digital data, support both R&D of next-generation wireless communications systems and function tests of devices and base stations requiring high performance. Moreover, fast Tx/Rx measurement for each application is made easy by installing the vector signal generator option and analysis software.
Scale-IT: Electrorack's patent-pending Scale-IT blanking panels easily block open rack units in an enclosure. Lightweight, snap-together designs allows users to stock one size panel and quickly scale it to fill rack unit openings of any size. The snap-together, living hinge design creates a seal to prevent airflow leakage between panels. The panels are reusable, so you won't have to worry about cutting panels to the wrong size. All unused rack units at the front of a rack should be filled with blanking panels to prevent unwanted hot exhaust air from re-circulating to the front air intake of the equipment. Failure to utilize blanking panels can lead to increased equipment operating temperatures, which eventually leads to premature failure.
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