2009 NAB Show New Products
Original art panels
Sonic Print by Eric Waugh: Auralex has partnered with independent artists, such as Eric Waugh, whose artistic themes embrace the excitement and energy of urban life, romance, music, pets and still life. Sonic Print custom-printed, artistic Pro Panels are fabric-covered acoustic absorptive panels designed as artwork. Users are no longer limited to single color fabric choices, and can now outfit any space with paintings, drawings and photography of any kind. Auralex is currently negotiating several licensed properties to provide additional graphic options.
High voltage detector
Wireless Sigalarm: This detector features a detection frequency of 50-60Hz and four working states. Alarm levels include: normal (no alarm); caution (high voltage detected at safety distance, audible visible alarm); warning (high voltage detected at dangerous distance, audible and visible alarm plus relay contact outputs); and no data (there is not connectivity between sensor and main unit, audible and visible alarm). The sensitivity is adjustable; it features a built-in buzzer and external speaker. Up to four remote sensors can be accommodated, and it has relay switched outputs for external control and alert devices.
AB-8: The AB8 is an 8-channel, balanced, bidirectional signal switcher (1 in/2 out, or 2 in/1 out). It auto-senses loss of input on its eight primary inputs and automatically switches to secondary inputs for backup in live tracking applications. The switcher can also be used manually to switch between inputs and outputs when multi-tracking in a studio. Channels can be switched individually or globally and AB8 units can be master/slaved for switching large numbers of channels.
FM Series: This new product line has been designed to replace the existing 1KW to 10kW FM transmitter line. The new 3RU power amplifiers are more space efficient, producing 1kW instead of 500W. It is composed of easily interchangeable modules that are hot swappable. Each module is redundant and includes two MOSFETs with an independent power supply. The new Ecreso FM transmitter product line can be controlled via an RS-232 local interface or via TCP/IP.
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