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New Products - June 2009
Stereo two-channel compressor
MLA-2 Upgrade: The MLA-2 now features a stereo or two-channel compressor with stepped drive (input gain), ratio, attack and release time, and output gain controls. The exterior has been modernized to include custom designed metal knobs and a thicker front panel. New output amplifiers with improved high frequency performance have also been incorporated and this unit also offers total bypass when the power is off.
Internet radio widget
Yes Widget: The Yes Widget is geared to renew radio listenership by promoting listener loyalty and time spent with the station. The Yes Widget, which can be embedded into any radio station's website, offers an interactive experience for listeners, creating a community through chat features and prizes. Through the widget, listeners can instantly purchase songs from the station's playlist directly from Itunes. Radio listeners can search among thousands of stations at Yes.com.
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Remote lighted pushbutton panel
REM-100: An eight-channel wired remote control system that uses a DIN rail-mounted series of electronics, this device allows control of up to eight relay closures in two directions over a single pair of wires. A single-pole switch closes a relay at the other end in both directions. Because the REM-8 system uses serial communications, one unit can act as a master to up to 64 slave units. Serial communications options include RS-485, CAN Bus or USB interface to a PC. When connected to a PC via a USB port, a single local REM-100 can communicate to up to 64 REM-100 modules. A multi-location remote control system can be configured quickly as only a single pair is needed to communicate along the REM-100 network. Each module has eight control inputs and eight relays so duplicate functions can be mirrored if required. Each module has a set of local and remote status indicators so that when a switch is closed in the remote location positive verification can be made at the other location.
Single, mid- and full-sized rack kit
KD-RB100, KD-RB200, KD-RB300: These expansion kits come in three heights, KD-RB100 (24"), KD-RB200 (48") and KD-RB300 (72"), which allow users to customize current Key Digital Racks to meet growing needs for rack space. They are made of heavy gauge steel tubing and features EIN hole spacing with standard 19" rack spacing on the front and rear of the rack, therefore allowing users to make the most of available space without any excess bulk. The kits feature a 600lb. capacity, slim 21.125 OD width, and customizable height when used with KD-RE100.
Pre-packaged broadcast systems
Altair: The Altair family of uplink satellite broadcasting systems was designed to meet the requirements of varying broadcast companies and applications of religious institutions, universities, new satellite channels, existing channels, large corporations, news agencies, etc. Altair is available in one-, two-, three- and four-channel packages in both C and Ku-band depending on customer needs. The Altair package includes the antenna and all related indoor and outdoor electronics that will handle encoding, modulation, transmission, as well as monitoring of the satellite signal. The Altair systems are offered all-inclusive, in stock and pre-tested for maximum reliability allowing for quick set up and fast time to air.
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