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New Products - October 2009
FIT-70: The FIT 70's separate test head lets an operator easily connect to hard-to-reach cables. As quickly as it is connected, the functional values are brightly displayed on a high-contrast LCD screen. The site's VSWR output is read out, as are the forward and reverse power readings, measured in watts or dBm. The FIT-70 covers a range from 70MHz to 1000MHz. The device works for tests at remote antenna sites and at links between studios and transmitters. The wattmeter is carried in a fitted case that protects it in transit to an outlying antenna location.
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D-TEC II: The D-TEC II safety unit provides overhead power line and obstacle detection and above-the-mast illumination. The anti-collision system automatically stops mast extension, providing added protection from overhead hazards for the operator and equipment. Features include look-up light illumination directly above telescoping mast, high-voltage sensor to aid the operator in detecting overhead power lines, anti-collision sensor to automatically stop mast extension and a factory pre-set sensitivity setting.
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DLBX Series: The DLBX Series is optimized to handle the active or passive thermal management needs of digital video recorders and other digital equipment. It mounts vertically or horizontally to the wall, and can be used as a monitoring shelf. A configurable thermal management system including a fan and two filters can be set up to accommodate the needs of any DVR. An optional proportional speed thermostatic fan control ensures the fan only runs when needed, reducing maintenance requirements and noise. Extensive cable management includes tie points, EKOs and cable pass-throughs. A mechanically interlocking top provides added security yet removes easily for equipment servicing, and a standard keylocked solid hinging front door allows easy equipment access.
Studio Hawk.8: The Studio Hawk.8 monitors audio and EAS receivers at a studio and communicates problems via e-mail, text messaging and signaling devices. The base system includes Studio Hawk software and hardware to monitor eight status channels, analog channels and relays. It records EAS data (transmitted and received), and can be expanded to monitor up to a total of six EAS receivers. Users will also receive multiple contacts for each alarm with delays between messages, a daily dead air report PDF by e-mail and filtered EAS alerts.
VCOM Touchpanel: Designed using a tablet PC core that can readily be removed and used as a stand-alone desktop intercom station, the 3RU intercom panel features a high-resolution touch-screen selector to create multi-channel intercom systems. It works interchangeably with VCOM Control Panels on PCs, tablet PCs and handhelds. VCOM Touchpanel's 7", touch-screen GUI supports a virtually unlimited number of channels configurable for point-to-points, group calls, party lines, and program audio listens. Moreover, the entire VCOM Matrix System can be dynamically configured and monitored from any VCOM Touchpanel on the network. The modular unit supports a gooseneck microphone and has dual integrated speakers. It can also be used with a USB headset (XLR connector optional) or wirelessly with Bluetooth.
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