The AVT 100 is ideal for professional A/V environments such as boardrooms, conference rooms, and classrooms, and can be employed in large-area RF distribution systems in stadiums, arenas, and campus CCTV systems, as well.
Anaheim, CA (August 13, 2004) - Extron Electronics is pleased to announce the AVT 100, a compact cable and television (TV) tuner with RS -232 control, designed for easy integration into a variety of applications. The AVT 100 is ideal for professional A/V environments such as boardrooms, conference rooms, and classrooms, and can be employed in large -area RF distribution systems in stadiums, arenas, and campus CCTV systems, as well.
The AVT 100 is simple and intuitive to operate. Channels may be selected directly from the front panel, which includes a three -digit alphanumeric LED display. Expanded control is available via RS -232, as well as extended range IR operation with an optional IR remote.
`With easy operation, as well as an integrator friendly feature set, the AVT 100 is ideal for A/V applications that require access to broadcast programming,` commented Lee Dodson, vice president of marketing for Extron.
The AVT 100 can be set for full or restricted user channel access. Configuration settings for channel presets can be exported to a file for convenient installation of additional units. Outputs for the AVT 100 include composite video, and balanced or unbalanced stereo audio.
The AVT 100 is available in both NTSC and PAL versions, and is housed in a 1U, quarter rack width metal enclosure.
For pricing and availability, please contact an Extron Customer Support Representative at 800.633.9876.
Extron Electronics, headquartered in Anaheim, CA, is a leading manufacturer of professional A/V system products including computer -video interfaces, switchers, matrix switchers, distribution amplifiers, video scalers, scan converters, signal processing devices, Ethernet control interfaces, and high resolution cables. Extron products are used to integrate video and audio into presentation systems for today's high tech boardrooms, presentation/training centers, university lecture halls, and other applications.