Atlona's Fiber Optic Extenders

Atlona's Fiber Optic Extenders, Available in 3GSDI, DVI,RGB/YPbPr, and HDMI, extend high definition signal up to 1000 ft securely, along with audio and RS232, over a single SC Fiber cable

San Jose, CA - July 16, 2009 -Atlona Technologies is releasing a new line of video extenders that transfer high definition video over multi -mode, Optical type, fiber optic cable up to 1000 ft without any signal loss. These new extenders serve not only as a way for companies to send video signal far beyond the lengths of actual cables, but also provide a measure of security due to its use of Fiber Optic cable. Since Fiber Optic cable is immune to interference caused by electromagnetic fields (EMF/EMI), these extenders are perfect for medical imaging applications where a perfect picture is not only ideal, but necessary.

Atlona's HDSDI version, model AT -3GSDI20SR, is capable of sending 3G SDI signals, and is one of the world's smallest 3G/HD -SDI baluns. This UL/CE approved unit allows users to transfer 1080P HDSDI signal at 3Gb/s, supporting a single channel SMPTE -424M 3G HD -SDI, SMPTE -292M HD or SMPTE -259M se¬rial digital video signal, over single or multi mode fiber. This feature rich extender requires no adjustments from users, making setup quick and painless. The AT -3GSDI20SR supports a wide variety of video formats including SDI, DVB -ASI, HD -SDI, and 3G -SDI. This balun connects to inputs through a BNC type connec¬tor, fiber is connected through ST -type fiber optic cable.
Atlona's new AT -3GSDI20SR is expected to start shipping by July 7, 2009 with an MSRP of $1799.00.

For more information, press only:
Christopher Bundy, (408) 954 -8782 ext 113, chris@atlona.com

For more information on the AT -3GSDI20SR:
http://atlona.com/Miniature -Fiber -Optic -3G -HD -SD -SDI -Digital -Video -Extension -Kit -p -17831.html

For more information on Atlona Products:
http://www.atlona.com

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