PureLink Upgrades PureMedia Line to Redundant Hot Swappable PSUs

Company's PM Switchers Now Feature Field Replaceable Power Modules For Mission Critical Applications

PureLink, a leading manufacturer of 4K/UHD video signal management solutions for professional and residential A/V markets world-wide, announced today that their PureMedia Matrix Switchers are now available with detachable, modular power supply units that allow repair or replacement of any component while the unit is operating. The PureMedia line of modular digital cross-platform matrix switchers, which were already offered with fully redundant power supplies, now adds the ability for modular PSU replacement in the field to their list of features and functions for these devices.

PureMedia switchers are fully scalable, from 8x8 to 256x256, and proven to work consistently and seamlessly with a long list of UHD/4K devices, providing a controllable and reliable HD ecosystem. These products serve a multitude of markets, including the broadcast, corporate, educational, house of worship and digital signage verticals. With a fully detachable design, PureMedia matrix switchers not only support automatic fail-over to a hot spare power supply, but also allow quick and easy field replacement, eliminating downtime and risk of system failure.

All models and chassis sizes from 16x16 and up have been upgraded to the new hot swappable configuration. This feature is essential for customers utilizing the equipment in more mission critical applications like military or government entities or medical and health care facilities. Power reliability is a crucial factor in mid to large-scale signal management systems for mission critical applications like these and PureLink's switchers now offer the only large-scale matrix routing solutions with fully modular, hot-swappable redundant power.

"When the system absolutely, positively has to be up and running 24/7/365, this new feature will be essential," stated Howard Schilling, PureLink's Director of Sales. "No need to power down and reboot every time you change a component or service the unit," he added. "Just swap out the power modules while the matrix is still running and its business as usual with no uncertainty or extra steps involved, it couldn't be easier," concluded Mr. Schilling.

For additional information on PureLink's PureMedia line of UHD video and data distribution management solutions please call 201-488-3232 or e-mail at sales@purelinkav.com.

About PureLink

PureLink designs and manufactures the world's most respected HD Video connectivity solutions, consisting of products such as Cross-Platform Digital Modular and Integrated Matrix Switchers, Presentation Systems, CATx/Fiber Optic Extenders, Format Converters, Video Switchers and Distribution Amplifiers, along with accessories such as Signal Analyzers, Audio Downmixers, Digital Signal Isolators, and DisplayPort, Fiber Optic, and HDMI Cables and Adapters. Founded in 2002, PureLink has quietly pioneered the exploding HD Video connectivity space, inventing 1080p HDCP matrix switching along with the large-scale DVI Matrix Switcher. PureLink goes Beyond 4K. For further information on all PureLink product offerings please go to www.purelinkav.com.

Mike Salerno, Channel Marketing Manager
(201) 488-3232

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