Bluebell Opticom Ltd., provider of innovative fibre optic solutions for fixed and remote applications, today announced that European mobile broadcasting company CTV Outside Broadcasts has installed a customized fibre multiplexing system designed by Bluebell into one of its outside broadcast (OB) vans. The new system makes it possible for CTV to increase its use of the pre-existing fibre infrastructure at an event location and decrease the amount of fibre it has to lay. At the same time, the Bluebell solution gives CTV the flexibility to add to or reconfigure the system as needed for different applications, and the ability to recover a signal should the on-site fibre core fail.
"We are proud to offer these new Mini DisplayPort assemblies and adapter to address mobile device display, digital signage, and high-end PC monitor applications"
The latest addition in the company's CLSO series of multi-format matrix switchers designed for commercial and education use.
Launched at 2015 InfoComm and Now Shipping, the New Platinum Tools Tone and Probe Set Quickly Traces and Identifies Cable Locations on Jacks or Through Walls
We know the demand for more bandwidth will continue, so how can wired infrastructures adapt to these demands?
CEDIA (the Custom Electronic Design and Installation Association) has produced a new video Guide to Smart Home Wiring which introduces consumers, builders and design professionals to the benefits that a properly designed and installed cabling infrastructure can provide in homes today. "We all dream of living in a comfortable, secure and energy efficient home," says Matt Nimmons, CEDIA EMEA's Operations Director. "The reality is that technology can now be seamlessly integrated and controlled to deliver these benefits to us all. By following the Best Practice advice within CEDIA's Smart Home Recommended Wiring Guidelines, this video shows how the right cabling infrastructure is an essential requirement for the internet-connected smart home." CEDIA's Guide to Smart Home Wiring looks at how technology is an integral part of a typical family's lifestyle in today's home. It then explains how the right wiring infrastructure can manage and distribute audio-visual, lighting, heating, security and other data hungry services effectively within a property whilst, at the same time, helping to minimise electronic box and cable clutter in the home.
CEDIA's Guide to Smart Home Wiring looks at how technology is an integral part of a typical family's lifestyle in today's home.
Xtreme Signal Extension to 600 ft on Cat6 (500 ft on Cat5e) ---- Extends HDMI, USB, bi-directional RS-232, IR, and Stereo ---- Affordable a la carte Matrix Switch Alternative on a Giga-bit IP network ---- KVM support for remote keyboard, mouse, and video applications.
Courses to Educate Integrators, Designers, and Consultants on Ultra HD and Full HD Merging Successfully in a PureMedia Distributed Environment
North American Cable Equipment, Inc. Announces Expanded Lab and Testing Facilities in West Chester, PA Location
The new climate controlled lab space includes increased construction and fabrication areas for digital and analog headends as well as significantly expanded DRE staging capacity.
CABLETRONIX Announces the Release of the CT-EDID-1 HDMI Extended Display Identification Data (EDID) Manager
This device resolves frustrating "handshake" issues between HDMI connected sources and displays.
WyreStorm, a global manufacturer specializing in innovative AV Signal Distribution and Control solutions, announces Luxul as the latest in a growing list of networking equipment manufacturers to offer support for the WyreStorm NetworkHD HD-over-IP solution.
Flex Link Relay & Sensor Cable and Flex IP with Power over Ethernet (PoE) now Available
Amcrest offers Consumers & Professional Security System Installers New HDCVI Technology that Integrates HD IP Camera's with Existing Coaxial Cable
HDCVI's technology provides crystal clear viewing.
Competition Held During BICSI's 2015 Winter Conference In Orlando, FL
Records 16 to 30 of 90
Universal Robots Add a Sense of Touch in New e-Series Cobots with Built-in Force/Torque Sensor and Re-Designed User Interface
With the new e-Series cobot line, Universal Robots raises the bar for cobots, adding unique new features while significantly strengthening the four core principles defining collaborative robots: fast set-up, easy programming, flexible deployment, and safe operation. With a new built-in, tool-centric Force/Torque sensor the e-Series is ready to take on applications requiring force control right out of the box. A repeatability of 30 micron means the new cobots are suitable for very precise finishing, assembly and electronics tasks. A re-designed user interface decreases cognitive load and expedites program development, while a new externally accessible, 500Hz system bus enables more complex motion control algorithms or profiles.