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Eyeheight to introduce EB-9 dual-card geNETics chassis at BVE 2013

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News : Eyeheight to introduce EB-9 dual-card geNETics chassis at BVE 2013

See Eyeheight on stand J59 at BVE 2013, ExCel, London, 26-28 February

Last Updated: January 8, 2013 5:47 pm GMT
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(London, UK--January 8, 2013) Eyeheight has chosen BVE 2013 as the launch venue for a new addition to its geNETics modular product range. Accommodating up to two modules, the EB-9 chassis offers an economical alternative to the standard six-module FB-9 for systems in which the larger capacity is not required.

Eyeheight's new EB-9 dual-card chassis including optional FP-9 front panel.

An integral I-Bus control interface allows the EB-9 to be operated from a remote panel via standard CAT-5 Ethernet cable and RJ45 connectors. Each module can alternatively be controlled locally via an optional Eyeheight FP-9 front panel.

The EB-9 occupies a standard 19 inch single rack unit and comes complete with a 25 watt internal power supply accepting 100 to 250 volts alternating-current. Rear-panel connectivity includes panel and I-Bus interfaces, two additional Ethernet ports, 10 coaxial SDI ports and the mains input.

Eyeheight will be represented on stand J59 at BVE 2013 by Martin Moore and Linda Underwood.

Eyeheight ( designs and manufactures SDI/HD-SDI equipment for programme-origination, quality-assurance, post-production, playout and associated areas. This includes hardware legalisers, logo generators, safe-area generators, keyers, colour correctors and aspect ratio converters. Eyeheight products are available worldwide.

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