Stand SU6519, NAB 2012
Bittree Products on Display at the 2012 NAB Show:
Bittree High-Bandwidth Micro-Video Patchbay
The latest entry into Bittree’s popular video patching product series, the Micro-Video Patchbay, provides the industry’s highest input/output density, with a 2×48 format in either a 1- or 1.5-RU size. Now shipping, the high-bandwidth Micro-Video Patchbay is ideal for use in mobile production, outside broadcast (OB) vans, and any other video production application in which space and weight are at a premium.
Bittree’s high-bandwidth video patchbays are ideally suited for supporting 3Gbps and 3-D productions, HD/SDI, SD/SDI, AES, and high-resolution computer graphics. With a new rear lacing bar and industry-standard DIN 1.0/2.3 rear terminations, the Micro-Video Patchbay makes it easier than ever for users to install, organize, and remove wiring. The product’s unique design additionally features the ability to recess the front panel to prevent cord protrusion, further conserving space and ensuring reliable connections.
969-A Series Programmable Audio Patchbay
Offering a high-density 2×48 jack configuration and available in 1.5- or 2-RU, the Bittree 969-A Series patchbays are fully programmable to allow users to change the normals and grounding of individual circuits quickly and easily. Normals can be changed to full-normal, half-normal, or non-normal, and grounding can be changed to bussed, isolated, or looped. The 48 circuits on the front panel are conveniently numbered from left to right, with rear-interface options including E3, E90, ID (punchdown), and D25. Mating connectors, contacts, and normals (where applicable) are included with all standard rear interfaces.
Bittree High-Bandwidth Video Mini-WECO Patchbays
Bittree’s Mini-WECO video high-bandwidth patchbays are designed to meet a wide variety of patching needs, from high bit rate digital signals to base-band analog. Bittree Mini-WECO video patchbays are ideal for high bandwidth applications such as HDTV, SDI, AES, and high-resolution computer graphics, as well as in conventional analog applications such as monitor routing, primary routing, re-routing, router backup, and video distribution.