Bittree Announces New Video Patching Product

August 31, 2010

Bittree has introduced another entry in its catalog of audio and video patching devices and components. The Micro-Video Patchbay is billed as the industry’s highest input/output density product has a 2x48 profile and is available in either 1RU or 1.5RU sizes. The Micro-Video Patchbay’s small size and large number of circuit connections make it ideal for use in mobile production vans and other areas where rack space is at a premium.

“Bittree understands that video patching needs may vary substantially from facility to facility, and our new Micro-Video Patchbay further widens the broad selection of products that we offer for standalone or redundant video patching systems,” said Mike Buchanan, Bittree’s vice president. “In addition to demonstrating industry-best innovation, our Micro-Video Patchbays are supported by top-notch customer support--a pivotal but often overlooked component in our customers' success.”

The new product’s jacks conform to SMPTE 292M and 424 standards, and the patch panel itself is constructed from powder-coated aluminum. Jacks are isolated from the front panel. The devices are available in several different configurations with both normaling and non-normaling jacks and terminating and non-terminating circuits.

Related Articles

KVHF 4.1 Launches New Program Guide

SmallHD 500 Series Adds New Features

ChyronHego Announces Shout Metrics for Social Media Polling

Receive regular news and technology updates.
Sign up for our free newsletter here.

Comments

Twitter