04.08.2004 12:00 PM
KOVR-TV takes delivery of Jadoo Power NABII fuel cell power source

Jadoo Power Systems, a provider of portable fuel cell power systems, has delivered its professional video camera power system, the NABII, to KOVR-TV, the CBS affiliate in Sacramento, CA.

The NABII will be formally launched at NAB2004. The NABII provides more than three times the runtime of a standard brick battery, is hot-swappable, and can be refilled in less than an hour.

With the NABII, professional videographers have a flexible power solution that can accommodate their current needs and the increasing power requirements of some of the newest camera systems.

For more information, please visit: www.jadoopower.com/nab.html.

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