05.03.2004 12:00 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Television Engineering rolls out ENG Sprinter

The Television Engineering (TEC) ENG Sprinter is designed for ENG scenarios where additional height and rack space are priorities.

Designed with the Mercedes Benz diesel engine, the Sprinter’s 10,000-mile service intervals reduce overall cost of ownership.

The TEC ENG Sprinter’s forward mast design relieves weight from rear axle and provides better maintenance access to rear of equipment racks.

The system features an accessible power panel, Eagle Eye’s 16x1 zoom lens to capture close-up footage of breaking news, and automatic inverter power to keep live pictures on-air during loss of generator or shore power.

For more information, please visit www.tvengineering.com>.

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