02.22.2006 08:00 AM
KCRA acquires Harris NUCLEUS control panel


NUCLEUS offers real-time control and monitoring of any Leitch CCS Protocol-enabled device.

Hearst-Argyle Television-owned KCRA in Sacramento, CA, has purchased the first Harris NUCLEUS real-time control panel.

NUCLEUS is designed to centralize the operational control of processing, branding and routing products.

Providing user-configured control at the center of station operations, NUCLEUS offers real-time control and monitoring of any Leitch CCS Protocol-enabled device, including the X75 M-PATH multiple-path up-, down-. crossconverter and synchronizer and products within the NEO and 6800+ platforms. The product is configured with an intuitive drag-and-drop wizard.

NUCLEUS provides more knobs for parameter adjustments, more buttons to quickly invoke parameter value changes and an enhanced display to improve overall operation.

For more information, visit www.harris.com.

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