IRVINE, Calif.—Teradek has launched the Bolt 4K Monitor Modules 1500 TX and 1500 RX, giving users a long-range option with the 1500 monitor modules and a short-range option with the original 750 monitor modules.
“Scalability has always been a huge benefit of the Bolt 4K family,” explained Colin McDonald, product manager for Cine Products at Teradek. “With the launch of the 1500 monitor modules, Bolt users have even more kit options and, for the first time, long range camera control over the Bolt wireless link.”
Both the Bolt 4K Monitor Module 1500 TX and 1500 RX can seamlessly integrate with SmallHD Smart 7 Monitors and the entire Bolt 4K product series, the company said.
When paired, they transmit and receive zero-delay wireless video signal from 1080p up to 4Kp30. The new longer-range devices offer 1,500 feet of line-of-sight range and support for 10-bit 4K and HDR.
The Bolt 4K Monitor Module TX 1500 has an integrated hardware connector for SmallHD Smart 7 Monitors (Cine 7, Indie 7, and 702 Touch), optional wireless camera control with a Smart 7 Monitor and SmallHD license (sold separately), easy setup and signal management with the Bolt App for iOS and Android, and supports Broadcast Mode to unlimited receivers. Wireless camera control is available now for ARRI cameras, and a beta can soon be downloaded for RED KOMODO.
The Bolt 4K Monitor Module RX 1500 includes a V-Mount or Gold Mount Battery Plate for power pass-through and an integrated hardware connector for SmallHD Smart 7 Monitors. It can receive metadata, timecode, and start/stop flags from most camera manufacturers and can also be managed via the Bolt App for iOS and Android.
For more information visit http://tdek.co/bolt4k1500modules
George Winslow is the senior content producer for TV Tech. He has written about the television, media and technology industries for nearly 30 years for such publications as Broadcasting & Cable, Multichannel News and TV Tech. Over the years, he has edited a number of magazines, including Multichannel News International and World Screen, and moderated panels at such major industry events as NAB and MIP TV. He has published two books and dozens of encyclopedia articles on such subjects as the media, New York City history and economics.
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