DEV Systemtechnik Extends Warranty Period for Seven Years

DEV Systemtechnik, a provider of RF signal transmission solutions for broadcast applications, is now offering a seven-year warranty for all standard products.

DEV Systemtechnik said it’s products are engineered and manufactured for many years of use. The extended warranty period becomes effective to product lines starting January 1, 2018 and is free of charge.

Additionally, all DEV products are covered by the DEV TripleC Service, with guaranteed support service levels in terms of reaction time and fault analysis, as well as free shipping of products for repair. This service is free of charge for the first 37 months and can be extended up to seven additional years. It excludes mechanical parts, installed or uninstalled, and power supplies.

DEV Systemtechnik develops and manufactures a complete range of products and systems for the optical and electrical transmission of Radio Frequency (RF) signals via coaxial cable or fiber.

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