MultiDyne Announces Next-generation SilverBULLET for Fiber-Optic Links

MultiDyne Fiber Optic Solutions has announced its next-generation SilverBULLET series, now 12G-capable with daisy-chained connection and centralized power benefits to support higher signal densities without the extra cabling.

MultiDyne said the newest version of the miniature fiber-optic link has signal conversed mounting, centralized power and built-in OLED monitoring that improves ease of use and systems management.

The transmitters and receivers are portable and economical, making them equally useful for fixed links or last-minute SDI feeds. Built-in cable equalization and re-clocking optimizes signal integrity across all short- and long-distance transport, removing the presence of jitter from existing signals. The product’s integrated OLED monitoring provides consistent readings on jitter rates, signal type and optimal power.

The daisy-chained mounting options and centralized power are key differentiators from previous generations and competitive products. At three inches in length, the new SilverBULLET connects to the back of any camera, monitor or other video source, with the ability to add more units without additional cabling.

The SilverBULLET is also available with a special 1RU tray capable of housing up to 24 devices. This makes SilverBULLET ideal for fixed broadcast and production studio requirements, along with its portable applications in sports production, remote camera links, pre-fibered venues and interconnects for mobile production trucks.

Its support for all SDI rates down to 5Mbps also makes the SilverBULLET useful for courtesy feeds, confidence monitoring, distance learning, and other broadcast and commercial AV applications.

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