MultiDyne Adds Dante and Ethernet to Interlocking Bullet Fiber-Optic Links

Joining the 12G Bullet for high-bandwidth video, technicians can problem-solve with Multidyne for last-minute video and audio feeds and quickly scale for higher signal densities.

At NAB, MultiDyne Fiber Optic Solutions will introduce its new Bullet series of miniature, rugged fiber-optic link products. MultiDyne will introduce a Dante-enabled Bullet for digital audio — also capable of Ethernet transport.

The Bullet transmitters and receivers have a new design that accelerates deployment and streamlines systems management. These improvements include interlocked mounting, centralized power and built-in OLED monitoring. All Bullet products are portable and economical, making them useful for fixed links or last-minute video and audio feeds.

Shipping soon, MultiDyne’s 12G Bullet solves the problem of high-bandwidth, single-link transport to and from any video source. At three inches in length, it connects to the back of any camera, monitor or other video source, with the ability to add more units without additional power cabling.

A camera operator with four video outputs can interlock four units together, and support a multichannel production off of a single power supply without the need for multiple wall warts.

The Bullet for Dante and Ethernet adds another layer of efficiency to field and mobile production teams managing digital audio feeds over long-distances. The common interlocked mounting capability across both products means that users have a quickly scalable and problem-solving option for video, audio and Ethernet feeds in the field.

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