Camplex has introduced CMX-TAC-N-GO Extender Systems that convert and extend 4K HD/3G/6G/12G-SDI, HDMI, 100BaseT Ethernet and audio signals over tactical fiber optic cable.
Camplex said the field deployable fiber optic converter systems are connected to a cable reel. All models include 1,000 feet (305 meters) of tactical single mode fiber optic cable preloaded on a rugged cable reel as well as power supplies for rapid field deployment in any environment.
The TAC-N-GO series feature adjustments to meet specific deployment requirements by allowing either the transmitter or receiver to be attached to the reel.
Camplex said the systems were designed for outside broadcast, live events and field productions. Options include converter/extenders with SFPs, IR Control and RS232.
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