TSL Products’ MPA audio monitoring tools include MADI, SDI, AES-3 and analog support, as well as the Dante, AES67 and Ravenna protocols.
At CABSAT 2016 TSL Products will present a range of audio monitoring solutions, power management tools and control systems for a wide variety of workflow applications from capture through to delivery.
TSL Products' newly redesigned MPA product family of audio monitoring tools solutions for established I/O include MADI, SDI, AES-3 and analog, while also embracing the industry’s move to Audio-over-IP workflows with support for the Dante, AES67 and Ravenna protocols.
The new audio monitoring products are available in two versions: Solo, with the ability to listen to any channel; and Mix, giving users the ability to create a simple monitoring mix. The shallow unit form factor (100mm deep) makes them ideal for the space-limited broadcast OB environment, while also maintaining excellent sound quality. The built-in web server enables all units to be configured, monitored and controlled remotely via an intuitive web interface.
TSL Products’ all-new vertical power distribution Units (VPDUs) feature an improved alarming system, real-time measurement and reporting within a sleek new vertical form factor. The VPDUs have IP connectivity via an in-built web browser and can communicate to external logging equipment via SNMP, allowing its users to control and monitor the power across an entire facility.
Finally, the company has developed a TM Virtual Panel for its TallyMan control system, which allows users to monitor all of the functionality of the TallyMan via an intuitive interface that is fully customizable. The TallyMan virtual panel is compatible with every TallyMan installation.
Visitors to Stand F1-30 at CABSAT 2016 will also be able to see InSite, the company’s Data Centre Infrastructure Management (DCIM) software program. Traditional DCIM solutions are notoriously complex and expensive, requiring large investments both in time and money. InSite provides well-designed dashboards for power monitoring and management that allow users to save money on overall infrastructure costs.
Connecting with virtually any facility management device such as power meters, temperature and humidity sensors, InSite allows full visibility of a facility’s infrastructure, alerting users to issues in real-time and minimizing down-time. The user-friendly interface is easy to configure and operate, delivering the information via sophisticated and attractive dashboards.
Chris Exelby, Managing Director, TSL Products, said, InSite offers a full range of smart monitoring features and interfaces not only with TSL Products’ range of PDUs but also with a variety of industry standard devices.
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