Lemo Z-Link Converter
Lemo said its new HD Z-Link fiber system provides multi-channel video and audio connections and control for studio cameras and camcorders over a single hybrid cable using Lemo’s 3K.93C connectors.
Lemo said the use of high bandwidth fiber optics and the multiplexing of numerous forward and return video, audio, talkback and data channels provide full communication with any camera position.
Lemo’s media converters make it possible to send TV signals long distance over fiber optic cable, even when the camera is fitted with a Triax connector. Coupled with the Lemo 3K.93C connection system, the media converter allows HD television transmission over much longer distances and higher levels of definition.
Leno 3K.93C connector
The Lemo 3K.93C hybrid connector has a compact design with two single-mode fiber contacts, two power contacts and two signal contacts for HD camera interconnection systems and is 4K ready.
The Lemo 3K.93C is ANSI/SMPTE (304 & 311 USA), ARIB (BTA-S1005B Japan) and EBU (R100-1999 Europe) compliant. For copper broadcast solutions, Lemo continues to offer its wide range of high-performance, high-quality SD and HD triad connectors which were also on display NAB.
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