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Camera Corps Optical Fiber Link

Camera Corps has announced a new optical fiber link for its pre-settable Q-Ball high-precision robotic camera. 10/19/2011 7:51 PM Eastern

Camera Corps Optical Fiber Link

Oct 19, 2011 11:51 PM




Camera Corps Optical Fiber Link

Camera Corps has announced a new optical fiber link for its pre-settable Q-Ball high-precision robotic camera. The Q-Ball is an ultracompact, remotely controlled camera with an integral 10X zoom optical lens and smooth accelerating pan/tilt motors. The new optical fiber link allows Camera Corps remote heads to be operated over much longer distances than traditional copper cable. The link uses dual-fiber to carry HD/SD-SDI from the camera to the control position, plus a reverse direction feed, which sends data from the controller to the camera. Control data is encoded onto an audio carrier using technology deployed across Camera Corps’ range of remote camera control systems. Integral LC connectors allow fast attachment of dual single-mode optical fibers to the link. Power can be sourced from the same 12V supply as the Q-Ball. A red LED on the front panel illuminates in the event of signal loss. Video output is via a standard 75Ω BNC connector. The data input port has high impedance, allowing many fiber transmitters to feed it in parallel. Low output impedance enables fi ve interface boxes to be fed from a single fiber receiver. Price: NA


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