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BrightPak Featured at InfoComm
Posted on Wednesday, June 18, 2008
 

Grass Valley, California - 18 June 2008

Ensemble Designs will feature its BrightPak Field Kit for use in broadcast, sports and mobile applications. BrightPak is is a tool for field acquiring and offers rugged housing for BrightEye video converters, sync pulse generators and fiber transmitters. The new units will be on display at booth N6307 at the InfoComm Exhibition in Las Vegas on June 18-20, 2008.

“BrightPak was first used for news acquisition at the White House,” said Cindy Zuelsdorf, Marketing Czar at Ensemble Designs. “It’s great for mobile applications where HD upconversion, fiber transmission and other terminal gear are needed in a solid, portable case.”

BrightPak field kit photo
BrightPak

BrightPak can be outfitted with a variety of video converters, audio embedders and test pattern generators, depending on the application. An Anton/Bauer Gold Mount Battery connector
plate is installed on side of case and wired into power system. The user can select between AC power or battery. A USB hub is built into the case for controlling all of the terminal gear in the unit. Software is included with each converter for control of video levels, timing and other parameters.

When BrightPaks are used for field news acquisition they can process an HD or SD camera feed. A BrightEye 90-FA would upconvert or cross converts the signal as needed to the desired HD format. All types of 1080 and 720 are supported. The BrightEye 90-FA’s outbound fiber feed would goes to a second BrightPak in another location. This second BrightPak could be populated with a BrightEye 47 Optical to Electrical Converter and BrightEye 24 D to A Converter. The incoming optical feed to the BrightEye 47 would be converted to electrical for signal monitoring and distribution and then demultiplexed by the BrightEye 24 into analog video and audio for further confidence monitoring.

Based in Grass Valley, California, Ensemble Designs is a leading provider of signal processing and infrastructure products to the professional broadcast industry.

BrightPak used over the shoulder in the field
BrightPak in the field

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InfoComm N6307



Press Contact:

Cindy Zuelsdorf


Ensemble Designs


www.ensembledesigns.com

+1 530.478.8328


cindy@ensembledesigns.com
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