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30/01/2003

TNP to distribute 9Data's WRC9

TNP Broadcast Sales have been appointed as exclusive UK distributors for 9Data's WRC9.
WRC9 is the world's first wireless radio remote controller for RS-422 enabled VTRs, VCRs, or DDRs.
The remote control is ergonomically designed for both hand-held and desktop application. Equipped with a jog/shuttle control, play, forward and rewind push buttons, the WRC9 allows accurate and precise frame-by-frame playback control. With 256 independent radio protocol IDs available it would be almost impossible to interfere with other units.
Operational distances of up to 25 meters are normal while extended distances up to 100 meters can be achieved with an optional broadcast antenna.
While the WRC9 is ideally suited for editorial offices and presentations, an optional record button can be added to provide full edit functionality. (GB)
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