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31/10/2005

Eyeheight introduces multichannel source identifier

Eyeheight's new SI-10 multichannel source identifier gives broadcast presentation suites fast and reliable control of crosspoint allocation.
Operated via a panel of 2 x 12 user-legendable pushbuttons, the SI-10 can be used with an Eyeheight playout system or to control a third-party crosspoint matrix. Channel names can be edited, saved and uploaded to an Eyeheight MW-3E mixer module, enabling the system to recall and display the correct source idents whenever the panel acquires a different channel.
The SI-10 is housed in an Eyeheight TB-12 sub-chassis with an integral 100-240 V AC 50/60 Hz local power supply for the control panel modules. Data connection to other Eyeheight equipment is then achieved via a two-wire I-Bus data connection.
The SI-10/TB-12 combination occupies 310 x 420 x 75 mm HWD and has panel dimensions of 310 mm high (7U) x 435 mm wide.
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