Wireworks AV2000 Access Point
Wireworks will present its AV2000 MultiMedia Cabling with HD/SDI capability at the AES convention in New York City's Javits Center, October 5-8, in booth #1200. The upgraded cabling system connects multimedia systems through one plug-in. Wireworks recommends it for multimedia, audio/video projects such as live production, mobile broadcasting, post-production and other integrated applications.
Wireworks AV2000 Umbilical
AV2000 MultiMedia Cabling combines audio, high-definition video, data and control signals through a sophisticated hybrid connector that can replace multiple tails and connectors. AV2000 allows each cabling system to match specific equipment requirements.
Components are configured to match customers’ needs. All tails can be terminated to meet system requirements. Using three components—the Access Point, the Umbilical and the Link—the AV2000 can be integrated into multimedia installations.
Wireworks AV2000 Link
AV2000 Access Points can be pre-mounted on gang, rack, wall or floorbox panels, and terminated with individual cables providing a drop-in solution for the installer. Access Points can be retrofitted into existing systems. AV2000 Umbilicals are flex-wrapped cable assemblies terminated on one end with a line-type AV2000 connector; the other end of the cable assembly is configured with a connectorized fan out. Each AV2000 Umbilical is custom manufactured to meet individual length requirements for installation directly into the system rack or podium. AV2000 Link is a flex-wrapped cable assembly terminated on each end with line-type AV2000 connectors. Designed to connect between two AV2000 Access Points, the AV2000 Link also can be used as an extension to the AV2000 Umbilical for added length and flexibility.
AV2000 MultiMedia Cabling features rugged metal housing incorporating a superior strain relief. High-quality materials are used throughout to prevent signal degeneration. Cables are enclosed safely in a nylon mesh jacket to prevent damage and tangling.
For more information, visit www.wireworks.com.