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JVC FS-790TNCG Tactical Fibre System – Neutrik / Clearcom

SKU: JVC FS-790TNCG

The FS-790TNCG is a basic unpowered tactical fibre system with Neutrik OpticalCON connector from JVC Professional.

The FS-790TNRG requires local power at the camera, for example via a battery or power supply, which is not included with the system.

The max specified length on tactical or infrastructure single mode fibre is 10km for FS-790TNCG.

All HD, video, Audio, and control signals are available over the length of the cable.

Normally ships in 5 to 10 days.
Two year warranty included!
PAYMENT OPTIONS
Price 7.790,00 € is valid for payments via proforma invoice with advance payment via bank transfer. For payments with credit card there is a 2% transaction fee (price of this product when paid with credit card is 7.945,80 €).

Description

Developed exclusively for JVC's GY-HM790 and GY-HM890 ProHD cameras, the FS-790 fiber optic multiplexing system replaces the bulky multicore cables with durable, lightweight fiber cable. Ideal for production studios, OB Vans, sports, concerts, or worship installations, fiber provides robust two-way communication between cameras and control systems.

The custom designed camera back transciever module attaches directly to the GY-HM790/890 body using a hidden 68-pin connector and enables broadcasters to leverage the camera's full studio functionality in the field. It connects the camera via SMPTE hybrid (powered) or tactical (unpowered) fiber optic cable to a CopperHead base station typically located in a control room, fly-pack or OB van.

The system simultaneously transports bidirectional digital (SDI or HD-SDI) and analog (NTSC or PAL) video, as well as all two-way camera control, audio, video, data, sync, timecode, tally/call, prompter, and intercom signals between the camera head and the remote CopperHead Base Station. The lightweight, 1 RU CopperHead Base Station is easily integrated into any studio, mobile truck, or portable flypack — and plugs directly into a facility's switcher, router, intercom, and house sync systems.

A typical fiber system consists of:

  • GY-HM790 or GY-HM890 camera & accessories
  • Camera-back transceiver module
  • Fiber Cable (powered or unpowered)
  • CopperHead Base Station (1 rack unit)
  • Remote operation panel

GY-HM790 and GY-HM890 systems are offered in various configurations depending on your specific needs. Generally, there are two types of cable:

Tactical fiber is highly durable, smaller, and is the least expensive. Tactical is military spec, battlefield proven and requires local power at the camera head. SMPTE Hybrid Fiber adds power capability and can deliver up to 100W of power to the camera up to 1.2 miles from the base station. Both cables are immune to interference.

FS-790PSVRG Accesories:

  • FS-CABTAC100 30m Tactical Fibre Cable
  • FS-CABTAC1000 330m Tactical Fibre Cable
  • FS-CABTAC200 65mTactical Fibre Cable
  • FS-CABTAC2000 660m Tactical Fibre Cable
  • FS-CABTAC500 160m Tactical Fibre Cable

 

Download JVC Fiber Systems Brochure: http://pro.jvc.com/pro/attributes/CAMERA/brochure/FS-790_Catalog_0407.pdf

 

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