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FieldCast Fiber Adapters - the smartest link between the vulnerable fiber optic I/O port of your devices and the FieldCast cable
The adapter for Blackmagic Design Camera Converter: brings perfect protection of the fiber optic LC connections. With Adapter One you can connect the FieldCast Cable straight to Blackmagic Design’s famous ATEM Camera Converter, fast and easy.
A special version of the FieldCast Adapter One: comes with a four pin XLR chassis connector for power. Adapter One Plus is identical to Adapter One, except for the extra four pin XLR chassis connector; now you can tap into an external battery and get a more robust and safe connection to your power supply.
The adapter for Blackmagic Design Camera Converter: brings perfect protection of the fiber optic LC connections. With Adapter One Hybrid you can connect the FieldCast Cable straight to Blackmagic Design’s famous ATEM Camera Converter™, fast and easy.
Adapter Two bridges the gap between FieldCast fiber optic cable assemblies and Blackmagic Design Studio Camera. It directly mounts to the side of the camera body and connects to the camera SFP with a short and flexible black LC Duplex bridging cable.
The adapter for Blackmagic Design Camera Converter: connects to the SFP, powers converter and camera. Adapter Two Hybrid bridges the gap between FieldCast fiber optic cable and Blackmagic Design Studio Camera™. It directly mounts to the side of the camera body, connects to the camera SFP with a flexible LC Duplex bridging cable, and powers the camera.
The adapter for Neutrik opticalCON Duo: connects FieldCast to your old opticalCON cables.
Adapter Three bridges FieldCast fiber optic infrastructure and opticalCON Duo fiber optic cable assemblies, enabling you to migrate to FieldCast without having to sacrifice your old opticalCON cable drums.
With Adapter Three you can connect any opticalCON Duo cable to FieldCast 2Core Chassis Connector or Adapter Cable. You even can connect to Coupler Cable and cascade FieldCast and opticalCON for longer distances!
The adapter for Neutrik opticalCON Quad: connects FieldCast to your old opticalCON Quad cables. Adapter Four is the bridge between FieldCast fiber optic infrastructure and opticalCON Quad fiber optic cable assemblies, enabling you to migrate to FieldCast without having to sacrifice your old opticalCON cable drums.
The panel for Blackmagic Design Studio Converter: connects to Blackmagic Design ATEM Studio Converter. Panel One is a 19" 1RU panel, equipped with four FieldCast 2Core SM Chassis Connectors, ideal for using FieldCast cable in conjunction with Blackmagic Design Studio Converter.
Power Panel for ATEM Studio Converter with 4x FieldCast 2Core SM chassis connectors to ATEM Studio Converter.
24V DC 150W Redundant Power Supply for up to four FieldCast Hybrid Main Cables
Compatible with a wide range of optical fibre video equipment such as Blackmagic products with fiber optic i/o and ShieldRock Optical-Fiber Extenders.
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