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Gass Valley HDTV OBVAN up to 34 cameras

HDTV OB Trailer up to 34 cameras + 7 EVS places

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Location: Germany
Condition: Used
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Date Expires: 09/04/2017
Item ID: 178534
 

HDTV OB Trailer up to 34 cameras + 7 EVS places

Gass Valley HDTV OBVAN up to 34 cameras


HDTV OB Trailer with Truck for sale

The truck is planed and build by Grass Valley
Ready and prepared for up to 34 HDTV Camera channels and space for 7 EVS places

•Tractor: SCANIA R 580 SUPPORT VAN

•Overall length (with tractor): 16,5 mt
•Width (stowed): 2,55 mt (expanded max): 6,5 mt •Height: 4m
•Weight: 34 Tonnes

•Km of Engine: about 140.000km •EU-Norm: Euro 3

Rear side loading bay with lift door Carries four wheeled loading carts expandable right along both sides

• Automatic pneumatic stabilizer to produce
•2x Airwell Aircondition systems
•2x 64 Ampere Powersystem
•Grass Valley Kayak HD Video Mixer with 2,5 ME

(DD35 main-panel + 1ME sub-panel)

•Trinix 256x196 Router •Blackmagic 40x40 Router



++ more details on request ++ please contact us for PDF ++

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Second Broadcast
Sascha Groos

Tel: 0049(0) 2241-2483904 (germany)
E-Mail: post@second-broadcast.de

www.second-broadcast.de
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