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MSU-700/U (Used) Master Set up Unit for BVP-700/500 Series

Price: £700.00
Location: United Kingdom
Condition: Used
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Date Expires: 06/03/2018
Item ID: 193414

MSU-700/U (Used) Master Set up Unit for BVP-700/500 Series

Sony MSU-700

MSU-700/U (Used)

Master Set up Unit for BVP-700/500 Series

Designed to cover operation of Camera systems for typical studios & O.B. trucks. A single MSU can set up a maximum of 24 camera/CCU units with 2 CNU-700s & 4 VCS-700s.

Provides rapid finger tip access to all controls including primary technical alignment controls for the entire camera chain, secondary technical alignment adjusts picture & waveform monitor switching, data filing & system configuration.

Multiple MSU-700 units can be used remotely controlling/supervising a single studio from a different operation, engineering and control rooms. The CNU-700/CCU-700A/VCS-700 units directly controllable from a single centralized panel.

INPUT & OUTPUT:
Remote: CCU/CNU 8 pin multiconnector x1
AUX 8 pin multiconnector x1
I/O port: 50 pin x1
AC In: 3 pin x1

Specifications:
Weight: 4.5kg
Dimensions: 482x222x67mm (WxHxD)
Power Requirement: 220 to 240 Volts AC 50/60Hz
Power Consumption: 0.45 A max
Operating Temperature: 0 degrees to 45 degrees C

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