IBC: Norwia adds flexibility for remote camera control with customisable platform

IBC: Norwia adds flexibility for remote camera control with customisable platform

Norwia AS releases several new modules and frames to give remote camera control more flexibility.


Customisable solution

The new frames, miniHUB-1RU-4-0 and miniHUB-1RU-3-1 will form the base of a new platform on which customers can build flexible solutions to suit their individual needs. The new base frames will each be able to hold a different amount of miniHUB cards, with the miniHUB-1RU-3-1 providing space for a built-in multiplexer.


The new additions to the Norwia range will add more signal density while following the compactness of the miniHUB-1RU-2-0. The RCONmini functionality will be available as standard with optional power redundancy for AC or DC operation.




MiniHUB data transport

In supplement, Norwia will be showcasing two new compact RS422/232/GPIO cards for transporting data control signals and tally while simultaneously offering optional extras depending on the configuration of SDI or 1Gbit Ethernet circuits. These new cards also provide data conversion between RS422 and RS232 over the optical data link while giving the choice of multiplexing with other signal formats through the miniHUB optical transport system.


“We are proud to have Electric Friends on board using Norwia’s solutions for fibre optics with its innovative 7-axis remote camera robotics system”, writes Tore Steen, Chief Executive Officer, Norwia AS. “With our flexible and customisable range, the possibilities are endless for every customer and we are looking forward to servicing the remote camera market for years to come.”

TM Broadcast International

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