Extron Introduces the CVEQ1
Composite Video Buffer with Equalization
Anaheim, California (March 14, 2001)
- Extron introduces the CVEQ1, a one input, one output, composite video and stereo audio line driver with variable video gain and equalization capability. The CVEQ1 is designed to compensate for signal attenuation and high frequency loss encountered during a long cable run. When an application involves multiple composite video signals being run a variety of distance lengths, individual signal adjustments are required to deliver signals of equivalent signal strength to each display. These types of applications require a separate equalizer for each signal. The CVEQ1 is compatible with any NTSC, PAL, or SECAM device, such as a VCR or video camera. Top panel controls give users the ability to adjust peaking/equalization and gain to reduce signal degradation. The CVEQ1 can drive video signals through up to 1,000 feet (304.8 m) of Extron Super High Resolution coaxial cable. Composite video is input and output on female BNCs. Audio input is accepted through two RCA stereo audio jacks, and audio is output on 3.5 mm captive screw connectors. The USA/domestic version of the CVEQ1 includes a 110VAC, external power supply, while the world version includes a 110-240VAC, external power supply. The CVEQ1 is also available as a stand-alone Architectural Adapter Plate (AAP) in three colors: grey, black, and white. The USA/domestic version of the CVEQ1 (part number: 60-360-01). For more information, please call an Extron Customer Support Representative at: 800.633.9876 (Extron USA); +800.EXTRON.S³ (Extron Europe); or +65.383.4400 (Extron Asia).