MicroLite 2 Transmitter
HD Ultra-Compact COFDM Wireless Video Transmitter
The MicroLite 2 COFDM wireless video transmitter is designed to capture real-time, high-quality video from cameras for electronic news gathering, sports and entertainment applications. The transmitter features HD/SD-SDI and HDMI inputs with COFDM transmission in a small, lightweight chassis.
The MicroLite 2 delivers up to 200mW of power in a small package, providing long range, reliable HD video transmission.
The MicroLite 2 is a compelling choice when broadcast quality, exceptional range and reliability are required. IMT’s COFDM technology ensures the transmission of uninterrupted, live TV pictures over long ranges, despite the effects of foliage, challenging terrain, buildings and other common non line-of-sight limitations. This gives it a significant advantage over uncompressed solutions.
An additional benefit of the MicroLite 2 compared to alternative solutions is the ability to operate at latency levels as low as 70ms, making it well-suited for live sporting events and video assist applications.
The MicroLite 2 was designed with a compact size and weight form factor and minimized power requirements, making it ideal smaller cameras and batteries. The MicroLite 2 operates with both the 7.4VDC camera lithium ion batteries as well as the VClip style of batteries.
The MicroLite 2 may be configured or remotely controlled by the built-in Wi-Fi webserver. An Android or iOS device will see the MicroLite 2 and automatically open the control browser. A 900MHz transceiver enabling processing of remote commands is also an option.
- Range over 2 miles Line of Sight
- HDMI and SDI camera inputs
- HDMI and SDI video outputs
- Internal ISM and GPS anti-jam filter
- Broadcast quality video transmission
- Licensed and ISM frequencies
- Low latency <70mS
- Wi-Fi Remote Control
- Transceiver for Telemetry Data
- S-Bus. RS232 and RS485 for control
- VClip or GM Battery Adaptor
- Sporting Events
- Event Coverage
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