Channel Vision IR Repeater System Incorporate Company’s Latest Technology
Channel Vision is celebrating three decades of business through the release of its IR-6001 IR Repeater System that incorporates newly developed IR technologies to deliver reliable performance.
The Costa Mesa, Calif.-based manufacturer Channel Vision has established itself as a go-to for dealers installing security and intercom solutions. Marking its third decade in business, the West Coast company also offers a complete line of IR repeater systems that now includes its newly announced IR-6001 IR Repeater System.
Unlike prior products, which use standard IR communication technologies, the IR-6001 Repeater System features the company’s latest IR technologies that are designed for the highest levels of performance and reliability.
“IR repeater products were relatively basic products to design in the past,” notes Darrel Hauk, president, Channel Vision. “With the recent changes in technology, we put our best engineers on the new IR system and the results are magnificent.”
Highlighting the repeater system’s technologies are its self-modifying software that adjusts the IR code of each equipment provider to offer dealers and their clients an IR solution that delivers reliable performance. Channel Vision also points out the system also incorporates its latest version IR receiver that is designed to receive low-latency and high-frequency signals while minimizing noise.
Other features such as the system’s adjustable emitter output allows installers to dial the appropriate setting to deal with sensitive equipment.
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