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How BES is meeting new industry expectations

BES products deliver 1000’s of signals to air, all over the globe every day and as the industry expands, BES continues to adapt to meet these new demands.

Darren Fuller, Sales Manager at BES said: “The broadcast industry is continually expanding, changing and adapting to suit consumer needs as technological and social changes encourage new consumer habits.

"As a recognised world leader for quality and specification we want to supply broadcasters with the right products to succeed in this ever changing sector. Therefore BES is continually developing its portfolio of Video, Audio and Mains Distribution Units to meet new expectations.”

The most recent addition was three new Mains Distribution Units to the already extensive range which provides more options for broadcast engineers. The units offer a greater level of power which is quickly becoming a necessity in today's fast paced environment. They include a 10 and 16amp EMC filtered unit, as well as a 32amp MDU which has the option to be fitted with an MCB replacing the rocker switch. Whilst some of the other units in the range include sequential start, change over and a low cost 14 way unit which is of the best value on the market.

Also, our MuDigSa style video panels perform beyond the needs of HDTV and the popular 2x32 unit is fast becoming the choice of System Integrators’ and end users across the globe.

Furthermore, BES has recently re-engineered its MUSA connector to meet the needs of HDTV and is the most competitively priced MUSA panel available in its 2x24 format.

Our product developments do not stop there however; next on the agenda is a 12GHz panel for 4K installations. We will have this product available and ready to purchase by the end of December 2014.

Article first published : 27|10|2014