20 April 2007

NAB was a great success. Thank you for visiting our booth!

Broadcasters from around the world were enthusiastic about the constant improvements made to the Davicom MAC product line.

Davicom introduced its Next Generation MiniMAC, the ideal remote monitoring and control system for sites having only one transmitter.


The Next Generation MiniMAC shares many features with its big brother, the MAC, but has a limited number of Inputs/Outputs (8 metering inputs, 16 status inputs, 2 audio inputs, 8 internal relays and 1 reach-through serial port), and cannot be expanded.


Although smaller, it is as smart as the MAC. Both the MAC and MiniMAC have 128 logic gates, 128 virtual relays and 16 mathematical calculations to program complex functions. Both have 128 timers to program time-based events or alert different people depending on the day and time. The MiniMAC also shares the same firmware (new version 5) as its big brother, offering bilingual voice and screen capability (supporting Unicode character sets), multiple alarm-call lists, a user-defined log, and much more…


Configuration and control of the MiniMAC is ensured by the included MacComm software version 5, which allows customized view screens for each user and site.


Also, attendees got a live demonstration of the upcoming SuperMAC Firmware that allows MAC units to be networked together. Broadcasters can increase I/O capacity as their site grows.


Up to 8 MAC units can be networked for a super-capacity of up to 128 metering inputs, 256 status inputs, 256 physical relays, 1024 virtual relays and 1024 virtual logic gates.


For those of you who picked up a BBQ apron at the show, we'd like to request that you send us a picture of you wearing your apron while at the fire pit.  We'll contact you shortly!


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