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Entry-level robotics at IBC2012

28 August 2012
Entry-level robotics at IBC2012

Visitors to IBC2012 will see Vinten Radamec’s new CP4 control solution for the first time. The ‘out of the box’ solution is designed specifically for use with small robotic heads. Karen Walker, commercial manager, Vinten Radamec, said: “This entry level robotics solution is set to play a fundamental role in those smaller robotics applications, either in non-studio environments or in remote studios, such as regional news programmes. It’s simple to install and straight forward to use, so it can be ready and operational in minutes – we’re confident that we’ve created the ultimate out of the box solution.” The CP4 utilises Ethernet network architecture. It has a Windows-based touchscreen user interface that can control up to four heads and store up to 40 pre-set shots. The desktop solution is easy to upgrade to include a user configurable option, with the capability of controlling up to eight heads and 200 pre-set shots. The CP4 supports the Intelligent Control Engineering (ICE) protocol that is incorporated into the recently released series of Vinten Radamec heads.11.E55

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