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Teradek Bolt 3000 & 1000 Wireless Transmitters Vs Teradek Bolt 300, 600 & 2000: Which Should You Buy?

The Teradek Wireless Transmitter range comes with a huge choice of options to suit your needs.

It’s a wireless transmitting system for HD video signals and its main utility lies in organising a suitable and effective, on-set monitoring scheme, such as a video village. Teradek’s Bolt series can wirelessly communicate a 4:2:2, 1080/60p video signal up to 300 feet for the base model with zero frame delay, which means that all of the noises and interruptions characteristic to a video village can be situated further away from the action.

Going up the series, the most ground-breaking bolt we sell really transmits up to 3000 feet, which is truly astonishing.

Teradek Bolt 3000 & 1000 wireless transmitters

Bolt transmitters come in “unicast” and “multicast” variations. The Bolt Pro is the multicast model, and it allows users to transmit to numerous receivers at the same time, with safe AES 128 encryption. The Bolt Pro also features 3G-SDI connectivity with loop-through and an internal, rechargeable Li-ion battery with enough volume for roughly 60 minutes of run time. Both the Bolt Pro and the Bolt (unicast) sport a 6-28V LEMO DC input for linking an external power source. Bolt transmitters are also encased in a shaped aluminium enclosure, and the Bolt receiver is contained in ABS plastic. Additionally, a number of 1/4”-20 threaded holes deliver several mounting points for attaching the transmitter or receiver to a support system. In spite of its rigorous build quality, the Bolt transmitter weighs in at roughly 200 grams.

The Bolt receiver has dual 3G/HD/SD-SDI outputs for either a two-monitor arrangement or one monitor and a Teradek Cube or Brik. Compatibility with Brik and Cube encoders lets the Bolt stream to an iOS device or another delivery network of your choosing over either HLS, ZiXi, RTMP, RTP, RTSP or MPEG-TS protocols. WSDI Pro technology allows the Bolt system to fine-tune frequency bands in real time, which allows the arrangement to harmonise with Wi-Fi and 5 GHz devices.

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