Camera Trolly System offers servo-controlled operation

Telemetrics Enhances Elevating Wall Mount Camera Robotics Trolley System with Servo Controlled Operation

Provides Vertical/Horizontal Camera Positioning With Increased Speed & Accuracy.

Mahwah, NJ (January 14, 2003) - Telemetrics, Inc. has enhanced its line of motorized camera robotic trolley systems with the introduction of the EWM-PT-S2-BD Elevating Wall Mount Camera Trolley System. The new unit features servo operation for precision controlled movements and a belt-driven motor that provides variable speeds over great distances. It can be mounted vertically or horizontally to provide increased camera robotic motion capabilities in a wide range of applications. The unit joins Telemetrics' comprehensive line of camera robotics systems and is fully compatible with the company's recently introduced line of servo controlled pan/tilt mechanisms.

"With the growing trend towards centralcasting and video conferencing, camera robotics is playing an increasingly prominent role in the broadcast, pro video, corporate, educational and medical markets as a result of its proven efficiency and high performance," said Anthony Cuomo, Vice President, Telemetrics. "With the addition of our new servo controlled Elevating Wall Mount Camera Trolley System, we have further increased the capabilities for camera robotics systems with greater range, versatility, accuracy and speed."

The EWM-PT-S2-BD Elevating Wall Mount can be ordered in virtually any length and mounted vertically or horizontally. The system's belt-driven motor assembly delivers a variable speed range from 0.5 inches per second to as much as 4-feet per second. The unit features position, preset and motion control capability and can be operated using any of Telemetrics serial control panels and/or computer software. The EWM-PT-S2-BD Elevating Wall Mount is also fully compatible with Telemetrics recently introduced line of servo controlled pan/tilt mechanisms (PT-CP-S2, PT-LP-S2 and PT-HP-S2 Servo Pan/Tilt Heads).

For more information on Telemetrics' camera control systems call 201-848-9818, fax 201-848-9819, or visit

Telemetrics, Inc. offers a comprehensive line of camera control components and systems for broadcast, industrial, educational and military applications. The company's highly specialized camera robotics systems line includes: including programmable computer controlled pan/tilt mechanisms, weatherproof camera robotic systems, motorized camera trolley systems, advanced control software, and a wide variety of programmable controllers. Additional products include camera control systems through triax cable, RF and fiber links; and Teleconferencing and distance learning systems.
Camera Trolly System offers servo-controlled operation.
Camera Trolly System offers servo-controlled operation.

February 11, 2003 07:42 - EWM-PT-S2-BD Elevated Wall Mount Camera Trolley System offers belt-driven motor with variable speed range of 0.5 ips to 4 fps. Unit can be mounted vertically or horizontally for camera robotic motion capabilities in various applications. Available in any length, product features position, preset, and motion control capability. Unit is compatible with servo controlled pan/tilt mechanisms: PT-CP-S2, PT-LP-S2, and PT-HP-S2 Servo Pan/Tilt Heads.

Company Information:
Name: Telemetrics Inc.
Address: 6-T Leighton Place
City: Mahwah
State: NJ
ZIP: 07430 3119
Country: USA
Phone: 201-848-9818
FAX: 201-848-9819

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