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TSL Products Showcases Latest Range of Power Management Solutions and Integrated Display Systems (IDS) at ISE 2015


MARLOW, UK – 18 December 2014 – Leading broadcast equipment manufacturer, TSL Products, will showcase its latest range of Power Management Solutions and Integrated Display Systems (IDS) on stand 11.D66 at ISE which takes place from 10-12 February 2015 at the RAI, Amsterdam, NL.

Visitors to the TSL Products’ stand will be able to see how TSL Products’ range of Power Management Solutions can be used to effectively control overhead costs by distributing power when and where it is required. With TSL Products’ Power Management range, users can monitor the health of their system’s racks to identify issues and improve overall efficiency, and have complete visibility of power usage across an entire infrastructure. TSL Products’ Power Management range allows users to maintain their critical up-time targets, even across remotely located equipment facilities, as proven worldwide through a variety of applications.

Also showcased at ISE 2015 will be TSL’s IDS range (Integrated Display Systems). Traditionally broadcasters have used a collection of separate clocks, tally lamps, production timers and post-it notes to aid in the production of programs. The IDS system is designed to bring all these functions together onto a single display or touchscreen, whilst also displaying dynamic information to better coordinate and organise production workflow.

IDS accurately synchronises all connected devices, including:

  • Clocks and Timing: The IDS system can display clocks, multiple time-zones, up/down timers as well as support offset time recording while keeping all the devices on the network synchronised using either NTP or LTC.
  • Seamless Integration: The IDS system displays information from and interacts with a wide range of equipment and control systems. At the same time GPIO and DMX based control can be added directly to any IDS system using TSL’s IP based I/O expansion devices.
  • Information Display: The IDS system can display a wide range of dynamic information alongside (or without) the clocks and timers. The display layouts are based on a customer’s own screen designs and can be shown on any connected IDS display interface. Customized information display can include On-Air lamps, tickers, control interfaces, video streams, URLs, RSS feeds, signage, branded media, etc.
  • Content Management: The information that can be displayed on the IDS system is becoming increasingly varied and dynamic. The IDS Content Manager allows users to manage and distribute large volumes of digital content to IDS connected display through a user-friendly web interface.