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The Paralinx Tomahawk2 is a long-range HD video system offering real-time wireless HD transmission for your Television, Film, Broadcast, Industrial or UAV/UAS application.
The Tomahawk2 features several improvements from the original Tomahawk:
Dual-Input Transmitter (HD-SDI & HDMI)
Receiver is lighter and 60% smaller
Input voltage range is now 6-28V on Transmitter
Machined-aluminum Receiver enclosure improves durability
Integrated 1/4-20 & 4-40 mounting points on Tx/Rx
Compatible with Teradek Sidekick (1stGen)
Compatible with Teradek Bolt 2000, Sidekick1, or Paralinx Tomahawk (1st Gen)*
Manual Channel Selection & Pairing Interface using new on-screen menu interface
All Transmitter+Receiver sets include custom case
The Paralinx Tomahawk2 has a range of up to 2000 feet** (600m) and maintains an incredible <1ms latency glass-to-glass. Both the transmitter and receiver feature 2-Pin power connectors and the transmitter features a wide 6-28V input voltage range (receiver has 7-17V input). The Tomahawk2 system features both 3G-SDI input (with loop-out) & HDMI input on the transmitter, and a 3G-SDI output on the receiver.
The Tomahawk2 transmits Full-HD video (up to 1080p/60 4:2:2) and is capable of sending video to up to 4 receivers simultaneously. The transmitter weighs approximately 7.3oz/208g (without antennas) and the receiver weighs only 8.9oz/252g (without antennas).
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