Want to remote position your studio teleprompters? Our TeleSpin allows single or multiple studio teleprompters to be used by multiple talents. We have you covered…in every direction!
TeleSpin allows three methods of control. Operate using PTZ camera controllers, our handheld Remote Control Unit OR our basic Footswitch!
An industry first! TeleSpins can be operated using PTZ keyboard joystick controllers from popular names such as Sony, Panasonic, PTZOptics, Rocosoft, Skaarhoj, and many others! We support NDI technology, allowing the TeleSpin to be remotely controlled over the Internet!
Using our Remote Control Unit, up to 9 individual TeleSpin units can be controlled independently. Pan left/right is accomplished with a toggle paddle switch. Up to 9 preset positions can be stored with each TeleSpin. For ease of use, 4 of the preset positions are controlled using backlit push buttons. The remaining 5 preset positions, and the ability to select a specific TeleSpin body to rotate are controlled with a 12-key keypad. A backlit LCD display provides the user with simple and intuitive feedback. Remote Control Units can be placed up to 1000 feet away from the TeleSpin unit.
An unlimited number of footswitches can control a single TeleSpin module from 1000’ away, which permits multiple talents to use a single studio teleprompter, if required.
Our prompter Monitor Adapter plate accommodates standard 75mm or 100mm VESA mounting patterns. The TeleSpin will mount to any standard Tripod Dovetail mounting plate using multiple ¼”-20 or 3/8”-16 mounting holes. Dovetail plates can also be mounted in 90 degree positions.
Users can also mechanically limit rotation in 10-degree increments using 2 positionable limit bolts, and cabling is accommodated using standard Cat5e or greater RJ45 Ethernet cables. Standard 100-240 VAC , 50/60HZ power is required, and an international IEC outlet is provided.
Weighing only 7lbs, the TeleSpin has a dynamic weight capability of 125 lbs, but measures only 1-1/2” thick! We also offer custom velocity and ramping/deceleration to fit your studio needs.