Datavideo Solutions

HC-600

Hard carrying case for Monitors / Cameras / TP-650 Teleprompter / Accessories etc.

Product Code: DATA-HC600

Suggested Retail Price £105+VAT

Where to buy

Stock status: In Stock; available from resellers

Kit List

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  • Hard carrying case for Monitors / Cameras / Accessories etc.
  • Ideal for use with TP-650 Teleprompter
    • Lift out Contents of TP-650 and fit inside HC-600
  • Stylish and durable - ideal for mobile productions
  • Supplied complete with internal foam
  • Press & pull latches
  • Secure impact resistant hinges with integrated feet
  • Case can stand upright and level on hinge spine
  • Solid core handle is both comfortable and durable
  • Shock proof, vibration proof, dust proof and rust proof
  • Low temperature (-25C / -13F) resistance tested
  • Sealable for moisture protection
  • Pressure release valve
  • Stackable

Specifications:

  • Dimensions: External - H 410mm x W 515mm x D 200mm
  • Dimensions: Internal base - H 352mm x W 481mm x D 100mm without foam
  • Dimensions: Internal lid - H 352mm x W 481mm x D 70mm without foam
  • Weight: 4.15 Kg ( 9.15 lbs ) with pick and pluck foam only
  • Weight: 7.70 Kg ( 16.98 lbs ) Including TP-600 kit and foam

The HC-600 is a heavy duty carry case ideal for protecting your equipment from damage and the elements.

Supplied with "Pick & Pluck" internal foam, this enables easy customization to a variety of products.

Use with TP-650

Hand carrying case designed for the TP-650 teleprompter. The HC-600 is essential for protecting and transporting the TP-650, complete with mountings. The case's design allows the end user to take the TP-500 pre-cut foam out of the original box packaging and fit directly it into the HC-500 carry case.

Ready, Set, Present

Conferences, huddle rooms and presentations are fast paced environments where time is money and the audience does not like to wait. This is where an AV converter like the DAC-75T just thrives. Your speaker wants to connect their laptop and see it displayed or projected straight away. They may have VGA, DVI, HDMI, Display Port or even SDI. So not getting the picture and fiddling with tiny dip switches, in a dark room, is what they want to avoid. Especially when there is no tech guy around.

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