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  • 2 laptops
  • 3 workstations
  • Canon imageFORMULA DR-3010C Compact Workgroup Scanner or Canon DR-C125 A4 Document Scanner

Data Center

  • 3 NAS HDD 4000GB (Seagate PN 1H4168-505)
  • additional drives for NAS1 and NAS2
  • additional drives for file seeders
  • Additional drives for DILC server
  • 2 additional managed switches for LAN
  • Additional power module for Old UVLe / CAS
  • Additional processor for UVLe
  • mac mini (as dhcp, vpn, temp storage) - with 8Gb RAM, 1 firewire-to-ethernet adopter, 1 usb-to-ethernet adopter, external firewire storage
  • Additional disks for UVLe
  • KVM
  • Additional harddrive for DILC website: IBM SATA FRU 500GB 42D0753 (up to 5x)
  • Additional harddrive for UPDox: IBM SATA FRU 900GB 81Y9651 (up to 3x)
  • Additional RAM for UPDox: ___ (up to 10x)
  • chemical fire suppression system

Multimedia production

  • portable sound system (Peavey Escort 3000 Portable PA System)
  • Logitech USB Headset H360 or better mac-compatible usb headset
  • Eizo Foris FX2431 - 24in Monitor
  • acoustic insolation of Room 204 (dimensions: 5.7m x 7m x 2.6m): carpet, thick drapes, etc.
  • com (for cam-to-cam operation)
  • Marantz PMD660
  • Mackie portable audio mixer
  • signal processor
  • lavalier mic sets
  • snake wires
  • LED lighting
  • boom mic
  • rig
  • light meter
  • camera mounted lights
  • professional digital scanner (large format, auto-feed)

Jacks, Adopters, Converters

  • S-video to VGA
  • DVI-D (24+4pin) male
  • D-sub (9 pin) female to VGA
  • DVI-D to VGA
  • 400/800 FireWire 6-Pin Female to 9-Pin Male IEEE1394a 1394b

Training Room

  • UPS for 2 renderers

To replace training computers acquired in 2003 and now condemned:

  • 30 computers for training on audio-video production
  • UPS for workstations


  • amp meter
  • oscilloscope
  • drill

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