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Save 15% on your Complete HDBaseT Flex Control System with Integrated Touch Panel!

The FSR FLEX HDBaseT Bundle Includes:

One (1) FLEX Control System with 3.5" Touch Screen Wall PLAte (2-Gang)

One (1) HDBaseT Wall Plate Transmitter (2-Gang)

Two (2) 2-Gang Mud Rings for simple wall installation

One (1) HDBaseT 100 Meter Receiver

One (1) West Penn HDBaseT Certified HDBaseT Cable ( up to 100 Meters)

When purchasing a FLEX HDBaseT BUNDLE simple choose the Cable Length and Transmitter Wall Plate type you perfer.

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WOODLAND PARK, N.J. - March 10, 2016 - PRLog -- FSR, a leading manufacturer of a wide variety of products for the audio/video, education, hospitality, government, and religious markets, is proud to announce that along with the Women in BICSI group, it recently identified and sponsored the second-ever female candidate to compete in the history of the Cabling Skills Challenge. Iinthia Harris, lead technician of Chapel-Romanoff Technologies in Dayton, OH, participated in this year's 9th Annual Cabling Skills Challenge held in February at BICSI's 2016 Winter Conference in Orlando, FL.

The Cabling Skills Challenge features the world's best Information and Communications Technology (ICT) installers testing their skills and knowledge as they compete for the title of Installer of the Year. The Installer of the Year is named at the Annual BICSI Awards Banquet and receives a prize of $5,000.

Competitors for the challenge are selected from a field of entrants based on qualifying criteria such as professionalism, quality of resume and work experience. Over the course of the two-day challenge, participants compete in events including copper and fiber installation; fusion splicing; firestopping; grounding and bonding; cable assembly and cable troubleshooting. Scores are based on professionalism, resume, orientation (attendance and promptness) attitude, safety, tools...


DMN Newswire--2016-3-8-- Burlington, MA -- Four well known audiovisual and classroom technologies manufacturers, FSR, Inc, Biamp Systems, Utelogy Corp., and SpinetiX, have partnered to create the first Higher Education Technology Summit (HETS). Created specifically for college and university managers of educational technology, HETS is designed to combine a day of product training, networking and peer-to-peer discussions in a fast moving format. The first HETS of 2016 will take place in Burlington, MA; a location conveniently situated (located off I-95 and 93) for many schools throughout New England.

Gina Sansivero, Director of Business Development, Education at FSR, Inc tells why an event like HETS was created. ?As industry leading manufacturers, we understand that educational technology managers are technically educated and experienced and are increasingly taking on more design and installation responsibilities in house. They are also developing technology standards and specifying products for the AV systems campus-wide. Technology managers typically have limited budgets for training and travel. A regional, cost- free, single day event provides the training they are asking for as well as time for time to network with their colleagues in schools throughout the region.? Biamp, SpinetiX, Utelogy and FSR strategically aligned for the April event to help...

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WOODLAND PARK, N.J. — FSR, a manufacturer of a wide variety of products for the audio/video, education, hospitality, government and religious markets, continues to improve on its popular Digital Ribbon (DR) cable family by adding multiple Aramid reinforcing cords to the cable assembly. The result is that the pull strength specification of the cable has been increased to 40 lbs. from the previous 20 lb. rating.

“We are always looking for ways to improve our product lines and offer our customers the best solutions on the market today,” said Jan Sandri, FSR president. “We are thrilled that by using Aramid, the fiber used in body armor, we are strengthening an already durable and sturdy product line and are now able to offer our customers an even more robust family of DR cables.”

Most other cables on the market are only rated for a 20 lb. pull, which is fairly easy to exceed during installation. This improvement in the basic cable construction, which has been in production for several months, makes the DR cable family the most robust optical HDMI cable on the market. The improved DR cables are available in lengths of 10m, 15m, 23m, 30m and 50m.