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  1. Here we go again! Pre-Orders available now on our website at http://www.FUZETi.com! Pre-orders will end April 30th and will not be accepting any orders after that! Nearly a year after the first Kickstarter campaign we're finally ready to try again with the new design:-) Keep an eye out here for the link on Monday the 19th, 12:00PM PST. Link to the Kickstarter Campaign! :https://www.kickstar...-timecode-slate https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u9oXk7bziYw In the meanwhile, the website has also been redesigned with what you can expect from us after the campaign. http://www.fuzeti.com/ The new slate has been redesign and improved based on feedback from those who have used the first slate. The new timecode generator can be used by itself or coupled with clapper and panel. It is also designed to lower tooling cost and initial fund down to just $34,000 to get everything made. For our Kickstarter, one complete slate will start at $600.00 USD and standalone display generator at $450. After the campaign is complete the retail price will become $699.99 USD and $499.99 respectively. Features: - Timecode generator supports frame rates of: 23.976, 24, 25, 29.97, 29.97DF, 30, and 30DF - Drift between devices is less than one frame (~35ms) every 24 hours - Sync from other timecode devices (Runs on internal clock after jamming) - Jam or run off of an external timecode generator - Worry free rain or shine with Water Resistance (IP 55) - Standard 5-pin timecode input/output - 1/4" TRS timecode input/output - Easy to adjust display brightness knob - 16 hour run time with display continuously lit on maximum with 4 AA batteries (Batteries not included), or run indefinitely off of an external power source DC 5-16V. - Display can be removed from panel and clapper for standalone operation. - Solid wood clapper sticks makes a clear and sharp snap. - Solid and sturdy construction. The front panel is made of steel and powder-coated with white dry-erasable surface. The display module is black injection-molded ABS plastic and houses the electronics. Display only: 8.5"W x 2.1"H x 1.75"D, 12oz Display with Panel: 8.5"W x 6.5"H x 1.5"D, 33oz Extra sealing upgrade will allow you to take the display into shallow waters. Included will be a sealing cap for the 5-pin Lemo port. We won't be able to test up to IP66 rating with 3D printed parts, so final rating will not be available until production models are made. BNC available as a post-production mod, this option will not be weatherproof. Products available after Kickstarter Campaign: - Convenient LED front lit panel - Larger user swappable slate panel for front boxes Many many special thanks to Adrian Zaw, Bao Quang Pham, Kenneth Ho, Kyle Portman, Helen Kim, Nate Votran, Lily Pham, Nam Luong, and Sourita Siri for being part of building this Kickstarter campaign. My personal website can be found at http://www.gtsai.com, as well as my linkedin profile at http://www.linkedin.com/in/piman All of the attached photos are of the prototype and as such the texture of the 3D printed enclosure is pretty rough. The final injection molded product will have a smooth finish.
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