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Mobile Editing Station 19" High End PC / GTX1080 1440Wh Battery

Price: €3,770.00
Location: Germany
Condition: Used
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Date Expires: 02/09/2022
Item ID: 225038
 

Mobile Editing Station 19" High End PC / GTX1080 1440Wh Battery

DIY Selfmade

Available immediately in top condition.

High-end control room or editing suite with 19" PowerPC and 1440 Wh battery / mains operation.

Simply roll out - is set up in 90 seconds.

If a lot of computing power is needed or many monitor connections for beamers or displays - ingenious!

Was used for 8K film editing, we built especially for this purpos.

19" PowerPC I7 7820X, 64GB RAM, GTX1080, 512GB Samsung Pro super fast SSD(M2), 10TB HDD in removable frame

Proper keyboard and mouse and good cooling instead of a notebook

The station has only been used a few times, so all components are as good as new.

The mobile director's station can be charged and operated by mains power, it works just as well in battery mode for hours.

https://www.usables.de/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/Regiecase.pdf

Including:

Director's case - (Thomann)

height: 110cm / 152cm (unfolded)

width: 80cm / 170cm (unfolded)

depth: 60cm / 108cm (unfolded)

rollers, braked

2 x19" lockable drawers with 2 keys each: width: 43cm / height: 15cm / depth: 55cm

Table (fold-out): width: 49,5cm / depth: 57cm

Monitor: 64cm diameter - Panasonic BT-LH2550 [without monitor -300€]

Please note (High End Grading Monitor, many operating hours, no even display with all colours)

mouse + keyboard

2 pieces V-Mount ( for radio link )

19" multiple socket 9 sockets

Extension cable to the front: USB 3 meters/ HDMI 3 meters (twice) / USB-C 3 meters (under the folding table)

Instructions

APC Back-Ups Pro 550 - UPS (prevents data loss if the main battery is empty, additionally with mains filter for location)

Carbest battery charger 10A / 20A

220V Converter

battery 1440 W/h (removable): BSA 120AH 12V 1100A

Power supply: Neutrik 220V mains connection (2 connections available)

Cooling for PC (rear side)

High End PC:

19" Industrial PC housing

Intel Core i7-7820X CPU @ 3.6GHz (8CpUs), ~3.6GHz

GTX 1080 Nvidia GeForce

64GB Ram working memory

512GB SSD 970PRO Samsung (Super Fast m.2)

10TB Seagage ST10000M004-2GR11L (removable frame)

Visit us and test the goods in Dusseldorf, make an appointment.

The goods are sold under exclusion of any warranty.

You will receive a proper invoice with VAT.- international shipping available

Export price excluding VAT, if the item is purchased in Germany 19% VAT will be added.

Usables GmbH

Kaistr. 12

40221 Düsseldorf

Germany

+49 211 68819525

info@usables.de

www.usables.de/sale

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