New Cool-Dock Series (VHF) – Liquid Cooled Transmitters

New Cool-Dock Series (VHF) - Liquid Cooled Transmitters
NEW Cool-Dock Series – ATSC VHF
Liquid-Cooled Solid State Transmitters

Cool-Dock Series is available in power levels from 1.8kw (ATSC) and beyond. Cool-Dock 10kW – ATSC available in a single cabinet (shown above).

Cool-Dock Series: Refresh Your Thinking.

LARCAN’s New Cool-Dock Series liquid-cooled transmitters, defines a greater level of broadcast transmitter design. Based on the technology making waves in liquid cooling, Cool-Dock Series transmitters are the next generation in broadcast innovation.

Developed with the same reliability and serviceability that made LARCAN solid state products an industry leader, the Cool-Dock Series incorporates new ‘Cool-Dock’ technology which provides superior cooling while maintaining optimal serviceability. With no fluid disconnection required for regular service, Cool-Dock transmitters represent a new breakthrough in liquid cooled technology

Designed from ‘start to success’ with award winning LARCAN quality and design philosophy, Cool-Dock Series seamlessly integrates proven technology with the next steps in rugged and rich delivery.

A compact design with clear and consistent results – it’s the best choice for broadcasters worldwide looking for next generation innovations in broadcast network solutions.

Cool-Dock Series: Refresh Your Thinking.
Liquid-Cooled Solid State Transmitters
Innovative Solutions for Broadcast and Beyond

  • New “Cool-Dock” technology. No coolant disconnect required for servicing.
  • Broadband design, high efficiency amplifiers
  • Compact, modular design allows for expandability
  • Extensive monitoring and diagnostics
  • Cost effective, high performance
  • Reliable and user friendly

NEW Cool-Dock Technology:

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The concept behind Cool-Dock technology is a superior cooling configuration which utilizes no hose couplings, or water connections which need to be disconnected in order to service the transmitter modules. This eliminates connection points along with potential for leaking or mechanical failure. As an added benefit, active device cooling is superior to traditional designs. The result is better performance and higher reliability.