Over 37 Years of Excellence

LEIGHTRONIX has provided customers with over 18,250 controllers, including over 8,000 digital channels. LEIGHTRONIX continually prioritizes product value and versatility, exceeding customer expectations in both product performance and support. Browse below to hear what customers are saying about the company that has become a model for stability and longevity in the quickly evolving professional video market.

Using an UltraNEXUS-HD series video server and multiple IncodeX One IP encoders, Beaufort County delivers 24/7 HD programming to three cable headends located in different locations throughout the area and delivers events to their main station remotely with a point-to-point broadcast.

Taking advantage of the unique features of the UltraNEXUS-HD Blade, Hudson Community Television automatically downscales three channels worth of scheduled content, while live streaming their HD video in conjunction with VieBit and an IncodeX Stream encoder.

Leon County’s UltraNEXUS-HD series video server delivers an HD broadcast to one cable provider and automatically downscales the same signal to SD for another. For special events and chamber meetings, their IncodeX Vier multipurpose encoder simultaneously creates and uploads video-on-demand files while live streaming on VieBit.

With a SignCell cellular connection, Tulip Time used an IncodeX Stream encoder to live stream a city-wide race and display it at a venue crosstown without a wired connection.

In the eighties, Wadsworth Community Television inherited a full system of archaic video equipment for their station, which required manual program switching. In 1991, WCTV turned to LEIGHTRONIX for their automation needs and have been upgrading ever since.

An IncodeX One encoder took the 1080i HD output from TEDxTraverseCity’s event in one part of the city and delivered a stable, superior point-to-multipoint signal to five different locations, including a large projection screen downtown.

With a LEIGHTRONIX video server and two LEIGHTRONIX encoders, Access Laporte County broadcasts three channels worth of content along with a mobile unit for PEGcasting events. Using LEIGHTRONIX streaming services, the station keeps an online archive of video as well.

The First Evangelical Free Church begins recording a sermon in one venue with the LABvault-SD, and starts playing that same sermon in a second venue once it reaches the same point in the service, all without interrupting the recording process.

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Mason, MI 48854
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