General Contact

NEP Denali
Mike Fernander General Manager

2 Beta Drive US- PA 15238 Pittsburgh United States

http://http://www.nepinc.com/ +1 855 735 4310 (work)

NEP Denali Yukon

NEP Denali Yukon HD OB Truck Floor Plan

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Technical Synopsis

GENERAL

Name of Truck
Yukon
HD Formats
  • 1080i
Length (m)
17
Width (m)
2.62
Width Expanded (m)
6.55
Height (m)
4.2
Voltage (V)
  • 220/240
Power Connector
400A, 208V 3-Phase or 2x 200A, 208V 3-Phase

PRODUCTION

Vision Mixer - Production 1
1x Karrera K-Frame (Grass Valley)
DVE - Production 1
1x Kayenne Onboard (Grass Valley)
Monitor Lines - Production 1
138
Displays Production 1
18x 26" (boland)
Multiviewers/Splitters Production 1
VipX (Evertz)
5.1 Surround Sound in Production 1
LSR Series (JBL)

VISION CONTROL

Cameras
12x HDC-4300 (Sony)
Lenses
Digi Power (Fujinon)
Tripods
  • Vector 750 (Vinten)
  • T-Series (Cartoni)
Monitor Lines
24
Displays
  • 3x 20" LMD (Sony)
  • 2x 37" (boland)
Multiviewers/Splitters
VipX (Evertz)
Digital Glue
  • 7700 Series (Evertz)
  • 9000 series (Cobalt)
Video Matrix
1x EQX-3G (Evertz)
KVM Switch
Draco tera compact 48C16F (ihse)

VIDEO RECORDING

VTRs
6x HDW-M2000 (Sony)
HardDisks
6x XT3 (EVS)

AUDIO RECORDING

Audio Mixer
1x Vista X (Studer)
Audio Matrix
1x EMR (Evertz)
5.1 Surround Sound
LSR Series (JBL)
Audio Effects
  • PCM92 (Lexicon)
  • M6000 (TC Electronic)
  • FW8000 (Eventide)
  • DP 563 (Dolby)
  • 2-1176 (Universal Audio)
Wired Microphones
  • SM Series (Shure)
  • MKH Series (Sennheiser)

INTERCOM

Intercom Matrix
1x Artist (Riedel)
Beltpack
RTS (Telex)
Radio TX/RX
CP Series (Motorola)
ISDN Codecs
Connect Trio (Riedel)

STAGEBOX / DATALINKS

Video/Audio/Data Fiber
  • Compact (Studer)
  • Andiamo (DirectOut)

SPECIAL FEATURES

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NEP Denali describes Yukon, its latest mobile unit to hit the road, as “state-of-the-art” and “designed for the specific needs of entertainment production.” Like many new trucks these days, it’s highly flexible and easily customized for the individual client: many of Yukon’s operating positions can be swapped around and/or can serve multiple functions based on the needs of the given show.
Yukon, which has an accompanying B unit, is constructed around an Evertz EQX 558×576 router with 576 XLink outputs at its core. At the front bench is a Grass Valley Kayenne K-Frame production switcher with 9M/E, 128 inputs, and 96 outputs. Rounding out the guts of the production end are an Evertz VIP monitor wall, an IHSE KVM system, 212 de-embedding inputs, and 224 embedding outputs.
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The truck comes standard with a load of acquisition goodies, including 12 Sony HDC-4300 cameras (with SMPTE fiber) and a collection of Fujinon lenses (two 88X8.8, eight 14X4.5, four 23X7.8, and two 16X6.5). On the audio end, Yukon boasts a Studer Vista X console with A-Link and an Evertz EMR audio router. It carries six Shure SM58 microphones and 10 Sennheiser 416P shotgun mics.
Bolstering its case as a highly flexible truck, NEP Denali does not commit Yukon to a specific replay or graphics infrastructure. Both can be provided on request; the truck is wired to accommodate up to 20 VTRs and six EVS servers on the replay end and any two machines for graphics.
Yukon’s flexibility, according to NEP Denali, is critical in the entertainment business, where a unit is less likely to work a lengthy package the way a truck may in sports. Many concerts and esports tournaments are massive one-off live-production events, and NEP needs to remain nimble to offer ultra-high-end production on an on-demand basis.
The unit is equipped with a 256-port Riedel Intercom system for comms, adds an Evertz 5601 sync generator with auto change, and provides plenty of SMPTE fiber cabling (eight 500-ft., 12 350-ft., 18 200-ft., 20 100-ft. cables) for a standard production.

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