Applied Video Imaging LLC, a leading innovator and original equipment manufacturer of rugged video system components, announced today the warranty period for all AVI products has been extended to three years from the previous two- year warranty. Users who have already purchased AVI products will also get the new three-year warranty applied to their product from the original date of purchase. Users who have purchased an additional one-year extended warranty will have the warranty automatically extended to four years or can optionally request credit to towards any new purchase.
AVI’s full line of switches, converters, quad processors and displays are rugged, open, modular SDI-based products that use a systems approach to integrate modern and legacy components. Products are thoroughly tested to DO-160 standards and are in widespread use in military and law enforcement helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft. They are also highly suitable for military ground vehicles and marine applications
“AVI is proud to announce this extension to our standard warranty period. We’ve built quality into every product design and have thoroughly tested each design to up to 15 DO-160 sections. The demonstrated performance and reliability for all of our products has been outstanding.” said Bruce Carriker, President and founder of AVI.
About Applied Video Imaging, LLC – Applied Video Imaging designs and manufactures advanced rugged video processing, distribution, switching, and display products for the airborne, ground, and marine surveillance markets. AVI’s products, services, and solutions optimize surveillance sensor suites, enhancing the platform and operator’s mission effectiveness.
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