When audio/visual equipment is installed for your business, you are making an investment; an investment that you wish to last and be effective for years to come. One of the tried and true methods to increase the life of your equipment is quality maintenance. Not only does maintenance maximize the life of your equipment but also, just as importantly, it minimizes inconvenience.
Maintenance will decrease downtime, which will help you avoid costly repairs and ensure that your equipment is operational when you need it the most. Staying current with firmware updates, cleaning your equipment and making the necessary adjustments are some basic steps to care for your equipment. Best of all, this maintenance is very cost effective, especially when compared to the potential problems you prevent by doing so.
There are 4 different types of maintenance you want to focus on:
Preventive: Includes a variety of basic services that is the easiest and most cost effective way to extend the life of your product. Preventive care covers cleaning, alignment and lubrication on all broadcast parts and components.
Corrective: As soon as an issue develops it is important to service your equipment before the problem gets worse. Make sure that specific steps are followed up to correct the issue.
Perfective: Maximize the efficiency and realize the full capabilities of your equipment. These enhancements will improve the safety, reliability and make your equipment optimized for efficient and cost effectiveness.
Adaptive: Want your equipment to be flexible for additional needs at a later date? Adaptive service may be needed for a variety of situations including when regulations or business needs change. Examples include firmware updates, swapped lenses and recalibration.
Protect your investment and extend the life of your equipment. You will save money and prevent future headaches. Please contact AVI Systems to learn more about our various maintenance packages to find one that is right for you. Be sure to visit our Repair Center websites. BroadcastRepairCenter.com is available for your broadcast and production equipment needs, while AVRepairCenter.com is there to service any audio visual equipment needs.