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Nova Systems Inc. history?

Discussion in 'Lighting and Electrics' started by avkid, Nov 12, 2007.

  1. avkid

    avkid Not a New User Fight Leukemia

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    Does anybody know anything about this company or where to find a manual for a MIDI 616?
     
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    BillESC Well-Known Member Premium Member

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    NSI is now a division of Leviton. You can download the manual at:

    www.nsicorp.com
     
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    avkid Not a New User Fight Leukemia

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    So NSI is an acronym for Nova Systems Inc.?
     
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    Might be a bit off thread but I apologize for that .....
    I checked with Levitron on schematics for a Nova 900S Framesync/TBC and was refered back here!
    Any thoughts or suggestions?
    Thanks!!
     
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    I never knew that's what NSI stood for. Learn something new everyday, especially on CB!
     
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    Pretty stinking sure that's unrelated to NSI. No clue who that Nova is, but I do know I've seen their name before.

    I looked up one on Google and found an Ebay listing. It doesn't look cosmetically like any of the major players (Fora, DPS/Leitch/Harris, etc). Wish I could help more.
     
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    Thanks for the response, I've been doing the same. I assumed Nova was part of Nova Systems Inc. which refered to NSI and on down the line!
    Well we have one with a bad power supply and are looking for schematics or a manual.
    The little 900S Frame Sync has been a good unit would really like to repair it if possible.
    Thanks for any help at all
     
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    avkid Not a New User Fight Leukemia

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    I now have absolutely no clue as to why I was looking for this manual.
    :confused:
     
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    NSI is Nova Systems? Cool, thanks as I still have some of both catalogues but never knew the link.

    Given that link, and with pressure such catalogues still exist - you can get say some Colortran parts from your electrical supplier with a Leviton account. At least that's where I get my parts. Given that, your NSI or Leviton supplier should be pressed to get what you need and they can get the info such as a manual or go over their head.

    This granted I have heard of Nova Systems but never knew the link with them to NSI. Such a manual might no longer exist. Given the link if no luck, one of the first or third accounts I set up where I work was direct with NSI long before they bought out X or were bought out. Shoot me a PM and only if you didn't have luck with your normal sources, I'll give it a shot in finding the manual.
     
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    derekleffew Resident Curmudgeon Senior Team Premium Member

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    Don't bother, [user]ship[/user]. The product in question, Nova 900S Framesync/TBC, is not manufactured by NSI/Leviton any more than it is made by Chevrolet/GM, or PBS for that matter..

    [user]RSU[/user], try:
    or
    At least we're fairly certain it's not this one: http://www.novasystems.net/.

    Can't wait to get me one of those new diesel lightboards.:twisted:
     
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    Thanks... Will try the second, the first number is a private phone now.
    Sorry I didn't get it posted but I did talk to Leviton and they sold Nova Systems Inc (NSI) a while back. The tech didn't know excactly when or who but they don't support it anymore.
     
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