3G HD-SDI Fiber Transport for openGear
Product by: MultiDyne
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The HD-4000 series of modules for the openGear platform provides flexibility in how you handle your SDI signal transport. Capable of handling SDI rates from 5 Mb/sec all the way up to 3 Gb/sec uncompressed, these cards will automatically detect the incoming signal and give you full control over re-clocking and routing.
The table (below), shows the 5 different card sets available in the HD-4000 line. With each module, you get the same control features that are available both on the front card edge (via dip switches) or through the openGear DashBoard software.
|Model #||Number of Signals||Number of Fibers|
|4400-R1, 2, 3, 4||4||1|
The true power of the 4000-Series is the ability to daisy chain up to five cards to create an 18-Channel, ONE Fiber, CWDM mux that is ideal for high-density signal trunking.
The HD-4000’s also incorporates an integrated cross-point matrix that allows not only the ability to assign a given input signal to one or more outputs but also to enable and disable outputs should the need arise. There’s also an automatic fail-over mode that, when selected, will switch to another input should the signal in the first input somehow fail. Embedded audio is fully supported. All outputs are non-inverting and ASI capable.
The HD-4000 is the cost-effective way to move all of your HD signals along with the convenience of a built-in switcher, remote monitoring and automatic fail-over protection switching. Designed and manufactured in New York.
- Supports SMPTE
- 424M, 292M, 310M & 259M
- Re-clocking at 270Mbps, 1.483Gbps, 2.970 Gbps & DVB-ASI
- Auto-detect of incoming data rate
- Card-edge LEDs for signal presence, rate & other key parameters
- Blind-mating SC fiber connectors
- 4x4 Matrix/cross-point
- 1,2,3 or 4 signals/card
- Up to 18 signals/fiber
- Up to 40 signals in 2RU
- Dashboard enabled
- Supports embedded audio & data
- Studio links
- Signal trunking
- Signal distribution
- Campus interconnects
- Transmission links
- Telco circuits
- Outside Broadcast “B-Unit” interconnects