SDI-over-fibre transport system.


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The Model 410 SDI-Over-Fibre Transport System is a high-performance, cost-effective “throw-down” or rack-mounted solution for distributing digital video signals over short and medium distances. The system is compatible with all common broadcast serial digital video formats and is suitable for use in remote trucks, live-event video distribution, and fixed links associated with broadcast and production facilities. Three Model 410 versions are available, providing a range of input and output configurations. The SDI transport capabilities, user support features, and compact form factor make the Model 410 a highly unique product.

Key Features

Model 410 General Features
• Multi-channel electrical-to-optical (E2O) and optical-to-electrical (O2E) SDI transport
• Three format-independent SDI data paths over one single-mode optical fibre
• Supports 3G (SMPTE 424M), HD (SMPTE 292), and SD (SMPTE 259M) SDI, as well as DVB-ASI
• Fibre transport based on the SMPTE 297 standard
• Powered by 10-18 Vdc external source; optional Anton/Bauer® battery mount available
• Ethernet port provides system configuration and performance monitoring using web pages or SNMP
• Front-panel features include status display, navigation buttons, power switch, and LED indicators
• “Half-rack” enclosure weighs less than 2 pounds (0.9 kg)

Model 410-3T Features
• Three SDI inputs, each with re-clocked loop-through output
• One single-mode optical output, transporting three SDI signals using WDM/CWDM multiplexing
• Configurable laser on/off output control

Model 410-3R Features
• One single-mode optical input, WDM/CWDM de-multiplexed to three re-clocked SDI signals
• Three SDI output channels, each with two independently buffered outputs
• Monitoring of optical receive levels and SDI signal status

Model 410-3T/3R Features
• “Transceiver” with three SDI inputs and three SDI outputs
• One single-mode optical output and one single-mode optical input
• Monitoring of optical output and input levels