Supports four input channels which can be crosspoint-routed to any of 16DA outputs
The OG–5330-DDA-Quad 3G 3G/HD/SD Quad-Channel Multi-Rate DA with x4 Output Crosspoint (Non-Reclocking) supports four input channels which can be crosspoint-routed to any of 16 DA outputs. OG–5330-DDA-Quad 3G is multi-rate, and supports SDI and ASI/DVB on all inputs and outputs with non-inverting outputs. The quad-input capacity provides a one-card solution for distribution of 4K quadrant-division content over 3G/HD/SD-SDI interfaces.
The extremely flexible crosspoint (which is user-configurable via DashBoard™ GUI remote control) allows quad 1×4, dual 1×8, single 1×16 and other routing possibilities (such as dual 1×4 plus a single 1×8). Any of the four input channels can be distributed or duplicated across four groups of 1×4 DAs, and any of the four inputs can be set to use an alternate failover input upon loss of signal.
Excellent receive performance allows receive EQ for up to 120m 3G and 160m HD cable length (1694A). Card edge and DashBoard™ remote status monitoring indicates input lock for each input channel. Up to 10 of the OG–5330-DDA-Quad 3G cards can be installed in a frame to provide 40 channels of input, with distribution to up to 160 outputs.
Full user DashBoard™ or Remote Control Panel remote control allows full status and control access locally or across a standard Ethernet network.
Full support of 3G/HD/SD-SDI and ASI/DVB
- Full support of 3G/HD/SD-SDI and ASI/DVB
- Reclocking can be enabled or disabled for each input channel
- One-card solution for distribution of 4K quadrant-division content over 3G/HD/SD-SDI interfaces
- Excellent receive performance – EQ allows 1694A cable lengths up to 120m (3G) / 160m (HD) / 400m (SD)
- Flexible output crosspoint allows card to function as quad-channel 1×4, dual-channel 1×8, or single-channel 1×16 reclocking DA
- Failsafe mode automatically switches to selected secondary input on loss of primary input
- Input data rate auto-detection for all industry-standard data rates
- All outputs are non-inverting – ASI can be outputted on any output
- Card edge and DashBoard™ status and individual input lock indicators