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  • Brand: Evertz
  • Model Number: X1204S-SW
  • Product Code: BS19040
  • Quantity in stock: 2
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The X–1202 supporting 3G/HD/SD SDI signals, is a twelve–input routing switcher that provides a convenient, low–cost way to route high definition and standard definition serial digital signals. The X–1204 routers are used for 3Gb/s, 1.5Gb/s, 270Mb/s, 360Mb/s, 540Mb/s and DVB–ASI serial digital signals. When the unit is ordered with the Quad 12x2 AES router option the AES output busses can be used in an "audio follow video" mode, or can be broken away from the video bus. This router features the ability for redundancy protection with a bypass relay and optional dual power supplies.

The router electronics are housed in a 1RU rack mount frame and are controlled from the built-in front panel controls. Each model can also be purchased with an optional rack-mount remote control panel that replaces the built-in control panel or can be used as a second control panel. All units can also be controlled by Quartz over Ethernet, contact closures on the GPI control port or through the RS–232 or RS–422 serial remote control port using industry-standard switcher protocols.

Technical Details
  •  Supports SMPTE ST 424M (3Gb/s), SMPTE ST 292–1 (1.5Gb/s), SMPTE ST 259 (270, 360 or 540Mb/s) and DVB–ASI video signals
  •  The switch point is fully controllable from the front panel
  •  Video input presence detection is displayable on the front panel
  •  Front panel or remote control panel version available, the second control panel can be ordered for any version
  •  Programmable source input names are available on the front panel
  •  Bypass verification test using main menu• Programmable tally output bus
  •  GVG TEN–XL protocol and Quartz protocol are supported
  •  SoftSwitch™ model provides clean video and pops less AES switching
  •  Video and audio input relay bypass for power failure bypass protection
  •  Optional dual power configuration
  •  Remote control via SNMP

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