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Miranda CR1616-HD-NR 16x16 Non-Reclocked Serial Digital Video Router
Partnumber: RM-08-0332
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Description

Robust, slim-line and affordably priced, the NVISION Compact routers are ideally suited to utility routing applications.

They are available in a comprehensive array of formats, including 3Gbps, HD, SD, AES, analog video, analog audio, and machine control, in sizes from 8 x 8 to 32 x 32.

Rich configuration software simplifies key tasks like salvos and partitioning, as well as integration with other NVISION and third party routing systems.


Power
Power: 2 x 12 VDC with external transformer (250VAC)
Regulatory Compliance: UL listed and CE compliant

Serial Interface
Standard: SMPTE 207M, EIA-422, configurable
Connector: DE-9

Ethernet Interface
Standard: IEEE 802.3
Protocol: NVISION Ethernet protocol
Connector: RJ-45

Video Reference Interface
Type: Analog video reference
Standard: PAL, NTSC, or Tri-Level Sync
Connector: Loop-thru, BNC
Impedance: 75 ohm Hi-Z
Level: 0.5 to 2.0 Vp-p
Return Loss: >30 dB 5 MHz

HD/SD Interface
Type: High definition serial digital video
Standard: SMPTE 259M, 344M and 292M
Data rate: Auto reclocking at 270 Mbps and 1.483 and 1.485 Gbps or auto bypass with pass-through from 19 Mbps to 1.5 Gbps
Connector: BNC
Impedance: 75Ω
Cable Equalization: 150 m Belden 1694A, 85m Belden 1855A @ 1.5 Gbps
Router Path: Non-inverting
Output Level: 800 mVp-p ±10 %
Return Loss: >15 dB 5 MHz to 1.5 GHz>10 dB, 1.5 GHz to 3.0 GHz

Ethernet Interface
Rise/Fall Time: <270 ps
Overshoot: <10 %
Alignment Jitter: <0.2 % 100 kHz to 150 MHz
Timing Jitter: <1 % 10 Hz to 100 kHz

General
Operating Temperature: 0°C - 40°C
Humidity: 0 to 90 % non-condensing



Setup
A remote panel module must be configured to work either in a CRSC network or in an NV9000 network. The two configuration modes are not compatible.

Stand-alone Router Network with Remote panels

A CRSC network has the same topology as a stand-alone network, except the routers and remote panel modules have been configured under CRSC which provides a more elegant solution to system design.
NV9000 Network of Routers

An NV9000 network supports a larger number of routers. Commands issue from the remote panels to the NV9000 which then dispatches the instructions to the routers. The routers return status to the NV9000 which in turn relays the status to the remote panels.