Lynx Technik AG yellobrik 3Gbit Fiber Optic to SDI Receiver (Single Mode SC Connection)

BH #LYORX1802SC • MFR #O RX 1802 SC
Lynx Technik AG
Lynx Technik AG yellobrik 3Gbit Fiber Optic to SDI Receiver (Single Mode SC Connection)
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Lynx Technik AG O RX 1802 Overview

The Lynx Technik AG yellobrik 3Gbit Fiber Optic to SDI Receiver provides 2 SDI outputs and single mode SC fiber connection. This compact fiber optic receiver is designed to combat the restrictions involved with the distribution of uncompressed broadcast-quality video signals over a long distance.

Pairing of this receiver with fiber optic transmitters (such as yellobrik OTX 1812 or OTX 1842) gives as an optical transmitter/receiver system for signals up to a resolution of 1080p60 (3Gbit/s) while preserving full uncompressed quality.

The ORX 1802 Receiver is compatible with any video signal according to SMPTE 424M, SMPTE 292M, and SMPTE 259M standards, as well as DVB-ASI.

Supports SDI video up to 3Gbit/s (1080p60) and 2 SDI outputs
Error-free optical reception
Input range from 1260 to 1620nm
Supports hot swapping and hot plugging

Lynx Technik AG O RX 1802 Specs

InputFiber Input Single Mode:
1 x Fiber optic input SC connection
SMPTE 297M - 2006
Input Range (Wavelength): 1260 to 1620 nm
RX Sensitivity: -3 to -19 dBm
RX Active LED on the side of the module
SDI Output2 x SDI video on 75 Ω BNC connectors
SMPTE 424M, SMPTE 292M, SMPTE 259M, DVB-ASI
Multi-standard operation from 270 Mbit/s to 3 Gbit/s Return Loss: >15 dB to 1.5 GHz and >10 dB up to 3 GHz
Power12 VDC power supply (included)
Supports external power input from 9 to 14 VDC
Power LED on the side of the module
Power Consumption: 1.4 W
Dimensions5.5 x 1.6 x 8.6" (14.0 x 4.2 x 22.0 cm)
Weight4.4 oz (125.0 g)
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