PHABRIX TAG-C Multi-Format HD-SDI/AES/Composite Analyzer and Monitor

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PHABRIX
PHABRIX TAG-C Multi-Format HD-SDI/AES/Composite Analyzer and Monitor
Key Features
  • Entry-Level Analyzer/Monitor
  • Supports SDI, AES, and Composite
  • Includes SDI Signal Generator
The PHABRIX TAG-C Multi-Format HD-SDI/AES/Composite Analyzer and Monitor is an entry-level, multi-format analyzer and monitor supporting HD/SD-SDI, AES, and analog composite signals. Configured as an entry-level portable analyzer, the TAG-C can be easily upgraded using a range of software options to provide a sophisticated instrument for testing broadcast infrastructure. The TAG-C includes SDI signal generation functionality for additional SDI testing capability.
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$4,240.00

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PHABRIX TAG-C Multi-Format HD-SDI/AES/Composite Analyzer and Monitor

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PHABRIX PHSXTAGC Overview

The PHABRIX TAG-C Multi-Format HD-SDI/AES/Composite Analyzer and Monitor is an entry-level, multi-format analyzer and monitor supporting HD/SD-SDI, AES, and analog composite signals. Configured as an entry-level portable analyzer, the TAG-C can be easily upgraded using a range of software options to provide a sophisticated instrument for testing broadcast infrastructure. The TAG-C includes SDI signal generation functionality for additional SDI testing capability.

The PHABRIX TAG has been created to incorporate new interfaces that appeal to customers looking for a cost-effective entry into professional test and measurement. It supports SD-SDI and HD-SDI as standard, with the option to upgrade to 3G-SDI (Level A and Level B). Composite analysis and generation has been incorporated to support those regions making the transition between analog and digital television. An SFP cage has been integrated into the design, principally for optical infrastructure testing; however, the cage will support a wider range of SFPs as they become available. Composite locking reference generation and input reference waveform analysis have also been included.

For audio support, the PHABRIX TAG provides a D15 breakout connector providing both balanced analog and AES input/output. AES waveform display allows a visual check of levels and reference lock. Advanced audio features including Dolby E, Dolby Digital, and Dolby Digital Plus are supported allowing TAG to be considered as a replacement for the discontinued Dolby DM100.

PHABRIX PHSXTAGC Specs

MonitorResolution: 480 x 272 Pixels, auto scaling
Display Type: 16:9 24-bit Color TFT
Display Size: 3.7 x 2.1" / 95 x 54 mm
SDIFormats: SD-SDI, HD-SDI (See manufacturer's website for currently supported SMPTE formats)
Input/Output: 1 x 75 Ohm BNC
EDH: Yes (SD-SDI)
ReferenceGenlock: Bi/Tri/SDI with cross lock
Ref Generator: Bi-Level PAL/NTSC +/-5 ppm
Generator Timing: 0 to 1 Frame WRT reference source
Composite VideoFormats: NTSC, PAL-M, PAL-N
Input: 1 x 75 Ohm BNC
Output: 1 x 75 Ohm BNC
SFPInterface: Single Tx, Single Rx, or Transceiver (Non-MSA)
Module Types: See manufacturer's website for updated list of supported modules
AudioInternal Speaker: 0.5 W
Audio DAC: 24-bit Stereo
Headphone Socket: 3.5mm Mini with auto line out
Generator/Monitor: 48 kHz 20-bit (SD-SDI), 24-bit (HD-SDI)
Metering: 16 Channel PPM with phase detection
AES Output: 75 Ohm AES Pair via 15-way D-type
Analog Output: Balanced stereo pair via 15-way D-type
Analog Input: Balanced stereo pair via 15-way D-type
GeneralNavigation Panel: Five menu keys, eight custom select
Integral Battery Supply: Lithium-polymer, 2 to 3 hours
Internal Storage: 2 GB
Remote Control: Web browser interface
Ethernet: Web server, remote control (TCP/IP Sockets)
Security: Kensington lock fitting
Dimensions3.6 x 8.6 x 1.7" / 92 x 225 x 42 mm
Weight2 lb / 900 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight4.6 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)12.1 x 9 x 4"
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