CINEGEARS Ghost-Eye 400ME Wireless HD & SDI Video Transmitter with Data Encryption

BH #CI6405 • MFR #6-405
CINEGEARS Ghost-Eye 400ME Wireless HD & SDI Video Transmitter with Data Encryption
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CINEGEARS Ghost-Eye 400M Overview

The Ghost-Eye 400ME Wireless HD & SDI Video Transmitter from Cinegears transmits uncompressed HD video and audio from 1,312 to 3,280'. It comes with added security encryption that ensures no data is lost during transmission. With both 3G and HDMI inputs and outputs, using frequencies between 5.1 to 5.9 GHz as needed (up to four simultaneously), you can utilize the video transmission for professional applications. The transmitter unit ensures complete encryption of data during transmission. This transmitter can support up to four receivers and can be arranged in point-to-point and point-to-multi-point networks.

Uses license-free 5 GHz ISM frequency band, maximum four frequency channels with automatic or manual selection, coexists with Wi-Fi
Supports wireless 10-bit HD video with no compression and no delay from 1,312 to 3,280'
Uncompromised picture quality with low latency less than 1 ms
Supports point-to-point, and point-to-multipoint network topology
Supports up to four receivers
Cross-compatible with Ghost-Eye 100M, 150M, and 300M transmitters and receivers
Highest resolution 10-bit color depth 4:2:2, 1080p 60 fps HDMI and 3G/HD/SD-SDI input and output
Supports HDMI to SDI cross-conversion
Supported professional audio formats include Dolby True HD, DTS-master, and more
SDI/HDMI input from digital cinema cameras, HD SDI video cameras, and other digital devices
AES-128 encryption with air interface HD video data stream
HDMI 1.4 with EDID support
Supports timecode and tally for broadcast or live event streaming production
Built-in ultra-silent intelligent fan prevents heat and moisture damage
Supports wide-range power voltage input, adapts most kinds of camera batteries with optional V-Mount, Gold mount (Anton Bauer), or 1/4" bolt mount battery plates
Comes with five external antennas with RPSMA socket
Supports all input and output ports with ±8 kV ESD protection level (HBM, contact discharge)
Plug-and-play hardware design without need for software, firmware upgradable via mini USB port
Professional standard two-pin Lemo power plugs
Built-in LCD screen displays for device and signal status
Water and mist-proof, shockproof production case with foam insert for easy transportation (available separately)
CE, FCC, RoHS certified product, safe to use worldwide
UPC: 714983521871

CINEGEARS Ghost-Eye 400M Specs

Frequency Band5.1 to 5.9 GHz (Configurable with China, North American, Europe, etc.)
Transmission Range1,312 to 3,280' (400 to 1,000 m)
Interface1 x SDI input (BNC female)
1 x HDMI input (Type A female)
1 x SDI loop out
1 x Lemo (0B/2 core)
1 x Power in
1 x RP5MA antenna
1 x Power switch
Video Input FormatsSDI:
3G, HD, SD-SDI (Auto / Manual-Selected):
720p 50 / 59.94 / 60
1080i 50 / 59.94 / 60
1080p 23.98 / 24 / 25 / 29.9 / 30 / 50 / 59.94 / 60

HDMI Type A:
720p 50 / 59.94 / 60
1080i 50/ 59.94/ 60
1080p 23.98 / 24 / 25 / 29.9 / 30 / 50 / 59.94 / 60

259 / 274 / 292 / 296 / 372 / 424 / 425
Video Output FormatSDI input loop out
Color Depth SupportedVideo Processing Color Depth: 8-bit; 10-bit; (4:0:0); (4:2:2); (4:4:4)
Audio Input FormatsSDI embedded 4-channel 24-bit / 48 kHz PCM, DTS-HD, Dolby True HD
Audio Output FormatSDI embedded audio loop out
Signal IndicatorPower: Green
Video: Yellow
Modulation ModeOFDM 16QAM
Transmission Power<21 dBm
Occupied Bandwidth40 MHz
Time CodeEvery 10 sec
Power Supply6.5 to 16.8 VDC
Power Consumption<6.5 W
ComplianceFCC, CE, RoHS
Temperature RangeOperating: 5 to 140°F (-15 to 60°C)
Storage: -40 to 176°F (-40 to 80°C)
Dimensions4.3 x 2.4 x 0.9" (108 x 60 x 23 mm)
Weight12.7 oz (360 g)
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