Canare OE-501 AES-3id Optical to Electric Converter

BH #CAOE501 • MFR #OE-501
Canare
Canare OE-501 AES-3id Optical to Electric Converter
Key Features
  • Supports AES-3id-1995 & SMPTE 276M
  • Dolby-E Compatible
The Canare OE-501 AES-3id Optical to Electric Converter optically converts AES signals from up to 8 ports (16 audio channels) to allow them to be transmitted over long distances. Further, the converter uses coarse wavelength division multiplexing (CWDM) to allow AES signals from up to 64 ports (128 audio channels) to be transmitted via a single fiber-optic cable.
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$1,719.95

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  • This item is noncancelable and nonreturnable.

Canare OE-501 AES-3id Optical to Electric Converter

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Canare OE-501 Overview

The Canare OE-501 AES-3id Optical to Electric Converter optically converts AES signals from up to 8 ports (16 audio channels) to allow them to be transmitted over long distances. Further, the converter uses coarse wavelength division multiplexing (CWDM) to allow AES signals from up to 64 ports (128 audio channels) to be transmitted via a single fiber-optic cable.

Supports AES-3id-1995 and SMPTE 276M format signals
Asynchronous AES signals are acceptable
Word clocks (30 to 50 KHz) are acceptable
RoHS Compliant

Canare OE-501 Specs

ConversionOptic to electric
LD/PDPIN-PD
Emission-26 dBm
AES In/Out8 x 75 Ω BNC / output
PlatformMaximum Unit: 161UPSC (3), 6PS (1)
ConnectorOptic: 1 x SC-type (single mode)
Number of Slots5
Sampling Rate30 to 50 KHz
Power Requirement5 VDC
Power Consumption2.5 W
ComplianceIEC 60825-1 CLASS 1 LASER, CE, RoHS
Operating Temperature32 to 120°F (0 to 40°C)
Storage Temperature14 to 140°F (-10 to 60°C)
Operating Humidity30 to 85% (no condensation)
Dimension (D x W x H)3 x 3.58 x 1.71" (76.2 x 91 mm x43.4) without connectors
WeightApproximately 6 oz (170 g)
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