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UT400 288R

The UTAH-400 Series 2 routers are designed to provide a single platform for all signal formats including those used in IP networks. Each router is based on a unique hybrid architecture, making it ideal for even the most complex signal management environments. Robust tools for switching and processing signals drive a complete, integrated, and flexible system for the facilities of today and the future.

Utah Scientific has introduced a family of advanced modules that greatly simplifies system design, delivering a wide range of router functionality in a single frame that otherwise would require the addition of external equipment. Modules enable SDI management, IP decoding and multiplexing of SMPTE ST-2022-6/8, synchronizing incoming signals to a common reference, clean-quiet switching on specific outputs, audio shuffling, de-embedding and embedding, AES, MADI, and support for fiber and analog formats. In addition to this configuration flexibility, the UTAH-400 Series 2 offers a common set of I/O cards for any frame size. Modular and hot swappable from the front, the cards reduce physical space requirements and power consumption dramatically for increased efficiency and long-term scalability in your operation.

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288 inputs and 288 outputs

Small 13-RU footprint (including 1RU PSU)

Low 600-watt power consumption

Handles all I/O module options

Redundant power feeds to all modules

Standard redundant power supply frame

AC and DC options

Standard internal monitor matrix

Internal audio submodule available

Crosspoint redundancy available

Digital Video Standards

Compliant with SMPTE 259M-C, SMPTE 292M, SMPTE 425M-A, SMPTE 425-B, SMPTE 310M, DVB-ASI

Digital Video Inputs and Outputs

Formats: Auto-select for simultaneous operations of SD, HD, 3G-SDI, 2K, and DVB-ASI

Connector: Standard card – BNC Hybrid card – HD-BNC and Ethernet port
Inputs: 12 per card
Outputs: 12 per card
Reclocking: Automatic for all standard signal rates including 270Mbps, 1.485Gbps, 2.970Gbps, DVB-ASI. Automatic bypass for non-standard signal rates including 3Mbps-2.970Gbps

Equalization: Automatic 300m at 270Mbps, 150m at 1.485Gbps, 100m at 2.970Gbps with Belden 1694A or equivalent cable
Signal Level: 800mV p-p ±10%
Jitter: Conforms to SMPTE 259-C, 292M, 425-A, 425-B
Return Loss: < -15 dB to 1.5 GHz, -10dB to 3 GHz Output Return Loss

Reference Input

(2) Video A BNC Looping: Analog PAL, NTSC, or tri-level
(2) Video B BNC Looping: Analog PAL, NTSC, or tri-level
(2) AES BNC Looping: AES3-id DARS, AES3-id (required for audio submodule)

Power

90-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz

600 watts max

All supplies are UL-listed and IEC950 approved

Physical

Width: 19” (48.26cm)
Depth: 18.5” (47cm)

13-RU 22.75″ (57.8 cm)

Environmental
Operating temperature 50-104 degrees F (10-40° C)
Relative humidity range: 0-90%, noncondensing

 

10-year limited warranty, 24/7 service support
Specifications are subject to change without notice.

What Our Customers Have To Say About Us

“As a well-known provider of dependable, worry-free routers with the world’s best warranty, Utah Scientific was an easy choice to supply the routers for this value-added solution.”
– Peter Schut, Senior Vice President, Media Infrastructure, EVS
“Based on our ongoing and successful partnership with Utah Scientific, we already have firsthand experience with the company’s engineering excellence, product reliability, and first-rate service and support.”
– Todd Mason, Founder and CEO, BMG (Broadcast Media Group)
“Utah Scientific has outstanding brand recognition in the studio and mobile broadcast markets and a stellar reputation for reliability, longevity, and customer service.”
– Michel Suissa, Managing Director of Professional Solutions, The Studio-B&H
“The new Utah Scientific system has made a huge difference in our production capabilities, allowing us to handle five times the programming output of the old facility.”
– David Finer, Manager, City Channel Pittsburgh

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