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The OC-2B-NRC module is an optical transponder card for video signal formats. This module is typically used when optical signals needs to be converted into CWDM, such as SMPTE-304 camera signals. It has a limited functionality compared to the OC-4B-SDI, but enables a more economical solution in the XFD system.


The module can be controlled from the XFD’s WEB control interface (RCONmini).


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• Available with 18 CWDM wavelengths
• LEDs show input signal presence
• RCONmini WEB & SNMP control interface
• Optical Power Monitoring
• Backplane compatible to OC-4B-SDI
• Support bit rates up to 12Gbit/s

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