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OTDV-1250 Multimedia/Multiformat Transport Link

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The world’s most versatile and highest quality unidirectional or bidirectional baseband NTSC or PAL B, D, G, H or I video & audio transport link includes selectable low-speed data (RS-232 or RS-422) and auto-negotiating 10/100Mb/s Ethernet.
  • Field interchangeable SFP standard interface allows the unit to instantly be adapted to transport over multimode fiber, single-mode fiber at 1310nm, 1550nm, CWDM, DWDM, or even bidirectionally on a single fiber
  • Composite and S-Video NTSC or PAL video inputs and outputs! The receiver always presents both formats, so format conversion can be done on the fly. For instance, composite video can be put in the transmit end and S-Video can be used at the receive end 
  • 12-Bit Digitized Video yields Broadcast quality video
  • 24-bit Stereo audio offers unexcelled performance
  • Multiple LED indicators and alarms for easy setup and maintenance
  • Unit accepts any DC power supply voltage from +10VDC to +20VDC

Product Description

The Olson OTDV-1250 Video/Stereo Audio, Data and Ethernet Fiber Optic Link provides a very high-quality system for transporting baseband NTSC or PAL video signals, stereo audio signals and bidirectional data with complete EMI immunity via multimode or single-mode optical fiber. The combination of video, stereo quality audio, data for touch screens, pan, tilt & zoom or pure data transport for communications and the addition of autonegotiating 10/100Mb/s Ethernet more

The defining feature of the OTDV-1250 is versatility. While there are numerous fiber optic broadcast transport links available, the addition of user/field-swappable SFP modules allows the unit to be rapidly reconfigured for any conceivable fiber requirement. 

All signals are handled using state-of-the-art digital techniques resulting in no degradation in performance regardless of the fiber type and distance. All signals are digitized to a single serial data stream that easily fits into Gb/s data stream. Extensive use of overhead messaging allows the two units to be aware of problems at the far end.

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