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BroaMan gets back on Route 66

BroaMan gets back on Route 66

BroaMan gets back on Route 66

The new Route66 has been designed for standard smart fibre patchbay applications

Broadcast systems manufacturer BroaMan has launched a standard version of its Route66 configurable router series for customised video/audio designs. The latest fifth version is targeted for simpler, cost-effective standard cable management usage, specifically for the AV market and AV-friendly data centres and server rooms.

The new 2U design makes Route66 applicable to standard smart fibre patchbay applications. This smart patchbay allows routing of fibre/copper cables by software instead of a manual patch, enabling automated IP workflows and remote cable management. It also allows fibre/copper conversion without external devices.

The Route66 platform provides single channel, non-blocking 40x40 router ports, while the new standard version of Route66 offers 40 SFP+ slots for 40 hot-swappable bidirectional SFPs with each slot providing up to 4Gb performance. It is ideal for a vast combination of signals, such as Ethernet, fibre, up to 4K SDI, HDMI, Optocore and MADI. A wide range of fibre transceivers is also available.

The Route66 family offers built-in redundant power supplies and claims to have a low power consumption of 10–40W, reportedly making the system more energy-efficient than other models that depend on external 120W PSUs. The models are also designed with an upgraded passive cooling system to replace noisy fans.

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