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AJA releases two 12G-SDI solutions

AJA releases two 12G-SDI solutions
OG-12GM

AJA releases two 12G-SDI solutions

"As demand for high raster 4K/UltraHD content increases, convenient 12G-SDI solutions are critical to simplifying cabling and transport of high bandwidth content,” said Nick Rashby, president of AJA Video Systems. As a result, the manufacturer has added two 12G-SDI openGear products to its lineup: the OG-12GM and OG-FiDO-TR-12G. Both are designed for use in high-density openGear 2U frames and compatible with Ross DashBoard software for flexible device control and monitoring.

The OG-12GM is an openGear-compatible SDI transport converter that supports single-link 12G-SDI to/from quad-link 3G-SDI, two Sample Interleave (2SI) to/from Square Division (Quadrant) pixel mapping and selectable Distribution Amplifier (1x4). It provides detailed timing analysis for validating alignment of quad-link SDI inputs via a timing analyser that helps to identify possible timing issues for quad-link signals. The converter also features openGear’s high-density architecture and DashBoard support on Windows, macOS or Linux for monitoring and control over a local network or remotely.

OG-FiDO-TR-12G
OG-FiDO-TR-12G

The OG-FiDO-TR-12G is said to offer flexibility and cost-efficiency for 12G-SDI to Fiber conversion and Fiber to 12G-SDI conversion with single-link LC connectivity, enabling long cable runs up to 10km for single mode. It is compatible with all certified openGear products and supports Ross DashBoard software for remote control and monitoring over a PC or local network to help simplify production workflows.

In other news, AJA has introduced Ki Pro Go v3.0 firmware, providing expanded recording options for its multichannel H.264 recorder and player with new network-based recording and support for SMB protocols via GigE network connectivity. V3.0 enables any channel to be recorded directly to network attached storage (NAS) via Ki Pro Go’s integrated GigE port, providing a central storage location for primary or backup recording channels independent of local USB storage. For live event workflows, NAS can be used as secure backup or archival storage, while local USB drives can be handed off to customers following shoots. Multiple Ki Pro Go devices can connect to the same centralised NAS storage to increase system flexibility.



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