SA1100 16x1:2 Compact ASI Monitoring Switch

SA1100 16x1:2 Compact ASI Monitoring Switch
SA1100 16x1:2 Compact ASI Monitoring Switch
The SA-1100 16x1:2 ASI Monitoring Switch is well suited for OB vans, studios and sports
arenas, as well as in all distribution and contribution chains. The unit distribute the selected input
to two BNC output's for parallel monitoring by two different devices, for instance one ASI
analyser and one Video Monitor.
The SA1100 family of products is a series of cost effective products covering several types of
Switchers, Routers and Distribution Amplifiers in a Compact 1RU frame. Power consumption and
Heat dissipation is extremely low; hence the SA1100 is delivered with a standard off-the-shelf
universal AC/DC converter.
Control interfaces
The unit is controlled manually by Step-Up/Down buttons at the front of the Switch, or remote by
Ethernet (SNMP/Web/Sandar Protocol) and/or RS232 (option).
As standard the Switch is configured for control by Ethernet, control via RS232 (Sandar Prosan or
3rd Party serial protocol) is available as an option.
Data Rate
Return Loss @ 70MHz
Input/Output Impedance
Nom Output Voltage
Number of In/Out
Output Distribution
Power supply
External power converter
Control interface
Signal connectors
Power connectors
Operating temperature range
270 Mbs, ASI according to ETSI DVB-T standard
0,8 Vp-p +/- 10%
12 VDC , 0.1A
Universal 90-250VAC, 50/60Hz
19” wide, 1RU high, 55 mm deep
1,1 kg
RJ45 (Ethernet), optional 9 pin D-sub (RS232)
75 Ohm BNC
DC Jack 2.5mm
0 degr. - +45 degr. C
90% non condensing
Ordering info
When ordering please refer to the following order numbers:
SA1100 16x1:2 ASI (270Mbs) Monitoring Switch
Control converter RS232 to ESbus
Dual 115/230 VAC power supply
RS232 Serial port
Sandar Telecast AS, Borgeskogen, N-3160 Stokke, NORWAY Tel: +47 33 33 53 20 Fax +47 33 33 53 30
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