Contemporary Research QIP-SDI 2 IPTV Encoder

  • Product Code: QIP-SDI 2
  • Availability: In Stock
  • $3,795.00



Contemporary Research QIP-SDI 2 IPTV Encoder with dual hardware scalers accept content up to 3G 1080p, shapes digital signage for edge-to-edge presentation, and compensates for non-broadcast and PAL refresh rates. Encoding as MPEG2 or H.264, the QMOD-SDI 2 can output the content as two SPST Multicast or Unicast IPTV streams. Options include dual-language SAP audio, easy front-panel setup and alternate audio and NTSC video inputs. Web setup, monitoring, and firmware updates are available via USB and Ethernet ports. Two-across mounting offers up to four programs per rack space, with the ability to mix models to handle HDMI, SDI, and NTSC video sources.

Sources

Two HD-SDI inputs, 3G Level A 1080p and 1080i/720p 59.94/60 Hz HD-SDI, and SD-SDI 480i widescreen/4:3 video; also accepts embedded 608/708 captioning and AES and AC-3 audio
Two Composite/CC video inputs for encoding, captioning, or EAS use
Two analog Stereo and two SPDIF coax audio inputs

Encoding
Creates up to two high-definition SPST Unicast or IPTV streams, encoded as H.264 or MPEG2
Converts stereo and PCM to stereo AAC or MP12, passes through AC-3
Can create SAP dual-language audio for each program
Accepts 608/708 embedded captioning, decodes Line 21 captioning from composite video inputs
Dual hardware scalers accept up to1080p 3G video, including 60/30 Hz, and PAL formats, and can deliver programs at a scaled or native resolution
Dual-program operation is standard

Operation
Sets up with front-panel buttons and easy to use menus, including inputs, encoding, channel, and RF options.
Onboard Web page for setup and monitoring, also accessible from front-panel USB port - an Ethernet connection is not required
Updates firmware via USB and Ethernet
Fan cooled, with adjustable speed
Saves power and rack space using efficient design
Includes compact switching power supply
Mounts in optional 1RU single (RK1) or dual (RK2EZ) 19” rack kits
Meets RoHS safety and California energy standards