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The active box that converts your media to fibre optics and directly connects to the FieldCast cable. For every job there is a converter that brings you exactly what you need. A fibre optic converter simply brings your electromagnetic signal to light, sends it over the fibre optic cable, and at the end of it converts it back to the electromagnetic signal you started with. However, by using multiplexing and demultiplexing techniques you can get way more out of a light path! Different wavelengths of light can be sent over just one fiber optic strand, independently. FieldCast brings these techniques to you, offering systems with up to eight channels of 3G SDI over just one fibre!
The Fieldcast standalone converters convert 2 channels of fiber to SDI (Converter One models), or the other way around (Converter Two models) or in both directions (Converter Three models). All converters are based on 12G SDI chip technology so now you can convert and transport full 4K resolution video, up to 2160p60 (dependent on sfp module installed, not included with the converter). The design of this heavy duty aluminium converter box is revolutionary. It has the sturdy FieldCast fiber optic connector built in, so you can connect straight to the FieldCast main cable and go SDI over long distances.
FieldCast put 1/4inch inserts in top and bottom of the box, so you can mount it easily on pod or rig, or attach a clamp. Two additional 8.2 mm. drillings straight through the enclosure make it extremely easy for you to use cord, rope or tie wrap for fast fixing, or to cascade multiple converters using tubes or rods.
The hybrid versions accept voltages between 9V and 32V, while outputting a stable 12V for feeding external equipment like cameras or cascaded FieldCast converters. You can feed them with special FieldCast Power Box One.
The Mux/Demux One is a multiplexer-demultiplexer pair, capable of transporting 4 channels of 12G SDI over just one fiber optic cable.
The Mux/Demux Two is a multiplexer-demultiplexer pair, capable of transporting 8 channels of 12G SDI over just one fiber optic cable.
The Mux/Demux Three is a multiplexer-demultiplexer pair, capable of transporting 16 channels of 12G SDI over just one fiber optic cable.
When connected, Fiber Base One, the remote system, and Fiber Node One, the local system, are functionally equivalent and can work together. Typically, Fiber Base One will be placed in a control room or OB Van and connects to the switcher, where Fiber Node One will be mounted in a flightcase and connects to a portable multiviewer.
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