Making its debut at ISE is the TDM750, a rack-mounted solution for the transport of HD-SDI and 100BaseT Ethernet signals from Bluebell Opticom, which creates fibre optic links for the broadcast, telecommunications and professional AV industries.
Requiring only two fibres with an option for single-fibre operation, the TDM750 is perfect for smaller robotic/POV camera systems that require only a single video path and bidirectional data via Ethernet. The unit can be used in concert halls, broadcast and security applications.
Also being showcased are the BC and BN Series that allow customers to choose the signals they need in convenient, robust, throw-down packaging that can be ordered in multi-mode, single-mode and CWDM variations.
The BC323 converts two independent 3G-SDI, HD-SDI, SD-SDI, or ASI signals onto fibre. Each signal is then received, auto-sensed, equalised, and re-clocked prior to conversion back into an electrical signal. This product is ideal for the point-to-point transfer of high bandwidth signals over fibre, Bluebell Opticom.
TheBC550, also on show, is similar to the BC323 but also includes a reverse path for audio or control data on a second fibre. The BC550 is said to be perfect for adding cost effective fibre I/O to compact remote robotic camera systems.
Meanwhile, the BN623 features two bidirectional analogue audio signals, plus control data and GPIs, over two fibres. The BN623 is well suited for linking audio intercom panels remotely over fibre and is a perfect complement to the BC323 and BC550 modules, says Bluebell Opticom.