Kramer 6464V5R-XL 64x64 RGBHV Matrix Switcher/Redundant PS/12RU from Sierra Video is for those applications requiring worry-free performance and mission critical reliability. The advanced features and performance set it apart from the competition. These include:
Compact frame size - 10RU smaller than most competitive units (in RGBHV)
Redundant power supplies
Standard front control panel
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Full range of Sierra control hardware and software components, including remote control panels, IP and serial control. Supported by all major third party control systems. For applications requiring companion audio, the wideband routing switcher is compatible with our time-tested line of audio routing switchers. Sierra Video advanced SCP line of programmable control panels manage the routing system along with our MediaNav™ router control software featuring the most intuitive router interface in the industry.
This manual covers only the Sierra Pro Series 64XL routing switcher. These robust routers offer RGB/HV in multiple compact frames. Moreover, these durable frames can be populated from one to five video and sync channels. They have been engineered for high bandwidth with very low crosstalk. Many other features include control via serial ports and optional power redundancy. The Sierra Pro Series 64XL can be configured to support composite, s-video, YC, YUV, RGBHV, analog HD.
Signal cables - Use only the best quality cables to avoid interference, degraded signal quality and elevated noise levels.
Sockets and connectors of the sources and destinations - Use only the highest quality, since "zero ohm" connection resistance is the target. Connectors should also match the required impedance (75 ohm in video) to minimize return loss.
Amplifying circuitry - Must have quality performance when the desired end result is high linearity, low distortion, and low noise.
Distance between sources and destinations - Plays a major role in the final result. For long distances (over 15 meters) between sources and destinations, special measures should be taken to avoid high frequency cable losses. These measures include using higher quality cables and/or adding line cable equalizing amplifiers.
Interference from neighboring electrical appliances - These can have an adverse affect on signal quality. Balanced audio lines are less prone to interference, but unbalanced audio should be installed away from any main power lines, electric motors, transmitters, etc. even when the cables are shielded.
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