RSS-2B RSS-2B Video & Stereo-Audio +SAP Automatic Redundancy Switch
The RSS-2B station is designed to switch automatically between three (3) Video and Stereo (Left/Right +SAP) Audio input channels, based on video “Sync” & “black” level and audio presence. It independently monitors main and backup TV channels for its automatic switching operation and alarm monitoring and incorporates adjustable Threshold level & delay with built-in Hysteresis, for each signal being monitored.
The RSS-2B automatic switch is designed for Fail-safe operation, to pass the primary video/audio inputs on power loss. During its operation, unselected video inputs are 75-ohm internally terminated.
When both the main and backup input being monitored drop below their respective video Sync/Black threshold level (or L&R audio levels), the RSS-2B switches automatically to the third external video/audio (emergency) input. It switches back automatically upon signal restoration with a built-in adjustable return delay.
Several configurations are offered to address channel received from a digital source such as DSR (Digital Satellite Receiver) or a Fiber transport feed, in which case the sync is always present. The RSS-2B is offered as a versatile switch which monitors L&R audio, video Sync level as well as video Black presence. It can also be supplied with optional Frame-freeze detection in monitoring the video presence.
Additionally, the RSS-2B can be supplied with an extra audio to switch SAP audio feeds.
The RSS-2B switch can be locally forced to either input from the front panel, or remotely by contact closure from the back of the chassis. Tekron communication also offers remote (Network & Dialup) monitoring and switch control capability as with all of its RSS automatic switching products.
Remote monitoring and switch control is possible over Ethernet/IP Networks with alarm capability and/or over a dial-up telephone line with DTMF-tone phone control. The Ethernet/IP port incorporates SNMP compatible firmware and embedded Web-server for Network Monitoring, alarming and switch control, whereas the RS-232/serial port connected to a modem can be used for remote monitoring & control from the SMC6 (Windows) software, and to control the switch by DTMF-tone phone over the same dial-up connection.
The RSS-2B is designed for redundancy of TV channels received at a Headend or a Broadcast transmission site, for community channel program automation, as well as ENG and channel sharing switching applications.
Tekron Communication is dedicated to work with Cable Television and Broadcast system operators to provide new solutions to their changing needs