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DRONES, DRONE VIDEO SYSTEMS AND UAVS 807 True collaboration and control Christie Phoenix Christie. Phoenix. has comprehensive tools or one or many users to simultaneously view, listen to and interact with any source of information found in a control room environment, from virtually anywhere through a single, robust system. If you can see it, you can access and control your Audio Video data through Christie Phoenix's simple, modular system architecture. The Christie Phoenix system is made up of hardware nodes that each play a specific role. They can be configured as inputs, outputs and as management nodes. When configured as an input node, they capture and encode content from two sources via DVI inputs. When configured as output nodes, they decode and implement display functionality. By grouping Christie Phoenix nodes together using our intuitive Web-based management software, you can create perfectly synchronized display walls of up to 128 outputs. When configured as a management node, they can be set up to control and monitor the system. In fact, the Christie Phoenix node is so powerful, a single node can perform all these roles simultaneously. Christie Phoenix is easy to install, configure and control. Based on secure, industry-standard H.264 media encoding and decoding, Christie Phoenix nodes can be quickly discovered and configured into a system using the Christie Phoenix controller wizard and web manager. Simply add inputs and outputs as required. You can upgrade and reconfigure the Christie Phoenix system while it remains live, giving you ultimate lexibility, while maintaining critical monitoring activities. Because Christie Phoenix architecture is distributed rather than centralized and concentrated, the system is naturally fault-tolerant. Christie Phoenix Chassis 1U form factor Included rack ears Optional under table mount Optional VESA "sandwich" mount Outputs Dual DVI (digital only): Up to 2560 x 1600 resolution per output Support for bezel compensation Support for display overlap Support for custom resolutions Inputs Dual DL-DVI (digital only) From 640 x 480 to 1920 x 1200 encoded to H.264 Dual 3.5mm stereo audio: Analog stereo audio encoded to AAC-LC Dual mini-USB: HID device emulation for soft KVM control of inputs Network Dual Gigabit Ethernet: 100/1000mbps Ethernet, RJ-45 connectors Control Ethernet Serial RS-232 Support for IGMPv2, IPv4, IPv6, RTSP, RTP/UDP, SRTP/UDP, MPEG2-TS/UDP, HTTP, TCP/IP HTTPS Encryption: TLS 1.2 protocol, 256-bit key, 2048-bit certificate key ONVIF camera discovery, ONVIF PTZ camera control Active Directory - server accessed using secure LDAPS Encoding Two High Definition DVI inputs to L5 H.264 video streams @ 30Hz Two stereo audio streams Support for variable bitrate Decoding 12 High Definition network video streams @ 30Hz Includes borders and labeling Up to 20bps per video stream Direct support for network cameras Transcoding VNC and RDP streams transcoded to H.264 Power Voltage Range 100-240 VAC (auto-ranging power supply) Current 4-2A (max) Power Consumption 220W (max) Dissipation 750 BTU/hr (max) Dimensions Size (WxHxD) 17.40 x 1.74 x 9.5" (442 x 44 x 241mm) Weight 6.5lbs (2.95kg) Reliability MTBF >50,000 hours of major modules MTTR <15 minutes Regulatory CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 60065 UL 60065 IEC 60065 emissions FCC CFR47, Part 15, Subpart B, Class A - unintentional radiators EN55103-1 Class A audio, video, audio-visual equipment emission; EN55103-2 audio video, audio-visual equipment immunity; EN61000-3-2, EN61000-3-3 Directives: (EC) 2011/65/EU (RoHS); 2012/19/EU (WEEE); Regulation (EC) No. 1907/2006 (REACH) Certification marks (check with Christie for latest update): cULus (Canada & US), CE (EU), CCC (China), GoST-R (Russia), KC (Korea), S-Mark (Japan), C-Tick (Australia & New Zealand), Ukraine Manufacturing Location Designed, manufactured and tested by Christie Digital Systems USA, Inc.'s facility in Phoenix, Arizona, USA Warranty Limited 2-year parts and labor

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