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SMATV 2014 Blusens Networks Catalogue

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SMATV 2014 Blusens Networks Catalogue

  1. 1. 2014 Product Catalogue SMATV www.blusensnetworks.com
  2. 2. The companyThe company 32 www.blusensnetworks.com Blusens started its commercial activity in 2002 with a firm and determined step in a field traditionally controlled by multinational brands. The targets at that moment were ambitious but they were perfectly reflected in the 2002-2005 Strategy Plan. The Plan was thoroughly designed for us to be different and innovative, to grow at an unforeseen pace and provide the consumer electronics sector, so in need of a change, with new blood. We have created a quality brand from scratch, from the Spanish region of Galicia and for everybody, a quality brand guided by its excellence on every single operative aspect with the objective of being the best at what we do. Blusens has far exceeded these Plan objectives by becoming the MP3 sales leading manufacturer within the Spanish market in a time span of only four years, achieving up to 300% annual exponential growths and showing no hints of decrease. Blusens, with its range of products, can be found in more than 6,000 points of sale comprehended in the largest distribution chains in the country and it is now starting an unprecedented internationalization stage. Our distinguishing features -constant innovation, good value for money, guaranteed profitability, creative marketing and after-sales service- have been exceptionally received by our customers. Blusens compromise to continuously improve the product quality and the customer service is mirrored in the creation of our own Support Centre located in Santiago de Compostela, Spain, with a Call Centre where all the customers’ calls are directly received and dealt with in order to provide a better and faster response to Blusens product users. INNOVATION: R&D Constant innovation is one of the pillars of Blusens’ success. That is the reason why we have increased the investments in Research, Development and Innovation up to exceed 10% of the estimated annual turnover. These investments have culminated in the creation of our own research team made up by over 35 people. Such a commitment with innovation has fostered the creation of groundbreaking new products such us the G01, the first European GPS navigator that uses pictometry, the web:tv, a powerful internetTV server and home entertainment controller, the integration of IPTV protocols over power line... These advanced products provide a powerful statement that says that technological breakthroughs can be born, developed and implemented in Spain. Innovation is the aspect that more clearly defines our Marketing strategy. Blusens has always been characterized by a creative and aggressive Marketing, with actions often associated with large conglomerates. Blusens innovative and creative strategies have made a deep impression in the field, revealing the firm as a company always on the look-out for different mediums and strategies with the aim of providing freshness to our Marketing. In line with our young, vibrant and restless image, we are sponsors of Miss Spain Pageant, which has associated our brand with the world of Fashion, we also sponsor the Blusens MotoGP Team, a promising endeavour that supports young and bright new pilots who are already making a dent in their championships, and the Spanish Professional Blusens Basketball Team. Further to these efforts, we have thrown ourselves into the virtual world of social networking with our BlusensTV one2one community, Blusens Music Digital music label and many other initiatives that keep us in the forefront of technology, communication and marketing while closing the gap between the user and the brand. Our next step was the implementation of our young and forward looking mindset on the export markets. Starting in Dubai (2007), we have embarked in a very aggressive globalization campaign under the same motto that made Blusens successful in Spain. That is being young, fresh, reliable, innovative and, most of all, closing the gap between the brand and the user. Today we are present in China (2007), Middle East (2007), Mexico (2008), Uruguay (2008) and Brazil (2012). We continue to strive and develop ever more technological products by launching our new communications line in which we have taken a new step in the horizontal integration by developing HDTV distribution systems via IP and coaxial cable. Having a fare presence in the GCC area our systems are installed in a wide variety of projects and developments. From Luxurious hotels like the Vision Hotel in Abu Dhabi, Diva Hotel in Bahrain, Lamborghini Hotel in Syria, Ramada Hotel in Bahrain, Millenium Hotel in Kuwait, Bayan Palace in Kuwait and the New Terminal of Jeddah Airport in Saudi Arabia to universities like Princess Noura in Saudi Arabia and mega projects like the Reemram project in Dubailand, Dubai. Our commitment to QC and continuous R&D, along with a focused customer service philosophy guarantee the performance and reliability of our systems. Capable now, as we are, of designing and implementing HDTV systems that range from the small single apartment to the most luxurious hotel complex or cable TV operator... We will stretch ever more to become the reference in innovation, technology, marketing and customer service. We can afford to be unique, different. To be Blusens. catalogo_profesional_blusens_SMATV_2014.indd 2-3 04/03/14 12:09
  3. 3. Table of conTenTs 5 www.blusensnetworks.com Aerials 7 · Terrestrial antennas 8 · Satellite Dishes 9 · Satellite Accesories 10 · LNB’s 10 RF Distribution 13 · Compact Head-end 14 · Single Channel Amplification 17 Trunk Amplifiers 21 · Amplifiers 22 IF Distribution 25 · 4 Polarity Multiswitches 26 · 8 Polarity Multiswitches 26 · 12 Polarity Multiswitches 28 · 16 Polarity Multiswitches 29 · IF Amplifiers 30 · Power Supply 31 Cables 33 · Coaxial Cables 34 · DATA Cables 35 Distribution Accessories 37 · Splitters 38 · Taps 39 · Sockets 39 Domestic Line 41 · Domestic Line 42 · GPLC 43 Technical Specifications 45 · International RF Standards 47 · MPEG-2 Profiles and Levels 48 · Glossary of Measurements 48 · Network Technologies 49 · H.264 Profiles and Levels 50 · Wiring 52 · Cable Recommendations 53 catalogo_profesional_blusens_SMATV_2014.indd 4-5 04/03/14 12:09
  4. 4. AerialsAerialsAerials catalogo_profesional_blusens_SMATV_2014.indd 6-7 04/03/14 12:09
  5. 5. aerialsaerials 98 www.blusensnetworks.com TerresTrial anTennas Blusens antennas are made of Aluminum and rust-proof plastic to withstand the harshest weather conditions, wide temperature changes, strong winds and UV radiation. Its poles and mounts are galvanized steel in order to provide resilient and reliable performance over the years. •  BIII and UHF Antennas. •  Analogue and DTT Compatible. •  High front/back relation to avoid interference. •  Balanced gain throughout the band. BAN6002B BAN6021B Model MAX50 AC90 Band UHF UHF Channels 21-69 21-69 Elements 34 - Max Gain (dB) 17,5 18,5 Beam Width 32/38 29/34 Front/Back Ratio 29 32 Polar Adjustment H-V H-V Incline Adjustment Yes - Wind Load 150 Km/h 13,4 kp 15 kp Length (m) 0,99 1,94 BAN.6002B MAX50 c21-69 17,5dB Antenna. F Connector BAN.6021B AC90 c21-69 18,5dB Antenna. F Connector Hardware Specifications may change without prior notice. BAN.6005 FM Circular Antenna •  Enhanced high-band performance for Digital Terrestrial TV. •  All antennas feature F-Connector.H-V polarization mount. •  Specific for small space installations. BAN.6007 UHF Panel Antenna, c21-69 14dB BAN6007 Type Panel Band UHF Channels 21-69 Max Gain (dB) 14 Beam Width 45/26 Front/Back Ratio 28 Polar Adjustment H Wind Load 150 Km/h 10Kp Length (m) 0,8 BAN6005 BAN6004B Elements 1 7 Band FM BIII Max Gain (dB) 1 9 Polar Adjustment H - Wind Load (m2) 0,031 48 N Length (m) 0,57 1,4 In places of low reception, the installer may upgrade the Dipole to a low noise amplifier with high gain. By this upgrade, the installer can also compensate for simultaneous high and low signal on different channels. Offset antennas for Satellite Signal reception ranging from 65cm to 130cm diameter for applications from the DTH to an SMATV installation. The dish is made of steel and painted with a polyester paint to ensure durability of the item and, thus, the reliability of the installation. The range of Low-Noise LNB´s provide very low BER and are designed to perform in temperatures up to 60ºC. saTelliTe Dishes Hardware Specifications may change without prior notice. BAN7003 BAN7006 Mount Metalic Metalic Diameter 100cm 130cm Type Offset Offset Eficiency 65-75% 65-75% Gain (11,2GHz) 39,5dB 41,1dB Gain (12,2GHz) 40,3dB 41,8dB Beam Width <1,8 <1,5 Cross Polarization <-27dB <-27dB Focal ratio 0.64 0.64 LNB Diameter 40 40 Pole briddle 32-60mm 32-80mm Weigth 9,9Kg 15Kg Wind Resistance 150Km/h 150Km/h Wind Load 130Km/h 78Kg 145Kg H-V Tension 100-57Kp 145-82Kp Momentum 97Kp-m 140Kp-m •  High performance on Ku band. •  Wide variety of mounting options to suit every location. •  Low-Noise LNB´s to ensure low BER at the Head-End or Multiswitch level. •  Wide range of Universal LNB´s with up to 8 outputs. •  Galvanized steel support. •  High wind resistance. BAN.7006 Satellite Dish 130 cm BAN.7003 Satellite Dish 100 cm Our range of Dishes and LNB´s can feature a variety of mounting options to suit every location and a wide array of satellite configurations. Please do not hesitate to request for our options on multi-satellite LNB mounts and our different wall mounting options for satellite dishes of different sizes. catalogo_profesional_blusens_SMATV_2014.indd 8-9 04/03/14 12:09
  6. 6. aerialsaerials 1110 www.blusensnetworks.com saTelliTe accesories BAC.7026 Satellite Dish Floor Support 120 cm for 105-130 cm dishes BAC.7029 Satellite Dish Floor Support 60cm for 65-105 cm dishes lnB’s LN.22 LNB Dual The range of Low-Noise LNB´s provide very low BER and are designed to perform in temperatures up to 60ºC. Low-Noise LNB´s to ensure low BER at the Head- End or Multiswitch distribution. Wide range of Universal LNB´s with up to 8 outputs. LN.11 LNB Universal SINGLE Offset Antennas (F=0,2dB) LN.11 LN.22 LN.44 LN.8 LN.41 Type Universal Universal Univ-4 Univ-8 Quatro Users 1 2 4 8 SMATV Antenna type Offset Offset Offset Offset Offset Oscillator 9.75/10.6 9.75/10.6 9.75/10.6 9.75/10.6 9.75/10.6 Noise 0.3 dB 0.3 dB 0.3 dB 0.3 dB 0.3 dB Gain 50dB 50dB 50dB 50dB 50dB V-H Isolation 22dB 22dB 22dB 22dB 22dB Tone 0/22KHz 0/22KHz 0/22KHz 0/22KHz 2 output Switching voltage 13/18V 13/18V 13/18V 13/18V 2 output Est. oscillation (-40+60ºC) <3MHz <3MHz <3MHz <3MHz <3MHz Output level +5dBm +5dBm +5dBm +5dBm +5dBm Consumption 70mA 200mA 240mA 240mA 240mA Mount Diameter 40mm 40mm 40mm 40mm 40mm LN.44 LNB Universal QUAD LN.8 LNB OCTO (8 users) offset (F=0,5dB) LN.41 LNB QUATRO Offset Antennas (F=0,3dB) catalogo_profesional_blusens_SMATV_2014.indd 10-11 04/03/14 12:09
  7. 7. RFDistributionRFDistributionRFDistribution catalogo_profesional_blusens_SMATV_2014.indd 12-13 04/03/14 12:09
  8. 8. rf DisTribuTionrf DisTribuTion 1514 www.blusensnetworks.com compacT heaD-enD •  Head-end modular system to process Satellite, Digital Terrestrial TV and A/V signals. •  Up to 6 DVB-S or DVB-T signals per cabinet with integrated amplifier and remote management capabilities. •  Compatible with available systems for addition or retrofit. •  Varied programming options via RS-232 and RCU. •  Easy and fast to install with only four screws per module. •  PLL modulators for A/V signal on full RF band. •  Useful for remodulation of adjacent channels. •  Easy output channel selector. •  82dB output both in stereo and mono and with VSB. The compact head-end blu:core is a complete digital reception system fully configurable by the user. Programmable via: RCU via IR RS-232 programmer Possibility to use Single Channel Amplifiers, wide- band amplifiers or integrated full-band amplifier. Multiple CI decoding option. A single CAM can avail decoding for up to 6 modules (if CAM allows). Hardware Specifications may change without prior notice. BMS.2660T Stereo Twin modulator BMS.8720 BMS.8722 Transmodulation OFDM - PAL/SECAM OFDM - PAL/SECAM Input frequency 170-862 MHz 170-862 MHz Input Level 35/85 dBuV 35/85 dBuV Decoder MPEG2 MPEG2 Decoding Options FTA/Encrypted (C.I. Module) FTA/Encrypted (C.I. Module) Max. Decrypt/Modules 4/6 modules (depend. on C.A.) 4/6 modules (depend. on C.A.) BW 6/7/8 MHz 6/7/8 MHz AV Output RCA (V) -Jack (L/R) RCA (V) -Jack (L/R) Output modulator VSB-Stereo DSB Mono Output frequency 120 -862 MHz 120 -862 MHz Color standard PAL - SECAM PAL - SECAM Standard B, G, I, D, K, BB, L B, G, I, D, K, BB, L Output Level 90 dBuV (0-20dB) 90 dBuV (0-20dB) Spurious > 60 dB’s (Vo<90dBuV) > 60 dB’s (Vo<90dBuV) 96 Digital Channels Head-End BMS.2660T Input Signal Video-Audio L/R Input Level (Vid./Aud.) 1Vpp Output Modulattion VSB Norms PAL/SECAM Standards BG DK L I BB BG Channels ES/12 E21/69 S3/41 Subportal audio 4,5 5,5 6,5 MHz Modulación audio Stereo Dual/Mono Output Level 82 dBuV Regulation 0/-15 dB Output Loop Power Supply from BAL-1589 Dimension (mm) 75x265x150 •  Ideal for Digital TV signal distribution in compounds, buildings and hotels using existing single cable analogue distribution systems. •  High sensitivity QPSK tuner. •  VSB or DSB modulator with very low spurious signals. •  Up to 82dB output per module. BMS.8710 QPSK-PAL/SECAM BMS.8710 Color standard PAL/SECAM Input Level -25/-65 dBm Bandwidth 36MHz Modulation type VSB-Stereo Loop Loss <1dB LNB Power Supply 13V/18V 22 kHz Programming Display/OSD Output channels C2-C69 Regulation 15dB Output Level 82dBuV Connectors Female F Connector Common Interface 1 slot Dimensions (mm) 75 x 265 x 150 BMS.8720 OFDM Receiver+PAL/SECAM Modulator VSB-VU-Stereo+CI BMS.8721 OFDM Receiver+PAL/SECAM Modulator VSB-VU-Mono+CI BMS.8722 OFDM Receiver+PAL/SECAM Modulator DSB-VU-Mono+CI catalogo_profesional_blusens_SMATV_2014.indd 14-15 04/03/14 12:09
  9. 9. rf DisTribuTionrf DisTribuTion 1716 www.blusensnetworks.com rf DisTribuTion 17 single channel amplificaTion •  Built in high quality and shielded Zamac and with the stringest QC protocols. •  Very High Selectivity. Ultra selective filters that provide a -18/-50dB signal attenuation on channels +1 and +2. •  Very High Gain. Latest generation electronics provide a gain of up to 55dB with the minimum cost and consumption. Ideal to match with all sorts of installation and signal levels. •  High output level. •  Easy Setting. Our new BAM6000 features a Mute and Power-off option to allow easy and fast signal balancing as well as troubleshooting. •  Full band amplification including the IF band. BAM.6000S Single Channel Amplifier Single Channel Selectivity Hardware Specifications may change without prior notice. UHF RADIO VHF SINGLE CHANNEL MULTI 66-69 MULTI 65-69 BICHANNEL FM(ICTs) DAB(ICTs) BdS LOW Bd III BdS HIGH HIPERBAND BAM6021-69 BAM6466 BAM6565 BAM6221-69 BAM6020 BAM6508 BAM6003-10 BAM6005-12 BAM6011-20 BAM6021-41 Wide Band (MHz) 8 32 40 16 20,5 37 7 7 7 8 Frequency range (MHz) 470-862 830-862 822-862 470-862 87,5-108 195-232 104-174 174-230 230-300 302-470 Max Gain (dB) 55 57 57 57 35 45 58 50 58 58 Output Level (dBuV) 125A/118D 108 108 111 114 114 2C/4M/50Db 125 123 124 125 Noise Factor <10,5 <10,5 <10,5 <10,5 <9 <9 <9 <9 <9 <9 Gain Regulation 32 32 32 32 35 35 35 35 35 35 Rejection bt Channels 18/50(+-1/2C) 22(pV/C65) 22(pV/C64) 14(+-1C) 30-77/120MHz 20(n+-2) 30(n+-2) 30(n+-2) 30(n+-2) 30(n+-2) Flatness (dB) <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <1 <1 <1 <1 Consume 24Vdc(mA) 90 90 90 70 65 90 90 65 90 90 Max. Pre-amp feed 24Vdc(mA) 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 BAL.1589 Power Supply RF line BAL.1589 Consumption (mA) 5V: 8500 12V: 3000 24V: 1000 30V: 100 Power supply (VAC) 95-230VAC / 50Hz Output voltage (VDC) 5/12/24/30 Capacity 6 modules BMS.8710 6 modules BMS.2660-T Dimensions (mm) 75x265x150 BC-1695 Head End Programmer BC-1695 Features Protocol I2C Display 20x4 characters Connectors DB-9 Male, RJ45 Memory Card SD (FAT 16 format), Max. capacity: 2 GB Software actualization Upgradeable through SD & RS-232 Feeding 12-14V Consumption (mA) 20 BMS.8750 OFDM Receiver+PAL/SECAM Modulator VSB-VU-Stereo+CI BMS.8751 OFDM Receiver+PAL/SECAM Modulator VSB-VU-Mono+CI •  Ideal for Digital TV signal distribution in compounds, buildings and hotels using existing single cable analogue distribution Systems. •  High sensitivity COFDM tuner. •  VSB or DSB modulator with very low spurious signals. •  Up to 90dB output per module. •  Special models with “only modulator” BMS.8750 Color standard PAL/SECAM AV Input RCA (V) -Jack (L/R) Output modulator VSB-Stereo Output frequency 120 -862 MHz Standard B, G, I, D, K, BB, L Output Level 90 dBuV (0-20dB) Spurious > 60 dB’s (Vo<90dBuV) catalogo_profesional_blusens_SMATV_2014.indd 16-17 04/03/14 12:09
  10. 10. rf DisTribuTionrf DisTribuTion 1918 www.blusensnetworks.com ACCESSORIES Programmer BC.1695 H/E Programmer Common Interface BC.8675 Cable Stream DC8 BRS.7100 PCMCIA Irdeto basic (1 service) BRS.7101 PCMCIA Criptoworks basic (1 service) BRS.7102 PCMCIA Conax basic (1 service) BRS.7103 PCMCIA Viaccess 3.0 basic (1 service) BRS.7110 PCMCIA Irdeto PRO (n services) BRS.7111 PCMCIA Criptoworks PRO (n services) BRS.7112 PCMCIA Conax PRO (n services) BRS.7113 PCMCIA Viaccess 3.0 PRO (n services) Connectors BC.2689 Bridge Connector (F) BC.2688 Input Bridge QPSK BC.2687 Input Bridge COFDM BMP.0561 Connector IEC Power Supply and Accesories BC.8602 Head-end PSU BC.8601 19” Rack Adapter for H. E. Cabinet Modulator Accesories BAL.1589 Power Supply RF Line BAL.6020 Power Supply 24 Vdc 2.1 A (50W) BAL.1579 Power supply unit BAM5100 (15V / 1A - 230Vac) BAL.1569 Power supply unit DigiMATV (15V / 1A - 230Vac) BAL.1568P Power supply unit plug-in (15V / 400mA - 230Vac) BAL.1569P Power supply unit plug-in (15V /1A - 230Vac) BAC.1520 DIN Rail BAC.1520B DIN Rail 250mm BAC.1521 DIN Rail Reinforced 500mm BAC.1522 Rack Frame BMS.2689 Bridge Connector (F) BMS.2699 DC/DC Bridge BMS.2684 DC/DC Bridge (4pins-4pins) BMS.2685 DC/DC Bridge (4pins-minibanana-plug) BMS.2686 DC/DC Bridge (4pins-jack) BVR.1650 RF Bridge DigiMATV (40mm) BVR.1651 DC Bridge DigiMATV (35mm) BAC.1523 Ground Lead BAC.1528 Clamp Adapter BVR.7500 F Connector. Cable CA7400R (6,60mm) BVR.7514 F Connector Coaxial Cable (6,5 - 5,8mm) BVR.7545 Fast F ConnectorCable CA7400R (6,60mm) BVR.7523 F Connector Cable RG11 BVR.7520 F Connector (7mm) BVR.7521 F Connector with Gascket (7mm) BVR.7522 F Connector with Gascket (7mm) BMP.0561 Antenna elbow Connector (male) BMP.0563 Antenna elbow Connector (female) BMP.0622 Connector Antenna 9,5mm (male) BMP.0623 Connector Antenna 9,5mm (female) BVR.7515 Watertight F Connector Cover BVR.7832 Terminal load 75 Ohm, Isolated BVR.7543 Terminal load BVR.7511 F (female ) - F (female) Adapter BVR.7516 F (male ) - F (male) Adapter BVR.7540 F (female ) - F (male) Elbow Adapter BVR.7544 F (female ) - F (male) Fast Adapter BVR.7513 Triple Adapter (female) BVR.7518 IEC (female ) - F (female) Adapter BVR.7541 IEC (female ) - F (male) Adapter BVR.7519 IEC (male ) - F (female) Adapter BVR.7542 IEC (male ) - F (male) Adapter BVR.7509 BCN (male ) - F (female) Adapter catalogo_profesional_blusens_SMATV_2014.indd 18-19 04/03/14 12:09
  11. 11. TrunkAmplifiersTrunkAmplifiersTrunkAmplifiers catalogo_profesional_blusens_SMATV_2014.indd 20-21 04/03/14 12:09
  12. 12. Trunk amplifiersTrunk amplifiers 2322 www.blusensnetworks.com amplifiers •  Compact amplification stations for Head-end and Distribution applications. •  High Gain and High Output with minimal distortion and noise. •  Independent amplification for FM, VHF and UHF. •  Variety of inputs with independent gain controls. •  Slope control on IF band. MA.1125 Wide Band Central V/UHF, 25/33 dB, 117 dBuV MA.1140 Wide Band Central V/UHF, 33/40 dB, 117 dBuV MA.1150 Wide Band Central V/UHF, 40/50 dB, 122 dBuV Hardware Specifications may change without prior notice. Broad Band Split band IF MA1125 MA1140 MA1150 MA4140 MA4150 MAF1140 Inputs Number 1 1 1 4 4 1 Adjustable bands FM-I-III-U FM-I-III-U FM-I-III-U FM-I-III-U FM-I-III-U-U SAT Sep. Amplification FM-I/III-U FM-I/III-U FM-I/III-U FM-I/III-U FM-I/III-U - Gain-FM/I/III/U band (dB) 33/25/25/25 33/40/40/40 33/40/40/54 33/40/40/40 33/40/50/50 40 Gain Regulation 0/-20 dB 0/-20 dB 0/-20 dB 0/-20 dB 0/-20 dB 0/-15 dB Out Level (dBuV-DIN45004B) 115/V-117/U 115/V-117/U 116/V-122/U 115/V-117/U 116/V-122/U 122 Noise Factor (V-U) 7-6 dB 7-6 dB 7-6 dB 7-6 dB 7-6 dB 7-6 dB Out Test -20 dB -20 dB -20 dB -20 dB -20 dB - Mast Amplifier Supply 230Vac 230Vac 230Vac 230Vac 230Vac 230Vac UHF Previous Supply 24V/60mA 24V/60mA - 24V/60mA - - Size (mm) 200x115x40 200x115x40 200x115x40 200x115x40 200x115x40 200x115x40 MA.4140 Wide Band Central V/UHF, 25/33 dB, 117 dBuV MA.4150 Wide Band Central V/UHF, 33/40 dB, 117 dBuV V/UHF Amplifiers MAF.1140 Wide Band Central V/UHF, 40/50 dB, 122 dBuV Wide Band Amplifiers Characteristics BMS8640(DC8) BMS8641(DC8) BMS8631(DC8) BAM1100 MAF1140 BAM1090 BAM1091 BAND RF IF RF RF RF IF IF IF IF IF Max Gain (dB) 38 40 38 48 13 40 40 40 40 40 Min Gain (dB) 18 20 18 28 -6 20 20 20 20 20 Tilt (dB) - 0/18 - - - 0/15 0/15 0/15 0/15 0/15 RF Mix YES YES NO NO YES NO NO Output Level -2ch (dBuV) 110,0 118,0 110,0 122,0 4x122,0 120,0 122,0 120,0 117,0 120,0 Output Level -3ch (dBuV) 107,7 115,7 107,7 119,7 4x119,7 117,7 119,7 117,7 114,7 117,7 Output Level -5ch (dBuV) 105,5 113,5 105,5 117,2 4x117,2 115,5 117,2 115,5 112,5 115,5 Output Level -9ch (dBuV) 103,2 111,2 103,2 115,2 4x115,2 113,2 115,2 113,2 110,2 113,2 Output Level -17ch (dBuV) 101,0 109,0 101,0 113,0 4x113,0 111,0 113,0 111,0 108,0 111,0 Output Level -33ch (dBuV) 98,7 106,7 98,7 110,7 4x110,7 108,7 110,7 108,7 105,7 108,7 Output Level -65ch (dBuV) 96,5 104,5 96,5 108,5 4x108,5 106,5 108,5 106,5 103,5 106,5 IF Satellite Amplifiers MAF.1140IF Satellite Amplifiers MAF.1140 catalogo_profesional_blusens_SMATV_2014.indd 22-23 04/03/14 12:09
  13. 13. IFDistributionIFDistributionIFDistribution catalogo_profesional_blusens_SMATV_2014.indd 24-25 04/03/14 12:09
  14. 14. if DisTribuTionif DisTribuTion 2726 www.blusensnetworks.com 4 polariTy mulTiswiTches •  Compatible with DiSEqC 2.0. •  Low insertion loss. •  Active RF circuit. •  IF Distribution system for Star and Cascade. •  4 IF polarities plus active RF. •  Switching on 13/18V, 0/22KHz and DiSEqC. •  Several output configurations to optimize installation. 8 polariTy mulTiswiTches •  IF Distribution system for Star and Cascade. •  8 IF polarities plus active RF. •  Switching on 13/18V, 0/22KHz and DiSEqC. •  Several output configurations to optimize installation. Hardware Specifications may change without prior notice. SC.258 SC.2512 SC.2516 SC.2524 SC.2532 SS.258 SS.2512 SS.2516 SS.2524 SS.2532 Description Cascade 5x8 Cascade 5x12 Cascade 5x16 Cascade 5x24 Cascade 5x32 Star 5x8 Star 5x12 Star 5x16 Star 5x24 Star 5x32 Freq. Range 5 – 2400 MHz 5 – 2400 MHz 5 – 2400 MHz 5 – 2400 MHz 5 – 2400 MHz 5 – 2400 MHz 5 – 2400 MHz 5 – 2400 MHz 5 – 2400 MHz 5 – 2400 MHz Inputs 4+1 4+1 4+1 4+1 4+1 4+1 4+1 4+1 4+1 4+1 Tap Outputs 8 12 16 24 32 8 12 16 24 32 Tap Loss RF (dB) 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 IF (dB) 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 Through Outputs 4+1 4+1 4+1 4+1 4+1 - - - - - Through Loss RF (dB) 5 5 5 9 9 - - - - - IF (dB) 4 4 4 6 7 - - - - - Max. Input Level (dB) Terr. 92 / SAT. 103 Terr. 85 / SAT. 103 Terr. 83 / SAT. 103 Terr. 83 / SAT. 103 Terr. 83 / SAT. 103 Terr. 85 / SAT. 103 Terr. 85 / SAT. 103 Terr. 85 / SAT. 103 Terr. 85 / SAT. 103 Terr. 85 / SAT. 103 Isolation (dB) 25 28 28 28 28 25 28 28 28 28 Dimensions (mm) 103x 255 x50 103x 355 x50 103x 455 x50 103x 455 x50 103x 455 x50 150 x190 x51 150 x240 x50 150x 240 x50 150x 240x 50 150x 240 x50 Weight (g) 667 750 920 950 950 655 725 885 950 950 8 Star Multiswitch Graphic 8 Cascade Multiswitch Graphic Hardware Specifications may change without prior notice. SC.298 SC.2912 SC.2916 SC.2924 SC.2932 Description Cascade 9x8 Cascade 9x12 Cascade 9x16 Cascade 9x24 Cascade 9x32 Freq. Range 5 – 2400 MHz 5 – 2400 MHz 5 – 2400 MHz 5 – 2400 MHz 5 – 2400 MHz Inputs 8 Sat+1 Terr 8 Sat+1 Terr 8 Sat+1 Terr 8 Sat+1 Terr 8 Sat+1 Terr Tap Outputs 8 12 16 24 32 Tap Loss RF (dB) 7 6 8 0 0 IF (dB) 6 6 6 0 0 Through Outputs 8+1 8+1 8+1 8+1 8+1 Through Loss RF (dB) 5 4 4 6 6 IF (dB) 3 3 3 4 4 Max. Input Level (dB) Terr. 92 / SAT. 103 Terr. 85 / SAT. 100 Terr. 85 / SAT. 103 Terr. 85 / SAT. 100 Terr. 85 / SAT. 103 Isolation (dB) 28 28 28 28 28 Dimensions (mm) 155x 255 x50 210x 255 x50 210x 255 x50 210x 255 x50 210x 255 x50 Weight (g) 760 975 995 1210 1235 SS.298A SS.2912A SS.2916A SS.2924A SS.2932A Description Star 9x8 Star 9x12 Star 9x16 Star 9x24 Star 9x32 Freq. Range 47 – 2400 MHz 47 – 2400 MHz 47 – 2400 MHz 47 – 2400 MHz 47 – 2400 MHz Inputs 8 Sat+1 Terr 8 Sat+1 Terr 8 Sat+1 Terr 8 Sat+1 Terr 8 Sat+1 Terr Tap Outputs 8 12 16 24 32 Tap Loss RF (dB) 0 -3 -1 0 0 IF (dB) 2 4 5 0 0 Through Outputs - - - - - Through Loss RF (dB) - - - - - IF (dB) - - - - - Max. Input Level (dB) Terr. 85 / SAT. 100 Terr. 85 / SAT. 100 Terr. 85 / SAT. 100 Terr. 85 / SAT. 100 Terr. 85 / SAT. 100 Isolation (dB) 25 28 28 30 30 Dimensions (mm) 355x 125 x56 440x 125 x50 536x 255 x50 380 x 180 x 65 380 x 180 x 65 Weight (g) 788 992 1182 1553 1583 catalogo_profesional_blusens_SMATV_2014.indd 26-27 04/03/14 12:09
  15. 15. if DisTribuTionif DisTribuTion 2928 www.blusensnetworks.com •  IF Distribution system for Star and Cascade. •  12 IF polarities plus active RF. •  Switching on 13/18V, 0/22KHz and DiSEqC. •  Several output configurations to optimize installation. 12 polariTy mulTiswiTches 12 Cascade Multiswitch Graphic SC.2138 SC.21312 SC.21316 SC.21324 SC.21332 Description Cascade 13x8 Cascade 13x12 Cascade 13x16 Cascade 13x24 Cascade 13x32 Freq. Range 5 – 2400 MHz 5 – 2400 MHz 5 – 2400 MHz 5 – 2400 MHz 5 – 2400 MHz Inputs 12 Sat+1 Terr+PowerIN 12 Sat+1 Terr+PowerIN 12 Sat+1 Terr+PowerIN 12 Sat+1 Terr+PowerIN 12 Sat+1 Terr+PowerIN Tap Outputs 8 12 16 24 32 Tap Loss RF (dB) 24 27 27 27 27 IF (dB) 0 2 2 2 2 Through Outputs 12+1 12+1 12+1 12+1 12+1 Through Loss RF (dB) 4 4 4 6 7 IF (dB) 3 4 4 6 7 Max. Input Level (dB) Terr. Passive / SAT. 100 Terr. Passive / SAT. 103 Terr. Passive / SAT. 103 Terr. Passive / SAT. 103 Terr. Passive / SAT. 103 Isolation (dB) 28 28 28 28 28 Dimensions (mm) 355x125x30 355x215x30 355x215x30 355x215x30 355x215x30 Weight (g) 840 1300 1320 1750 1800 Hardware Specifications may change without prior notice. 16 polariTy mulTiswiTches Hardware Specifications may change without prior notice. SC.2178A SC.21712A SC.21716A SC.21724A SC.21732A Description Cascade 17x8 Cascade 17x12 Cascade 17x16 Cascade 17x24 Cascade 17x32 Freq. Range 47 – 2400 MHz 5 – 2400 MHz 5 – 2400 MHz 5 – 2400 MHz 5 – 2400 MHz Inputs 16Sat+1Terr +PowerIN 16Sat+1Terr +PowerIN 16Sat+1Terr +PowerIN 16Sat+1Terr +PowerIN 16Sat+1Terr +PowerIN Tap Outputs 8 12 16 24 32 Tap Loss RF (dB) 4 3 4 5 5 IF (dB) 6 5 3 7 7 Through Outputs 16+1 16+1 16+1 16+1 16+1 Through Loss RF (dB) 4 4 5 6 6 IF (dB) 3 6 5 6 6 Max. Input Level (dB) Terr. 85 / SAT. 100 Terr. 85 / SAT. 100 Terr. 85 / SAT. 103 Terr. 85 / SAT. 103 Terr. 85 / SAT. 103 Isolation (dB) 28 28 28 28 28 Dimensions (mm) 465x 131 x81 355x 210x 52 355x 210x 52 355x 210x 52 355x 210x 52 Weight (g) 1274 1377 1412 1750 1800 •  IF Distribution system for Star and Cascade. •  16 IF polarities plus active RF. •  Switching on 13/18V, 0/22KHz and DiSEqC. •  Several output configurations to optimize installation. 17 Cascade Multiswitch Graphic 17 Star Multiswitch Graphic catalogo_profesional_blusens_SMATV_2014.indd 28-29 04/03/14 12:09
  16. 16. if DisTribuTionif DisTribuTion 3130 www.blusensnetworks.com •  Full RF+IF band coverage. •  Launch and cascade amplifiers. •  Strong LNB Powering. •  Balanced output. •  For all multiswitches references. PSU.10 Multiswitch Power Supply SCA.213 13 Way Cascade SMATV Amplifier SCA.217 17 Way Cascade SMATV Amplifier SCA.29 9 Way Cascade SMATV Amplifier SCA.28 8 Way Launch SMATV Amplifier SCA.28 SCA.29 SCA.213 SCA.217 Frequency Range 950~2400MHz 47-2400 MHz 5-2400 MHz 5-2400 MHz Inputs 8 (F connector) 8 sat + 1 terr 12 sat + 1 terr + Power IN 16 sat + 1 terr Outputs 8 (F connector) 9 12 sat + 1 terr 17 Power Consumption 1100mA 400mA Max.700mA Max.700mA Power Supply 180~264VAC,47~63Hz / 15VDC,2A 18VDC(in)RCA jack 15+0,75V 30W. F Connector LNB Power Supply 8×15VDC, Max. 600mA 4x14VDC+4x18VDC Max 15 VDC 1.2A Max 15 VDC 1.2A Dimensions, Weight 25,5x13x5 cm, 759g 25,5x13x5 cm, 759g 35,5x12,5x5,4cm, 890g 35,5x12,5x5,4cm, 785g MHz Typical Standard Terr.47-862 SAT.950-2400 Terr.88-862 SAT.950-2400 Terr.88-862 SAT.950-2400 Gain (dB) 32dB (Fixed Slope:4dB) > 31dB (Slope:2-6dB) 15±2,5 (15...24)±2,5 >14 12...16&15...23 >14 12...16&15...23 Gain Control (dB) 20dB > 18dB 22±3,5 20±3,5 >9 >9 >8 >8 Slope Control (dB) 12dB > 10dB >23 >25 -1...13 4min&8max >8,5 >6 Return Loss (dB) 10dB > 8dB >8 >8 >8 >8 >8 >8 dB Terr.IMA360 SAT.IMA335 Terr.IMA360 SAT.IMA335 Terr.IMA360 SAT.IMA335 Output Level 118dBμV >116dBμV >100dBμV >105dBμV >100dBμV >105dBμV >100dBμV >105dBμV Max. Input Level >85dBμV >90dBμV >85dBμV >90dBμV >85dBμV >90dBμV >85dBμV >90dBμV Hardware Specifications may change without prior notice. power supply if amplifiers SS.2178A SS.21712A SS.21716A SS.21724A SS.21732A Description Star 17x8 Star 17x12 Star 17x16 Star 17x24 Star 17x32 Freq. Range 47 – 2400 MHz 5 – 2400 MHz 5 – 2400 MHz 5 – 2400 MHz 5 – 2400 MHz Inputs 16Sat+1Terr +PowerIN 16Sat+1Terr +PowerIN 16Sat+1Terr +PowerIN 16Sat+1Terr +PowerIN 16Sat+1Terr +PowerIN Tap Outputs 8 12 16 24 32 Tap Loss RF (dB) 4 3 4 5 5 IF (dB) 4 5 3 7 8 Through Outputs - - - - - Through Loss RF (dB) - - - - - IF (dB) - - - - - Max. Input Level (dB) Terr. 85 / SAT. 103 Terr. 85 / SAT. 103 Terr. 85 / SAT. 103 Terr. 85 / SAT. 103 Terr. 85 / SAT. 103 Isolation (dB) 28 28 28 28 28 Dimensions (mm) 355x 130 x30 355x 215 x30 355x 215 x30 355x 215 x30 355x 215 x30 Weight (g) 655 1345 1350 2120 2150 PSU.10 Input Voltage (Vac) 95~250 95~250 Input Frequency Range (Hz) 47~63 47~63 Input Current 1,3 Amax @ 230 Vac 1,3 Amax @ 230 Vac Inrush Current 50 Amax @ 250 Vac for a cold start at 25ºC 50 Amax @ 250 Vac for a cold start at 25ºC Efficiency > 70% @ 230Vac input and output full load > 70% @ 230Vac input and output full load Output Regulation 15V±5% 15V±5% Maximum Output Load (A) 2 2 Ripple and Noise (mVp-p) 150 150 Output Overshoot 10% 10% Turn-on Delay Time (ms) 5000 5000 Minimum Hold up Time (ms) 20 @ 230 Vac 20 @ 230 Vac Transient Response (mVp-p) 800 (75% to 100% of max. load) 800 (75% to 100% of max. load) Operating Temperature (ºC) 0~40 0~40 Included Accessories - Technical Sheet - Coaxial cable with F-male ends - Powering cord Compatible with: •  • SC-1138 / SC-2138 •  • SC-11312 / SC-21312 •  • SC-11316 / SC-21316 •  • SC-1178A / SC-2178A •  • SC-11712A / SC-21712A •  • SC-11716A / SC-21716A catalogo_profesional_blusens_SMATV_2014.indd 30-31 04/03/14 12:10
  17. 17. CablesCablesCables catalogo_profesional_blusens_SMATV_2014.indd 32-33 04/03/14 12:10
  18. 18. cablescables 3534 www.blusensnetworks.com coaxial caBles •  Professional line of Coaxial Cables specially manufactured for IF installations and under the most stringent QC conditions. •  Very low attenuation and rating up to 2400MHz. •  Controlled and tested for long-term operation. •  Wood Reel for faster installations. Hardware Specifications may change without prior notice. •  Full Copper cable. •  Preferred for long distances and trunkings. CB.100 RG-11 Full Copper Cable (IF Rated) 500 m. CB.200 RG-6 Full Copper Cable (IF Rated) 305 m. CB.300 RG-6 Cu-Al (IF Rated) 305 m. •  Full Copper cable. •  Preferred for multiswitch installations. •  Full Copper Core and 75% Aluminium bread-shield cable. •  Preferred for socket connection. •  Cu-Fe Core and 75% Aluminium bread-shield cable. •  Preferred for TV connections. CB.400 RG-6 Cu-Fe (IF Rated) 305 m. CB.401 RG-6 Cu-Fe (IF Rated) 100 m. CB.100 CB.200 CB.300 CB.400 Inner Cond. Ø (mm) 1.63 mm 1.13 mm 1,02 mm 1,01 mm Material Cu Cu Cu-Al Cu-Fe Resist. (Ω /Km) 8,32 17,4 23 115,31 Dielectric Ø (mm) 7,15 4,7 4,6 4,65 Material Polyethylene Polyethylene Polyethylene Polyethylene Braid % Shield 75 75,4 60 58,35 Material Cu Cu Al Al Outer sheath Ø (mm) 10.1 mm 6.7 mm 6.7 mm 6,65 mm Colour Black Black Black Black Material Polyethylene Polyethylene PVC PVC Minimum bending radio (mm) 50 30 30 30 Shielding (dB) >75 >75 >75 >75 Capacity (pF/m) 52+/-3 52+/-3 52+/-3 52+/-3 Impedance (Ω) 75+/-3 75+/-3 75+/-3 75 Meters / reel (m) 500 305 305 305 Attenuations Freq. (MHz) 50 dB/mm 2,55 3,7 5 5,4 200 5,3 7,57 9,5 9,3 500 8,63 12,17 15 13,84 800 11,13 15,57 20,5 18,17 1000 12,59 17,53 23 20,84 1350 14,84 20,58 27 24,27 1750 16,97 23,7 32 28,1 2050 18,11 26,13 35 29,5 Cable Losses CAT.500 UTP CAT5 BC Data Cable. 305m. CAT.501 UTP CAT5E BC Data Cable. 305m. CAT.600 UTP CAT6 BC Data Cable. 305m. CAT.601 UTP Cat6 CCA Data Cable. 305m. CAT.501 CAT.600 CAT.601 Inner Cond. Ø (mm) 0.52 mm 1.13 mm 1,02 mm Material BC BC CCA Resist. (Ω /Km) 95 82 130 Dielectric Ø (mm) 0.92 +/- 0.05 1.03+/- 0.05 1.00+/- 0.05 Material Polyethylene Polyethylene Polyethylene Outer sheath Ø (mm) 5.1 mm 6.5 mm 6.3 mm Colour Grey Grey Grey Material PVC PVC PVC Rip Cord & Cross Bone Rip Cord Rip Cord & Cross Bone Rip Cord & Cross Bone Meters / box (m) 305 305 305 Attenuations Freq. (MHz) 1 dB/mm 3 & 60 3 & 65 2.7 & 66.3 4 4.5 & 53.6 4 & 63 4 & 57.27 10 7.1 & 47,0 6.3 & 56.6 7.76 & 51.3 16 9.1 & 43,6 8 & 53.2 9.9 & 48.24 20 10.2 & 42,0 9 & 51.6 11.12 & 46.78 31.25 12.9 & 38.7 11.4 & 48.4 14.07 & 43.88 62.5 18.6 & 33.6 16.5 & 43.4 20.4 & 39.36 100 24.0 & 30.1 21.3 & 39.9 26.39 & 36.3 200 31.5 & 34.8 38.95 & 31.78 250 36 & 33.1 44.29 & 30.33 Return Loss, dB Freq. (MHz) 1 dB/mm 17 19 19.44 4 17 19 23.01 10 17 19 25 16 17 19 25 20 17 17,5 25 31.25 15.1 16,5 23.55 62.5 12.1 14 21.29 100 10 12 19.76 200 9 17.5 250 8 16.77 Coaxial Cable stripping detail DaTa caBles catalogo_profesional_blusens_SMATV_2014.indd 34-35 04/03/14 12:10
  19. 19. DistributionAccessoriesDistributionAccessoriesDistributionAccessories catalogo_profesional_blusens_SMATV_2014.indd 36-37 04/03/14 12:10
  20. 20. DisTribuTion accessoriesDisTribuTion accessories 3938 www.blusensnetworks.com spliTTers SP.2 2 Way Splitter Single direction DC pass from all outputs: max. 1A, 30V. •  All ports F-(f) connector,75Ω. •  Grounding terminal provided. •  Low insertion loss,high return loss and isolation for CATV, satellite TV & MMDS. •  Two pieces of screws attached. •  Zinc die cast housing, bright in finish and solder shield bottom plate. •  Light weight and compact size. •  Adding plastic holder for the cable to pass through underneath the unit. •  Screening factor: Class A. SP.2 SP.3 SP.4 SP.6 SP.8 Frequency (MHz) 5-2400 5-2400 5-2400 5-2400 5-2400 Outputs number 2 3 4 6 8 Insertion Loss 47 >4,5 >6,0 >8,5 >10,5 >13,2 Insertion Loss 900 >5,1 >7,1 >9,5 >11,5 >13,2 Insertion Loss 2150 >6,0 >8,5 >11,0 >13,0 >15,0 Desacop RF/IF >16 >16 >16 >16 >16 Dimensions 54x61x27 73x61x27 120x74x27 SP.4 4 Way Splitter Single direction DC pass from all outputs: max. 1A, 30V. Hardware Specifications may change without prior notice. TP.110 TP.115 TP.121 TP.210 TP.215 TP.220 TP.225 TP.414 TP.422 TP.425 Bd. frec (MHz) 5-2400 5-2400 5-2400 5-2400 5-2400 5-2400 5-2400 5-2400 5-2400 5-2400 Outputs number 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 4 4 4 Tap Loss 47 >10,5 >14,5 >20,5 12+/-1.5 >15,5 >18,5 >23,5 >14,0 >19,5 >23,0 Tap Loss 900 >10,5 >14,5 >20,0 12+/-1.5 >16,5 >19,5 >24,0 >13,5 >21,5 >23,5 Tap Loss 2150 >10,0 >14,0 >20,0 12+/-2.50 >17,5 >20,0 >27,0 >16,5 >21,0 >25,0 Insertion Loss 47 >2,0 >1,5 >1,0 <2,5 >1,2 >1,2 >1,7 >2,0 >1,2 >1,2 Insertion Loss 900 >2,0 >1,7 >1,5 <3,0 >1,7 >1,5 >2,0 >3,5 >1,5 >1,7 Insertion Loss 2150 >3,0 >3,0 >3,0 <5,0 >3,0 >3,0 >3,0 >4,5 >2,6 >2,6 Desacop RF/FI >20/18 >25/18 >28/22 >23/18 >29/25 >30/26 >30/26 >22/18 >29/25 >30/26 Dimensions 74x50x17 75x56x27 SC-2 SC-3 SC-4 Bands TV-FM TV-FM-IF TV-IF RF Loss 3.5 1.5 9 IF Loss - 2 7 FM Loss 2 2 9 Through Loss - - 4 sockeTs SC.2 End-type double socket complete with face plate and very low loss on every band. SC.2 End-type double socket complete with face plate and very low loss on every band. SC.3 End-type triple socket complete with face plate and very low loss on every band. SC.4 Through-type double socket complete with face plate •  Zinc die cast housing. •  Low-Loss. •  Easy Mount. •  75 Ω (All ports connector) Taps •  Passive range of taps and splitters with low-loss and full band (5-2400MHz) •  High Shielding and flat response within the band. •  DC-Pass available. •  All ports F-(f) connector, 75 Ω. •  Grounding terminal provided. •  Light weight and compact size. •  Two pieces of screws attached. •  Low insertion loss, high return loss and isolation for CATV, satellite TV & MMDS. TP.210 Satellite Tap TP.615 TP.620 TP.625 TP.815 TP.821 TP.826 Bd. frec (MHz) 5-2400 5-2400 5-2400 5-2400 5-2400 5-2400 Outputs number 6 6 6 8 8 8 Tap Loss 47 14,5 19,5 24,5 14,6 19,6 24,6 Tap Loss 900 15,0 20,0 25,0 15,0 20,2 25,1 Tap Loss 2150 15,8 20,8 26,0 15,8 21,0 26,2 Insertion Loss 47 4,0 3,4 3,0 2,5 1,2 1,2 Insertion Loss 900 2,0 1,7 3,2 4,5 4,0 3,7 Insertion Loss 2150 6,0 4,3 4,0 6,5 4,8 4,5 Desacop RF/FI >22 >28 >30 >22 >28 >30 Dimensions 120x60x25 53x60x24 120x60x25 Hardware Specifications may change without prior notice. catalogo_profesional_blusens_SMATV_2014.indd 38-39 04/03/14 12:10
  21. 21. DomesticLineDomesticLineDomesticLine catalogo_profesional_blusens_SMATV_2014.indd 40-41 04/03/14 12:10
  22. 22. DomesTic lineDomesTic line 4342 www.blusensnetworks.com DomesTic line W.10 W.20 Emitter Stereo audio and composite video input Stereo audio and composite video input Infrared (IR) output Infrared (IR) output SMA antenna connector SMA antenna connector Transmission channel selector Transmission channel selector Receiver Stereo audio and composite video output Stereo audio and composite video output Infrared (IR) input Infrared (IR) input SMA antenna connector SMA antenna connector Reception channel selector Reception channel selector Dimensions 75 x 83 x 20 mm, 111 gr 140x113x42 mm, 170 gr Included accessories One AV emitter 2,4 GHz One AV emitter 5,8 GHz One AV receiver One AV receiver Two AC/DC power supply Two AC/DC power supply Two audio/video cables Two audio/video cables IR extender cable and stickers IR extender cable and stickers User´s manual User´s manual W.10 Emitter-Receiver. Audio/Video/Remote Control 2.4Hz. W.05 Transmitter System UHF Transmitting Freq 433.92 ± 0.5 MHz Fundamental Output Level 90 dBμV @ 3 meters Harmonic 2nd -36 dB @ fundamental level ratio Receiver System UHF receiving freq 433.92 ± 0.5 MHz Remote Control Range 8 meters min Angle ± 45º min Transmitting / Receiving range 80 meters min. @ open site Power Adapter Input 200-240V...50/60Hz Output 12V/150mA Operating Temperature 0ºC...60ºC W.05 Emitter-Receiver. Audio/Video/Remote Control Extender Hardware Specifications may change without prior notice. W.20 Emitter-Receiver. Audio/Video/Remote Control, 5.8 GHz Domestic Modulator diagram DM.10 TV Standard PAL B/G RF Type of connector Female - F Type Modulator Output Frequency UHF 470...862 MHz Increaser CH 230...470 MHz VHF 47... 230 MHz RF Output Level (dBμV) 75...85 Audio Sub-carrier (MHz) 4.5, 5.5, 6.0, 6.5 Isolation from modulator to TV (input) 25 min Power Consumption 9V/300ma A/V IN/OUT type of connector RCA Video Input 1 vp-p / 75 Ω Audio Input Recommended 600 Ω & 1 vp-p RF Input to Output DC pass through Yes RF Input Frequency (MHz) 47...862MHz Dimensions (mm) 114 x 75 x 25 Weight (g) 98 AC/DC Adapter Input 230 Vac, 50 Hz Output 9 Vdc, 300 mA DM.10 Domestic Modulator •  Gain Linearity. •  Low running cost permits continuous operation. DA.100 One Way MATV Domestic Amplifier DA.200 Two Way MATV Domestic Amplifier DA.400 Four Way MATV Domestic Amplifier DA.100 DA.200 DA.400 Number of Inputs 1 1 1 Number of Outputs 1 2 4 Power Supply Level (V) 230 +/- 10% 230 +/- 10% 230 +/- 10% Power Consumption (W) 2.6 2.6 2.6 Connectors F-(f) F-(f) F-(f) R.F Shielded Yes Yes Yes Dimensions and Weight 180 x 93 x 46mm, 500 g 180 x 93 x 46mm, 500 g 180 x 93 x 46mm, 500 g VHF UHF VHF UHF VHF UHF Frequency Range (MHz) 40-318 470-862 40-318 470-862 47-318 470-862 Gain (dB) 14 24 14 24 20 28 Flatness Response (dB) +-2 +-2 +-2 +-2 +-2 +-2 Gain Adjust (dB) 16 12 16 12 16 12 Return Loss (dB) >8 >8 >8 Isolation between outputs - >10 >10 Noise Figure (dB) <4.5 <3.5 <4.5 <3.5 <4.5 <3.5 Output Level (dBμV) 101 101 99 99 99 99 GPLC IP over Power Cable PLC Adaptor (Power Line Communication) that allows the creation of a wireless local network through the domestic electrical network. GPLC Standards IEEE 802.3/802.3u/802.3ab HomePlug® AV certificate. Co-exist with HomePlug® 1.0 Encryption Types Supported 128 bits AES encrypted Safe technology that assigns a random code just pushing one button Hardware Interface Type RJ45 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet general electricity Humidity Running: 10 ~ 85% Storage: 5 – 90% (without condensation) Leds Power /Security Ethernet link Powerline link (3 connection states) Link Rate Up to 1000 Mbps Max. Operating Range Up to 300 m in wall electrical wiring Max. Supported Clients Up to 8 devices by station linked in Bridge Mode Dimensions & Weight 95 x 71 x 71 mm. 179 g gplc catalogo_profesional_blusens_SMATV_2014.indd 42-43 04/03/14 12:10
  23. 23. TechnicalSpecificationsTechnicalSpecificationsTechnicalSpecifications catalogo_profesional_blusens_SMATV_2014.indd 44-45 04/03/14 12:10
  24. 24. Technical specsTechnical specs 4746 www.blusensnetworks.com Applied Standards per Country VHF UHF NORMA Algeria B H PAL Argentina N N PAL Australia B H PAL Austria B G PAL Bahrain B G PAL Belgium B H PAL Bulgaria D K SECAM China D K PAL Cyprus B G PAL Croatia B G PAL Czechoslovakia D K SECAM Denmark B G PAL Egypt B G, H SECAM Finland B G PAL France EIL L SECAM Germany B G PAL Gibraltar B H PAL Great Britain I I PAL Greece B G SECAM Holland B G PAL Hong Kong (A)I I PAL Hungary D K SECAM lceland B G PAL India B PAL Indonesia B PAL Iran B G SECAM Iraq B I SECAM Ireland I PAL Israel B G PAL ltaly B G PAL Japan M M NTSC Jordan B G PAL Korea (Rep.) M G NTSC Kuwait B PAL Lebanon B G SECAM Libya B H PAL Luxemburg C L PAL/SECAM Malta B H PAL Malaysia B G PAL Mexico M M NTSC Monaco E L SECAM Morocco B H SECAM Nigeria B G PAL Norway B G PAL Ornan Sultanate B G PAL Pakistan B - PAL Philippines M M NTSC Poland D K SECAM Portugal B G PAL Qatar B - PAL Romania D K PAL Russia D K SECAM Saudi Arabia B G PAL/SECAM Singapore B G PAL Slovenia B G PAL Spain B G PAL Sri Lanka B/H - PAL South Africa I I PAL Sweden B G PAL Switzerland B G PAL Syrian Arab. Rep. B B H SECAM Thailand R PAL Tunisia B G SECAM Turkey B B G PAL U.A.E. G PAL U.S.A. M M NTSC Yemen P.D. R. B - PAL Yugoslavia B G PAL Channels distribution according to CCIR (B Standard +G Europe) Bands Channel Freq. Channel Video Carrier Audio Carrier Bd.I 2 47...54 48,25 53,75 3 54...61 55,25 60,75 4 61...68 62,25 67,75 62,25 67,75 Sub.Band L1 68...75 69,25 74,75 L2 75...82 76,25 81,75 L3 82...89 83,25 88,75 Bd.II FM 88...108 S Low Band S1 104...111 105,25 110,75 S2 111...118 112,25 117,75 S3 118...125 119,25 124,75 S4 125...132 126,25 131,75 S5 132...139 133,25 138,75 S6 139...146 140,25 145,75 S7 146...153 147,25 152,75 S8 153...160 154,25 159,75 S9 160...167 161,25 166,75 S10 167...174 168,25 173,75 B.III 5 174···181 175.25 180.75 6 181···188 182.25 187.75 7 188···195 189.25 194.75 8 195···202 196.25 201.75 9 202···209 203.25 208.75 10 209···216 210.25 215.75 11 216···223 217.25 222.75 12 223···230 224.25 229.75 S High Band S11 230···237 231.25 236.75 S12 237···244 238.25 243.75 S13 244···251 245.25 250.75 S14 251···258 252.25 257.75 S15 258···265 259.25 264.75 S16 265···272 266.25 271.75 S17 272···279 273.25 278.75 S18 279···286 280.25 285.75 S19 286···293 287.25 292.75 S20 193···300 294.25 299.75 Hyper Band S21 302···310 303.25 308.75 S22 310···318 311.25 316.75 S23 318···326 319.25 324.75 S24 326···324 327.25 332.75 S25 334···342 335.25 340.75 S26 342···350 343.25 348.75 S27 350···358 351.25 356.75 S28 358···366 359.25 364.75 S29 366···374 367.25 372.75 S30 374···382 375.25 380.75 S31 382···390 383.25 388.75 S32 390···398 391.25 396.75 S33 398···406 399.25 404.75 S34 406···414 407.25 412.75 S35 414···422 415.25 420.75 S36 422···430 423.25 428.25 S37 430···438 431.25 436.75 S38 438···446 439.25 444.75 IV 21 470···478 471.25 476.75 22 478···486 479.25 484.75 23 486···494 487.25 492.75 24 494···502 495.25 500.75 25 502···510 503.25 508.75 26 510···518 511.25 516.75 27 518···526 519.25 524.75 28 526···534 527.25 532.75 29 534···542 535.25 540.75 30 542···500 543.25 548.75 31 550···558 551.25 556.75 32 558···566 559.25 564.75 33 566···574 567.25 572.75 34 574···582 575.25 580.75 35 582···590 583.25 588.75 36 590···598 591.25 596.75 37 598···606 599.25 604.75 V 38 606···614 607.25 612.75 39 614···622 615.25 620.75 40 622···630 623.25 628.75 41 630···638 631.25 636.75 42 638···646 639.25 644.75 43 646···654 647.25 652.75 44 654···662 655.25 660.75 45 662···670 663.25 668.75 46 670···678 671.25 676.75 47 678···686 679.25 684.75 48 686···694 687.25 692.75 49 694···702 695.25 700.75 50 702···710 703.25 708.75 51 710···718 711.25 716.75 52 718···726 719.25 724.75 53 726···734 727.25 732.75 54 734···742 735.25 740.75 55 742···750 743.25 748.75 56 750···758 751.25 756.75 57 758···766 759.25 764.75 58 766···774 767.25 772.75 59 774···782 775.25 780.75 60 782···790 783.25 788.75 61 790···798 791.25 796.75 62 798···806 799.25 804.75 63 806···814 807.25 812.75 64 814···822 815.25 820.75 65 822···830 823.25 828.75 66 830···838 831.25 836.75 67 838···846 839.25 844.75 68 846···854 847.25 582.75 69 854···862 855.25 860.75 L Standard. FRANCE Bands Channel Freq. Channel Video Carrier Audio Carrier BdIII L05 174,75...182,75 176 182,5 L06 182,75...190,75 184 190,5 L07 190,75...198,75 192 198,5 L08 198,75...206,75 200 206,5 L09 206,75...214,75 208 214,5 L10 214,75...222,75 216 222,5 I Standard. UK - SOUTHAFRICA Bands Channel Freq. Channel Video Carrier Audio Carrier BdIII K4 174...182 175,25 181,75 K5 182...190 183,25 189,75 K6 190...198 191,25 197,75 K7 198...206 199,25 205,75 K8 206...214 207,25 213,75 K9 214...222 215,25 221,75 H Standard. AUSTRALIA Bands Channel Freq. Channel Video Carrier Audio Carrier BdIII H28 526...533 527,25 532,75 H29 533...540 534,25 539,75 H30 540...547 541,25 546,75 H31 547...554 548,25 553,75 H32 554...561 555,25 560,75 H33 561...568 562,25 567,75 H34 568...575 569,25 574,75 H35 575...582 576,25 581,75 H36 582...589 583,25 588,75 H37 589...596 590,25 595,75 H38 596...603 597,25 602,75 BdV H39 603...610 604,25 609,75 H40 610...617 611,25 616,75 H41 617...624 618,25 623,75 H42 624...631 625,25 630,75 H43 631...638 632,25 637,75 H44 638...645 639,25 644,75 H45 645...652 646,25 651,75 H46 652...659 653,25 658,75 H47 659...666 660,25 665,75 H48 666...673 667,25 672,75 H49 673...680 674,25 679,75 H50 680...687 681,25 686,75 H51 687...694 688,25 693,75 H52 694...701 695,25 700,75 H53 701...708 702,25 707,75 H54 708...715 709,25 714,75 H55 715...722 716,25 721,75 H56 722...729 723,25 728,75 H57 729...736 730,25 735,75 H58 736...743 737,25 742,75 H59 743...750 744,25 749,75 H60 750...757 751,25 756,75 H61 757...764 758,25 763,75 H62 764...771 765,25 770,75 H63 771...778 772,25 777,75 H64 778...785 779,25 784,75 H65 785...792 786,25 791,75 H66 792...799 793,25 798,75 H67 799...806 800,25 805,75 H68 806...813 807,25 812,75 H69 813...820 814,25 819,75 B Standard. ITALIA Bands Channel Freq. Channel Video Carrier Audio Carrier Bd.I A 52,5...59,5 53,75 59,25 B 61...68 62,25 67,75 Bd.II C 81...88 82,25 87,75 Bd.III D 174...181 175,25 180,75 E 182,5...189,5 183,75 189,25 F 191...198 192,25 197,75 G 200...207 201,25 206,75 H 209...216 210,25 215,75 H1 216...223 217,25 222,75 H2 223...230 224,25 229,75 D Standard. RUSIA - OIRT Bands Channel Freq. Channel Video Carrier Audio Carrier Bd.I R1 48,5...56,5 49,75 56,25 R2 58...66 59,25 65,75 R3 76...84 77,25 83,75 Bd.II R4 84...92 85,25 91,75 R5 92...100 93,25 99,75 Bd.III R6 174...182 175,25 181,75 R7 182...190 183,25 189,75 R8 190...198 191,25 197,75 R9 198...206 199,25 205,75 R10 206...214 207,25 213,75 R11 214...222 215,25 221,75 I Standard. IRELAND Bands Channel Freq. Channel Video Carrier Audio Carrier BdI A-1 44,5...52,5 45,75 51,75 B-1 52,5...60,5 53,75 59,75 C-1 60,5...68,5 61,75 67,75 D-1 174...182 175,25 181,25 E-1 182...190 183,25 189,25 F-1 190...198 191,25 197,25 G-1 198...206 199,25 205,25 H-1 206...214 207,25 213,25 I-1 214...222 215,25 221,25 Where any form of amplifier is used, it is important to ensure that the tuner, STB, TV, or the amplifier itself, is not driven so hard that intermodulation distortion is significant. An amplifier will usually carry a power rating at which it may operate with a sufficiently low level of distortion to protect analogue services. Unless otherwise stated, this rating applies to two analogue signals of equal level. When more signals are present, the output power of the amplifier must be reduced (“de-rated”). For analogue signals it has been found that de-rating by at least 10log10(N-1) dB, where N is the number of channels (this expression V dBuV dBm 1 120 11 1.5 123.5 14.5 2 126 17 2.5 128 19 3 129.5 20.5 3.5 131 22 4 132 23 4.5 133 24 5 134 25 6 135.5 26 7 137 26.5 8 138 29 9 139 30 10 140 31 uV dBuV dBm 1 0 -109 1.5 3.5 -105.5 2 6 -103 2.5 8.0 -101 3 9.5 -99.5 3.5 11 -98 4 12 -97 4.5 13 -96 5 14 -95 6 15.5 -93.5 7 17 -92 8 18 -91 9 19 -90 10 20 -89 15 23.5 -85.5 20 26 -83 25 28 -81 30 29.5 -79.5 35 31 -78 40 32 -77 45 33 -76 50 34 -75 60 35.5 -73.5 70 37 -72 80 38 -71 90 39 -70 100 40 -69 150 43.5 -65.5 200 46 -63 250 48 -61 300 49.5 -59.5 350 51 -58 400 52 -57 450 53 -56 500 54 -55 600 55.5 -53.5 700 57 -52 800 58 -51 900 59 -50 1000 60 -49 mV dBuV dBm 1 60 -49 1.5 63.5 -45.5 2 66 -43 2.5 68 -41 3 69.5 -39.5 3.5 71 -38 4 72 -37 4.5 73 -36 5 74 -35 6 75.5 -33.5 7 77 -32 8 78 -31 9 79 -30 10 80 -29 15 83.5 -25.5 20 86 -23 25 88 -21 30 89.5 -19.5 35 91 -18 40 92 -17 45 93 -16 50 94 -15 60 95.5 -13.5 70 97 -12 80 98 -11 90 99 -10 100 100 -9 150 103.5 -5.5 200 106 -3 250 108 -1 300 109.5 0.5 350 111 2 400 112 3 450 113 4 500 114 5 600 115.5 6.5 700 117 8 800 118 9 900 119 10 1000 120 11 Conversion table. Levels measured over 75 Ω impedance inTernaTional rf sTanDarDs TV Standards Standard PAL PAL-M PAL-N NTSC SECAM Complete name Phase Alternate Line Phase Alternate Line Phase Alternate Line National Television Standards Committee Sequential Couleur Avec Memoire Number of lines 625 525 625 525 625 Line frequency 15.625 KHz 15.734 KHz 15.625 KHz 15.734 KHz 15.625 KHz Sub-Carrier 4.434 MHz 3.576 MHz 3.582 MHz 3.580 MHz 4.250MHz & 4.406MHz Reduction of max. Output level (derating). Broadband amplifiers Channels 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 16 16 17 32 Reduction (dB) 0 2.5 3 4.5 5 5.5 6 6.5 7 7.5 8 8 8.5 8.5 9 9 12 is evaluated in the table below), will ensure that intermodulation products are sufficiently low that they do not noticeably interfere with the analogue pictures. (Note that in most cases, the level of all the digital signals is sufficiently small compared to the analogue signals that they may be disregarded.) However, the fact that the digital signals are at a low level compared to the analogue means that in some circumstances this de-rating factor might not be sufficient to protect digital signals adequately. It may be necessary to de-rate the amplifier further. Spectrum of a System M television channel with NTSC color. Information extracted from www.wikipedia.org catalogo_profesional_blusens_SMATV_2014.indd 46-47 04/03/14 12:10
  25. 25. Technical specsTechnical specs 4948 www.blusensnetworks.com glossary of measuremenTs ADJACENT CHANNEL REJECTION (dB): The difference between the minimum gain in the channel and the maximum gain (minimum attenuation) in the adjacent channel. The adjacent channel in UHF is C±2 and in VHF is C±1). AGC RANGE (dB): The difference between the maximum and minimum signal that is necessary for a system with AGC to keep a constant output. BAND REJECTION (dB): The difference between the minimum gain in the amplified band and the maximum attenuation in the rejected band. FLATNESS (dB): The difference between the maximum and minimum gain in a certain band or channel. FREQUENCY RESPONSE: The variation in amplitude within a certain band or channel. GAIN (dB): This is the difference between the output power of an amplifier with the characteristic impedance (75 Ω) and the input power.  MAXIMUM OUTPUT LEVEL (dBμV) DAB Amplifier: Intermodulation distance= 50 dB (2 channels 4 MHz) FM Amplifier: UNE 523/79 standard Intermodulation distance= 54 dB IF Amplifier: DIN VDE 0855/12 standard Intermodulation distance= 35 dB PAL broadband amplifiers: DIN45004B standard Intermodulation distance= 60 dB Single channel amplifiers: EN50083-5 standard Intermodulation distance= 54 dB NOISE FIGURE: The ratio of the actual noise power generated at the output of an amplifier to that which would be generated in an ideal resistor. The lower the noise figure, the better the performance. The noise figure is expressed in (dB): NF=10 log F. REJECTION BETWEEN INPUTS/ OUTPUTS (dB): The band attenuation between inputs/outputs. SPURIOUS (dBc): The difference in levels between the channel carrier created by a modulator or conversor and the lower side band or local oscillator. This only applies when there is a broadband channel. THROUGH LOSSES (dB): The attenuation that is undergone by signal in a specific band between the input and output of a device. BER (Bit Error Ratio): Measurement of signal quality after demodulation. It simply indicates what proportion of the received binary digits (bits) are incorrect – 0 received as 1 or vice- versa. BER is ultimately the best measure of digital signal quality since it tells us directly whether a picture can be displayed. In practice, when investigating reception problems, a CSI display is often more useful and MER measurements may be more appropriate, with a direct indication in dB of the ability of a receiver to decode the signal. A satisfactory result in a Digital installation such as DTT or Satellite would be <2 x 10-4 MER (Modulation Error Ratio): is a very similar parameter to C/N and is also a ratio measured in dB. It includes all other signal impairments, not just noise. It can therefore be used to give a more direct indication of decoding margin when, as is often the case, there is co-channel interference as well as noise in the channel. MPEG-2 PROFILES Abbr. Name Picture Coding Types Chroma Format Aspect Ratios Scalable modes SP Simple profile I, P 4:2:0 Square pixels, 4:3, or 16:9 None MP Main profile I, P, B 4:2:0 Square pixels, 4:3, or 16:9 None SNR SNR Scalable profile I, P, B 4:2:0 Square pixels, 4:3, or 16:9 SNR (signal-to-noise ratio) scalable Spatial Spatially Scalable profile I, P, B 4:2:0 Square pixels, 4:3, or 16:9 SNR- or spatial-scalable HP High profile I, P, B 4:2:2 or 4:2:0 Square pixels, 4:3, or 16:9 SNR- or spatial-scalable MPEG-2 LEVELS Abbr. Name Frame rates (Hz) Max horizontal resolution Max vertical resolution Max luminance samples per second (approximately height x width x framerate) Max bit rate in Main profile (Mbit/s) LL Low Level 23.976, 24, 25, 29.97, 30 352 288 3,041,280 4 ML Main Level 23.976, 24, 25, 29.97, 30 720 576 10,368,000, except in High profile, where constraint is 14,475,600 for 4:2:0 and 11,059,200 for 4:2:2 15 H-14 High 1440 23.976, 24, 25, 29.97, 30, 50, 59.94, 60 1440 1152 47,001,600, except that in High profile with 4:2:0, constraint is 62,668,800 60 HL High Level 23.976, 24, 25, 29.97, 30, 50, 59.94, 60 1920 1152 62,668,800, except that in High profile with 4:2:0, constraint is 83,558,400 80 mpeg-2 profiles anD levels Information extracted from www.wikipedia.orgInformation extracted from www.wikipedia.orgInformation extracted from www.wikipedia.org ETHERNET TECHNOLOGIES Technology Transmission Speed Cable Type Maximum Distance Topology 10Base2 10 Mbps Coaxial 185 m Bus (T Connector) 10BaseT 10 Mbps Twisted Pair 100 m Star (Hub or Switch) 10BaseF 10 Mbps Optic Fiber 2000 m Star (Hub or Switch) 100BaseT4 100Mbps Twisted Pair (category 3UTP) 100 m Star. Half Duplex (hub) & Full Duplex (switch) 100BaseTX 100Mbps Twisted Pair (category 5UTP) 100 m Star. Half Duplex (hub) & Full Duplex (switch) 100BaseFX 100Mbps Optic Fiber 2000 m No hubs 1000BaseT 1000Mbps 4 Twisted Pair (category 5e or 6UTP ) 100 m Star. Full Duplex (switch) 1000BaseSX 1000Mbps Optic Fiber (multimode) 550 m Star. Full Duplex (switch) 1000BaseLX 1000Mbps Optic Fiber (monomode) 5000 m Star. Full Duplex (switch) IEEE 802.X STANDARDS Name Description Note IEEE 802.1 Bridging (networking) and Network Management -------------- IEEE 802.2 Logical link control Inactive IEEE 802.3 Ethernet -------------- IEEE 802.4 Token bus Disbanded IEEE 802.5 Defines the MAC layer for a Token Ring Inactive IEEE 802.6 Metropolitan Area Networks Disbanded IEEE 802.7 Broadband LAN using Coaxial Cable Disbanded IEEE 802.8 Fiber Optic TAG Disbanded IEEE 802.9 Integrated Services LAN Disbanded IEEE 802.10 Interoperable LAN Security Disbanded IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n Wireless LAN & Mesh (Wi-Fi certification) -------------- IEEE 802.12 Demand Priority Disbanded IEEE 802.13 -------------- Not used (officially) IEEE 802.14 Cable Modems Disbanded IEEE 802.15 Wireless PAN -------------- IEEE 802.15.1 Bluetooth Certification -------------- IEEE 802.15.4 ZigBee Certification -------------- IEEE 802.16 Broadband Wireless Access (WiMAX certification) -------------- IEEE 802.16e (Mobile) Broadband Wireless Access -------------- IEEE 802.16.1 Local Multipoint Distribution Service -------------- IEEE 802.17 Resilient packet ring -------------- IEEE 802.18 Radio Regulatory TAG -------------- IEEE 802.19 Coexistence TAG -------------- IEEE 802.20 Mobile Broadband Wireless Access -------------- IEEE 802.21 Media Independent Handoff -------------- IEEE 802.22 Wireless Regional Area Network -------------- IEEE 802.23 Broadband ISDN system Experimental neTwork Technologies Information extracted from www.wikipedia.org The IEEE 802 family of standards is maintained by the IEEE 802 LAN/ MAN Standards Committee (LMSC). The most widely used standards are for the Ethernet family, Token Ring, Wireless LAN, Bridging and Virtual Bridged LANs. Common Video Resolutions catalogo_profesional_blusens_SMATV_2014.indd 48-49 04/03/14 12:10
  26. 26. Technical specsTechnical specs 5150 www.blusensnetworks.com H.264 PROFILES Feature CBP BP XP MP HiP Hi10P Hi422P Hi444PP I and P slices Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes B slices No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes SI and SP slices No No Yes No No No No No Flexible macroblock ordering (FMO) No Yes Yes No No No No No Arbitrary slice ordering (ASO) No Yes Yes No No No No No Redundant slices (RS) No Yes Yes No No No No No Data partitioning No No Yes No No No No No Interlaced coding (PicAFF, MBAFF) No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Multiple reference frames Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes In-loop deblocking filter Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes CAVLC entropy coding Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes CABAC entropy coding No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 8×8 vs. 4×4 transform adaptability No No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Quantization scaling matrices No No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Separate Cb and Cr QP control No No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Monochrome (4:0:0) No No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Chroma formats (4:2:x) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0, 2 0, 2, 4 Largest sample depth 8 8 8 8 8 10 10 14 Separate color plane coding No No No No No No No Yes Predictive lossless coding No No No No No No No Yes H.264 PROFILES The standard includes the following sets of capabilities, which are referred to as profiles, targeting specific classes of applications: CONSTRAINED BASELINE PROFILE (CBP) Primarily for low-cost applications this profile is used widely in videoconference and mobile applications. It corresponds to the subset of features that are in common between the Baseline, Main, and High Profiles described below. BASELINE PROFILE (BP) Primarily for low-cost applications that requires additional error robustness, while this profile is used rarely in videoconference and mobile applications, it does add additional error resilience tools to the Constrained Baseline Profile. The importance of this profile is fading after the Constrained Baseline Profile has been defined. MAIN PROFILE (MP) Originally intended as the mainstream consumer profile for broadcast and storage applications, the importance of this profile faded when the High profile was developed for those applications. EXTENDED PROFILE (XP) Intended as the streaming video profile, this profile has relatively high compression capability and some extra tricks for robustness to data losses and server stream switching. HIGH PROFILE (HIP) The primary profile for broadcast and disc storage applications, particularly for high-definition television applications (this is the profile adopted into HD DVD and Blu-ray Disc, for example). HIGH 10 PROFILE (HI10P) Going beyond today’s mainstream consumer product capabilities, this profile builds on top of the High Profile, adding support for up to 10 bits per sample of decoded picture precision. HIGH 4:2:2 PROFILE (HI422P) Primarily targeting professional applications that use interlaced video, this profile builds on top of the High 10 Profile, adding support for the 4:2:2 chroma subsampling format while using up to 10 bits per sample of decoded picture precision. HIGH 4:4:4 PREDICTIVE PROFILE (HI444PP) This profile builds on top of the High 4:2:2 Profile, supporting up to 4:4:4 chroma sampling, up to 14 bits per sample, and additionally supporting efficient lossless region coding and the coding of each picture as three separate color planes. HIGH STEREO PROFILE This profile targets two-view stereoscopic 3D video and combines tools from the High profile with inter-view prediction capabilities of Multiview Video Coding extension. In addition, the standard contains four additional all-Intra profiles, which are defined as simple subsets of other corresponding profiles. These are mostly for professional (e.g., camera and editing system) applications: HIGH 10 INTRA PROFILE The High 10 Profile constrained to all-Intra use. HIGH 4:2:2 INTRA PROFILE The High 4:2:2 Profile constrained to all-Intra use. HIGH 4:4:4 INTRA PROFILE h.264 profiles anD levels Information extracted from www.wikipedia.org H.264 LEVELS Level Max macroblocks Max video bit rate (VCL) (kbit/s) Examples for high resolution @ frame rate (max stored frames)per second per frame BP, XP, MP HiP Hi10P Hi422P, Hi444PP 1 1485 99 64 80 192 256 128×96@30.9 176×144@15.0 1b 1485 99 128 160 384 512 128×96@30.9 176×144@15.0 1.1 3000 396 192 240 576 768 176×144@30.3 320×240@10.0 352×288@7.5 1.2 6000 396 384 480 1152 1536 320×240@20.0 352×288@15.2 1.3 11880 396 768 960 2304 3072 320×240@36.0 352×288@30.0 2 11880 396 2000 2500 6000 8000 320×240@36.0 352×288@30.0 2.1 19800 792 4000 5000 12000 16000 352×480@30.0 352×576@25.0 2.2 20250 1620 4000 5000 12000 16000 352×480@30.7 352×576@25.6 720×480@15.0 720×576@12.5 3 40500 1620 10000 12500 30000 40000 352×480@61.4 352×576@51.1 720×480@30.0 720×576@25.0 3.1 108000 3600 14000 17500 42000 56000 720×480@80.0 720×576@66.7 1280×720@30.0 3.2 216000 5120 20000 25000 60000 80000 1280×720@60.0 1280×1024@42.2 4 245760 8192 20000 25000 60000 80000 1280×720@68.3 1920×1080@30.1 2048×1024@30.0 4.1 245760 8192 50000 62500 150000 200000 1280×720@68.3 1920×1080@30.1 2048×1024@30.0 4.2 522240 8704 50000 62500 150000 200000 1920×1080@64.0 2048×1080@60.0 5 589824 22080 135000 168750 405000 540000 1920×1080@72.3 2048×1024@72.0 2048×1080@67.8 2560×1920@30.7 3680×1536@26.7 5.1 983040 36864 240000 300000 720000 960000 1920×1080@120.5 4096×2048@30.0 4096×2304@26.7 The High 4:4:4 Profile constrained to all-Intra use. CAVLC 4:4:4 INTRA PROFILE The High 4:4:4 Profile constrained to all-Intra use and to CAVLC entropy coding (i.e., not supporting CABAC). As a result of the Scalable Video Coding extension, the standard contains three additional scalable profiles, which are defined as a combination of the H.264/ AVC profile for the base layer (2nd word in scalable profile name) and tools that achieve the scalable extension: SCALABLE BASELINE PROFILE Primarily targeting video conference, mobile, and surveillance applications, this profile builds on top of a constrained version of the H.264/AVC Baseline profile to which the base layer (a subset of the bitstream) must conform. For the scalability tools, a subset of the available tools is enabled. SCALABLE HIGH PROFILE Primarily targeting broadcast and streaming applications, this profile builds on top of the H.264/AVC High Profile to which the base layer must conform. SCALABLE HIGH INTRA PROFILE Primarily targeting production applications, this profile is the Scalable High Profile constrained to all-Intra use. Information extracted from www.wikipedia.org catalogo_profesional_blusens_SMATV_2014.indd 50-51 04/03/14 12:10
  27. 27. Technical specsTechnical specs 5352 www.blusensnetworks.com wiring Ethernet Cable RJ45 Pinout Pin T568A Pair T568B Pair Wire T568A Color T568B Color 1 3 2 tip white/green stripe white/orange stripe 2 3 2 ring green solid orange solid 3 2 3 tip white/orange stripe white/green stripe 4 1 1 ring blue solid blue solid 5 1 1 tip white/blue stripe white/blue stripe 6 2 3 ring orange solid green solid 7 4 4 tip white/brown stripe white/brown stripe 8 4 4 ring brown solid brown solid Information extracted from www.wikipedia.org Horizontal cables should be terminated using the T568A pin/pair assignments, “or, optionally, per [T568B] if necessary to accommodate certain 8-pin cabling systems”. Despite this instruction, many organizations continue to implement T568B for various reasons, chiefly associated with tradition (T568B is equivalent to AT&T 258A). The United States National Communication Systems Federal Telecommunications Recommendations do not recognize T568B. An Ethernet crossover cable is a type of Ethernet cable used to connect computing devices together directly where they would normally be connected via a network switch, hub or router, such as directly connecting two personal computers via their network adapters. Automatic MDI/MDI-X Configuration is specified as an optional feature in the 1000BASE-T standard, meaning that straight-through cables will often work between Gigabit capable interfaces. This feature eliminates the need for crossover cables, making obsolete the uplink/normal ports and manual selector switches found on many older hubs and switches and greatly reducing installation errors. Gigabit Ethernet Crossover RJ45 Pinout Pin Connection 1: T568A Connection 2: T568A Crossed Signal Pair Color Signal Pair Color 1 BI_DA+ 3 white/green stripe BI_DB+ 2 white/orange stripe 2 BI_DA- 3 green solid BI_DB- 2 orange solid 3 BI_DB+ 2 white/orange stripe BI_DA+ 3 white/green stripe 4 BI_DB+ 1 blue solid BI_DD+ 4 white/brown stripe 5 BI_DB- 1 white/blue stripe BI_DD- 4 brown solid 6 BI_DB- 2 orange solid BI_DA- 3 green solid 7 BI_DD+ 4 white/brown stripe BI_DC+ 1 blue solid 8 BI_DD- 4 brown solid BI_DC- 1 white/blue stripe Gigabit Ethernet Crossover RJ45 Pinout Pin Connection 1: T568B Connection 2: T568B Crossed Signal Pair Color Signal Pair Color 1 BI_DB+ 2 white/orange stripe BI_DA+ 3 white/green stripe 2 BI_DB- 2 orange solid BI_DA- 3 green solid 3 BI_DA+ 3 white/green stripe BI_DB+ 2 white/orange stripe 4 BI_DB+ 1 blue solid BI_ DD+ 4 white/brown stripe 5 BI_DB- 1 white/blue stripe BI_DD- 4 brown solid 6 BI_DA- 3 green solid BI_DB- 2 orange solid 7 BI_DD+ 4 white/brown stripe BI_DC+ 1 blue solid 8 BI_DD- 4 brown solid BI_DC- 1 white/blue stripe Information extracted from www.wikipedia.org Use shielded connections Respect bending radius Avoid heavy weights on the cable Avoid heat sources Use appropriate clamps caBle recommenDaTions catalogo_profesional_blusens_SMATV_2014.indd 52-53 04/03/14 12:10
  28. 28. cerTificaTionreferences Table 5554 www.blusensnetworks.com BAC.1520 18 BAC.1520B 18 BAC.1521 18 BAC.1522 18 BAC.1523 18 BAC.1528 18 BAC.7026 10 BAC.7029 10 BAL.1568P 18 BAL.1569 18 BAL.1569P 18 BAL.1579 18 BAL.1589 16 BAL.1589 18 BAL.6020 18 BAM.6000S 17 BAM6003-10 17 BAM6005-12 17 BAM6011-20 17 BAM6020 17 BAM6021-41 17 BAM6021-69 17 BAM6221-69 17 BAM6466 17 BAM6508 17 BAM6565 17 BAN.6002B 8 BAN.6005 8 BAN.6007 8 BAN.6021B 8 BAN.7003 9 BAN.7006 9 BC-1695 16 BC.1695 18 BC.2687 18 BC.2688 18 BC.2689 18 BC.8601 18 BC.8602 18 BC.8675 18 BMP.0561 18 BMP.0561 19 BMP.0563 19 BMP.0622 19 BMP.0623 19 BMS.2660T 14 BMS.2684 18 BMS.2685 18 BMS.2686 18 BMS.2689 18 BMS.2699 18 BMS.8710 15 BMS.8720 15 BMS.8721 15 BMS.8722 15 BMS.8750 16 BMS.8751 16 BRS.7100 18 BRS.7101 18 BRS.7102 18 BRS.7103 18 BRS.7110 18 BRS.7111 18 BRS.7112 18 BRS.7113 18 BVR.1650 18 BVR.1651 18 BVR.7500 19 BVR.7509 19 BVR.7511 19 BVR.7513 19 BVR.7514 19 BVR.7515 19 BVR.7516 19 BVR.7518 19 BVR.7519 19 BVR.7520 19 BVR.7521 19 BVR.7522 19 BVR.7523 19 BVR.7540 19 BVR.7541 19 BVR.7542 19 BVR.7543 19 BVR.7544 19 BVR.7545 19 BVR.7832 19 CAT.500 35 CAT.501 35 CAT.600 35 CAT.601 35 CB.100 34 CB.200 34 CB.300 34 CB.400 34 CB.401 34 DA.100 43 DA.200 43 DA.400 43 DM.10 43 GPLC 43 LN.8 11 LN.11 10 LN.22 10 LN.41 11 LN.44 11 MA.1125 22 MA.1140 22 MA.1150 22 MA.4140 23 MA.4150 23 MAF.1140 23 PSU.10 31 SC.2 39 SC.2 39 SC.3 39 SC.4 39 SC.258 26 SC.298 27 SC.2138 28 SC.2178A 29 SC.2512 26 SC.2516 26 SC.2524 26 SC.2532 26 SC.2912 27 SC.2916 27 SC.2924 27 SC.2932 27 SC.21312 28 SC.21316 28 SC.21324 28 SC.21332 28 SC.21712A 29 SC.21716A 29 SC.21724A 29 SC.21732A 29 SCA.28 30 SCA.29 30 SCA.213 31 SCA.217 31 SP.2 38 SP.2 38 SP.3 38 SP.4 38 SP.4 38 SP.6 38 SP.8 38 SS.258 26 SS.298A 27 SS.2178A 30 SS.2512 26 SS.2516 26 SS.2524 26 SS.2532 26 SS.2912A 27 SS.2916A 27 SS.2924A 27 SS.2932A 27 SS.21712A 30 SS.21716A 30 SS.21724A 30 SS.21732A 30 TP.110 38 TP.115 38 TP.121 38 TP.210 38 TP.210 39 UNE 166002:2006 for R&D Quality TP.215 38 TP.220 38 TP.225 38 TP.414 38 TP.422 38 TP.425 38 TP.615 39 TP.620 39 TP.625 39 TP.815 39 TP.821 39 TP.826 39 W.05 42 W.10 42 W.20 42 catalogo_profesional_blusens_SMATV_2014.indd 54-55 04/03/14 12:10
  29. 29. 2014 Product Catalogue SMATV www.blusensnetworks.com

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