The reverse of the AJA KUMO 1616-12G router.
The KUMO 1616-12G router featuring 16x 12G-SDI inputs and 16x 12G-SDI outputs is now shipping priced $2495.
AJA’s SDI router supports high frame rate and “deep color” workflows, at up to 4K and 8K resolutions.
The device mirrors the compact physical form of AJA’s KUMO 1616 router and offers network-based and/or physical control. Multi-port gang-routing supports up to 8K resolutions, and a USB port makes it easy to configure the router IP address via AJA’s free eMini-Setup software. Key feature highlights include:
16x 12G-SDI inputs and 16x outputs for up to 4K/UltraHD support at 60p over a single cable
1RU form factor
Redundant power supply option
Eight salvos per router
Embedded web server for remote control on any standard web browser
USB port to configure the router IP address and simplify initial network configuration
Auto re-clocking SDI rates: 270 Mbps /1.483/1.485/2.967/2.970/5.934/5.940/11.868/11.880 Gbps
Support for AJA KUMO Control Panels (hardware, with direct connect or networked)
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