Exterity AvediaPlayer receivers make TV and video channels available to analogue and digital TVs and AV display devices from a standard IP network (LAN). This eliminates the need for an expensive additional video cabling system, and picture quality is maintained, no matter how many users are added.
AvediaPlayer receivers may be used with both fixed and portable display equipment. An optional high-security mount provides additional protection for device and cabling in applications such as secure accommodations.
As part of an Exterity Building IPTV solution, all AvediaPlayer receivers deliver four primary benefits:Quickly add display equipment anywhere on the LAN without degrading picture qualityCentralised management via web management interface or SNMP network management tools for reduced operating expensesAfford administrators greater control of content access (e.g., by user and group, scheduling) and options (e.g. language, subtitles, etc.)Improve user convenience with iPhone/iPad app control of channel, volume, language and more via organisational WiFiIncrease revenue or enhance training with support for RTSP and HTTP on-demand videoAutomatic channel recognition simplifies installationDVB subtitlingTeletextUser selection of channel language
AvediaPlayer modelsAvediaPlayer r9200: lowest power consumptionAvediaPlayer r9210: additional digital and analogue outputs to extend the life of existing AV equipmentAvediaPlayer r9220: provides support for IP telephone, internet access and other network services for even lower capital and operating costs.
The AvediaPlayer r9200 connects an HD TV to your existing IP network to receive digital TV channels and other video sources. It features a single Ethernet port and an HDMI® output in a compact form factor with the lowest power consumption of all Exterity AvediaPlayer Receivers.
Receives and decodes IPTV streamsBuilt-in user interface or third party middlewareDisplays up to 1080p resolution for excellent image qualityFTP Server allows media provider to upload files to the devicePower over Ethernet (PoE) simplifies installation and saves on the cost of cabling and power pointsSteel enclosure makes this receiver solid and robustReceiver Development Kit (RDK) is available for customisations and tailored applications
Video OutputHDMI (with HDCP): 1080p,1080i, 720p (all at 50Hz or 60Hz), 576p (50Hz), 480p (60Hz)
Audio OutputHDMI: 2 Channel PCM or BitstreamTOS: 2 Channel PCM or Bitstream
Video DecodingMPEG-4 part 10 H.264 (ISO/IEC 14496/10)MPEG-2 (ISO/IEC 13818-2)Resolutions: up to SD, 720p & 1080i @ 50Hz, 59.94Hz or 60Hz, 1080p @ 24Hz
Audio DecodingMPEG-1 Layer II (ISO/IEC 11172-3)AC3/EAC3AAC/HE-AACDownmixes multi channel audio to stereo
StreamingMPEG 2 Transport Stream (ISO/IEC 13818-1)RTPUDPIP multicastIP unicastIGMPv2/v3Video On-Demand: RTSP, HTTP
USB PortCan be used for third party applications, external storage, keyboard, mouse or touch screenUSB Hotplug enables USB devices to be auto-mounted
Channel ManagementAutomatic channel discovery from all Exterity head end equipmentSAP/SDP announcementsChannel access controlXML channel listsStatic channelsHidden channelsPlaylistsChannel redundancyChannel failover to playlist, channel or web page
Infra-red/Control OptionsBuilt in IR receiver3.5mm jack for IR extender or tethered remote controlIR Keyboard and third party remote controls supportedTV control via Serial RS232 or HDMI CEC
Built-in user interfaceChannel selection menuVolume controlAudio Language controlDVB Subtitles (ETSI EN 300 743)Closed Captions (CEA-608 captions embedded in CEA-708 data)TeletextInternationalisation support
ManagementFully integrated with all Exterity management toolsNetwork administration via HTTP web interface, SNMP, Telnet or SSHSerial RS232 Admin PortTerminal Control Interface (TCI)Event logging via Syslog (local and remote)Firmware upgrade via TFTP & Multicast TFTPConfiguration backup/restore via TFTPSecure Mode option to lock down receiver access if required
SystemCPU: ST40-300 450MHzRAM: 256MBFlash: 32MB (for firmware and configuration)OS: Linux 2.6.xx
NetworkLinux IPv4 stackDHCP or Static IP addressingIEEE 802.3u 10/100Mbps MDIX EthernetIEEE 802.3af PD
PowerDC Jack (24V): 6W typical, 9W maximumPOE IEEE 802.3af PD (48V): 6W typical, 9W maximum
ProtocolsIP (RFC791), UDP (RFC768), TCP (RFC793), ARP (RFC826), DNS (RFC1035), DHCP (RFC2131), ICMP (RFC0792), IGMP v3 (RFC 3376), TFTP (RFC1350), Multicast TFTP (RFC2090), HTTP (RFC2616), Telnet (RFC854), Syslog (RFC3164), NTP (RFC1305), SAP (RFC2974), SDP (RFC4566), RTP (RFC3550), RTSP (RFC2362), SNMPv1/v2c (RFC1157/RFC1901)
Physical DimensionsW:140mm x D:95mm x H:35mmWeight: 0.4 kg
EnvironmentOperating temperature: 0 ...+40°C / +32 ... +122°FStorage temperature: -20 ...+70°C / -4 ... +158°FOperating Relative Humidity: 5 — 95% (non-condensing)
RegulatoryCE, UL, CSA, FCC, C-Tick compliant
EMC:EN55022: 2006, 47CFR: 2008 Part 15, Sub Part B (FCC)EN55024: 1998 +A1:2001, A2:2003EN55013: 2001 + A1,A2
Safety:IEC 60950-1:2005 (Ed 2.0)EN 60950-1:2006CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1-07UL 60950-1, 2nd Edition
A wide range of optional accessories are available (seeExterity website for details):TV, desk and secure mounting bracketsIR and wired remote controls and extendersPower supplies for non-POE environments
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