IP Changeover Switch
Clean Switching Over IP
Increasing IP circuit reliability
Standalone ASI/TS over IP changeover in a 1U enclosure. Monitors TS-level IP signals in redundant input and instantly switches ports if errors occur, enabling seamless output without disruptions. IP-based changeover for monitoring redundant TSoIP signals from multicast TS-level encoder transmissions and seamlessly switching ports if errors occur. To prevent transmission path error, this changeover further increases the reliability of duplex transmission.
When installed at the far end of a network link, the IPS-6200 seamlessly switches between redundant encoder TSoIP input used in multicast transmissions or the like. This supports completely seamless switching without video or audio disruption.
When a signal error occurs, the IPS-6200 automatically switches to the other line. Manual switching and auto/manual assignment of each line are also possible. For example, the following assignment can be selected: Automatic switching from the current line to the reserve line, and manual switching from the reserve line to the current line.
The delay difference between different lines is absorbed quickly and both phase inputs are automatically aligned to achieve seamless switching that does not disrupt the output. The delay adjustment range is up to 10 seconds.
TS-level error monitoring, already proven reliable in switching, is used for IP signals. Error monitoring goes beyond TR 101 290 guidelines to check for packet loss, null-only, and other critical errors affecting signal quality. Error detection can also be enabled or disabled based on the type of signal. Set the PID error detection threshold as desired, in 1 ms increments. Up to four sets of multi-program signals are supported.
Ethernet interfaces enable a wide range of remote monitoring and control to suit many usage scenarios. The dedicated GUI can be used to make settings and graphically display error monitoring contents via Ethernet. An event log viewer, automatic CSV file generation, and other functions are also provided to facilitate signal management requiring historical condition data. SNMP-based control, configuration, and monitoring is also supported.
Choose ASI or IP for each signal supplied. Enables mixed input, using IN 1 on the IP side and IN 2 on the ASI side, for example. Ideal for redundant ASI/satellite operation.