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NAB 2019: AJA releases new openGear rackframe cards with DashBoard support

AJA Video Systems today released fourteen new openGear compatible rackframe cards featuring support for Ross Video’s DashBoard remote control and monitoring software.

 

Liz Sunter

The new openGear cards combine the capabilities of AJA’s production-proven Mini-Converters with openGear’s high-density architecture and support for DashBoard, enabling industry-standard configuration, monitoring and control in broadcast environments over a PC or local network on Windows, macOS or Linux. 

The new models include re-clocking SDI distribution amplifiers (OG-3GDA-1x9, OG-3GDA-2x4), Single-mode 3G-SDI fiber converters (OG-FiDO-R, OG-FiDO-2R, OG-FiDO-T, OG-FiDO-2T, OG-FiDO-TR, OG-FiDO-2T-X) and Multi-Mode variants, and an SDI audio embedder/disembedder (OG-3G-AMD). These new models of openGear cards complete DashBoard compatibility across AJA’s entire openGear product lineup, while also replacing earlier non-DashBoard models.

“AJA’s new openGear cards reduce complexities for our broadcast customers, offering the same great features of our most-popular original openGear solutions but with easy integrated control, monitoring and configuration via DashBoard,” shared Nick Rashby, President, AJA Video Systems.  

 

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