Jigsaw24 Code: X559AAG / Manufacturer Code: TER-CUBE355
The Cube 355 is a wireless video decoder that outputs high definition video via HD-SDI for use with video switchers and professional monitors. The 355 decodes IP from Teradek encoders via dual band... Read more
£2,038.80 inc VAT
The Cube 355 is a wireless video decoder that outputs high definition video via HD-SDI for use with video switchers and professional monitors. The 355 decodes IP from Teradek encoders via dual band WiFi and Ethernet and includes many of the same great features of the original Cube decoders such as a compact aluminum chassis and low power requirements.
Cube's new OLED enables users to rapidly change and review the settings of their unit in addition to providing real-time feedback for wireless connectivity. No longer are computers or iPads needed for configuration; every feature is a simple click away
Cube's built in Li-ION battery will give users up to 2 hours of runtime, which allows for seamless battery swapping or quick broadcasts. The battery can also be charged from an AC adapter or even a suitable external battery source such as Anton Bauer. Cube's micro USB port can charge the internal battery.
The new MIMO WiFi dual band (2.4/5.8GHz) greatly improves wireless performance. With this new feature you will achieve a greater range and improved video quality in congested environments.
Form Factor: Camera Mountable
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