Jigsaw24 Code: X932AAG / Manufacturer Code: TER-CUBE405
The Teradek Cube 405 video decodes IP video from Teradek encoders via Ethernet and outputs HD video via HDMI for use with video switchers and professional monitors. The Cube 405's OLED screen enables... Read more
£1,152.00 inc VAT
The Teradek Cube 405 video decodes IP video from Teradek encoders via Ethernet and outputs HD video via HDMI for use with video switchers and professional monitors. The Cube 405's OLED screen enables the user to rapidly change and review the settings of their unit in addition to providing real-time feedback. No longer are computers or iPads needed for configuration; every feature is a simple click away.
Form Factor: Camera Mountable
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