Miranda Technologies plans to launch the NVISION CR6400 compact router series at NAB next month.
These small yet powerful routers — initially offered in two models, the NVISON CR6464-3GIG and NVISION CR6464-AES — are designed for production studios or edit suites, master control, playout facilities, OB trucks or stadiums that need a compact router that is cool-running and easily serviced.
The range comes with standard features not typically found in similar-sized routers, such as the ability to function independently of an external control system and hot swap serviceability. All key modules are serviceable in the field, including crosspoint, control, input/output cards and fans module.
“Until now there has been a noticeable gap in the broad availability of 64×64 routers,” said Scott Murray, Miranda’s senior vice president of core products. “The NVISION CR6400 series closes that gap by providing a much-needed alternative for those who want routing power and reliability in applications where large routers are too big, too heavy or just plain overkill.”
The NVISION CR6400 routers have an integrated control system which means that external control systems are not required, even when multiple routers or control panels are networked together.
Each component is specified to provide superior, broadcast quality signal performance and the routers’ design enables it adaptable to movement and temperature extremes. Redundant power supplies are available as an optional accessory.