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Scientific Atlanta Galaxy Modular 3U Rack DVB TV/Sat Descramblers P/n V9523101

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Scientific Atlanta Galaxy Modular 3U Rack DVB TV/Sat Descramblers P/n V9523101

Scientific Atlanta Galaxy V9523101

Scientific Atlanta Galaxy DVB Digital Satellite TV Receivers Descramblers V9523101 Cisco

In good condition and Full working condition 

Included
  • 5 x Titan S2 DVC-S2 Receiver modules
  • 1 x Titan II Digital Satellite Receiver
  • 1 x Indus Mk II Decrambler
The Galaxy Sub-Rack is the foundation for achieving flexibility, high QoS and rack space savings.
The Galaxy Sub-Rack Concept is housed in a 3RU unit designed with a common power and communication interface to all inserted Scientific-Atlanta application modules. The big number of different available application modules can be configured to suit all kinds of needs for the operators and broadcaster due to the flexible concept and the ASI interconnections.
Application modules for the Galaxy Sub-Rack physically consist of an interfacing rear-card module and the application front-card module. The rear-connector module holds the connectors but otherwise is kept as simple as possible. All the complexity is on the hot swappable front-card module.

Optional cards see above to see which cards are included Galaxy Rack System with multiple receivers and descramblers:
  • Titan MKII™ Satellite Receiver (QPSK)
  • Atlas MKII™ Terrestrial Receiver (DVB-T)
  • Spectra™ Cable Receiver (QAM)
  • Neon™ Network Adapter (34/45Mbit/s)
  • Axis™ Network Adapter (STM-1/SONET, ATM, PDH)
  • Indus MKII™ DVB Multi-channel descrambler

Manufacturer Part #V9523101
Cost Central Item #11286182
Product DescriptionScientific Atlanta Galaxy Modular Rack System - Modular expansion base - 0 / 12 - 3U - rack-mountable
Device TypeModular expansion base
Enclosure TypeRack-mountable - 3U
Approximate Dimensions (WxDxH)19 in x 13.4 in
Remote Management ProtocolSNMP
FeaturesHot swap module replacement
PowerAC 120/230 V ( 50/60 Hz )

Manufacturer Part #

V9523101

Cost Central Item #

11286182

Product Description

Scientific Atlanta Galaxy Modular Rack System - Modular expansion base - 0 / 12 - 3U - rack-mountable

Device Type

Modular expansion base

Enclosure Type

Rack-mountable - 3U

Approximate Dimensions (WxDxH)

19 in x 13.4 in

Remote Management Protocol

SNMP

Features

Hot swap module replacement

Power

AC 120/230 V ( 50/60 Hz )

 

Extended Specifications

General

Device Type

Modular expansion base

Height (Rack Units)

3U

Installed Modules Qty (Max)

0 ( 12 )

Approximate Width

19 in

Approximate Depth

13.4 in

Processor / Memory / Storage

Hard Drive

None.

Networking

Form Factor

Rack-mountable

Connectivity Technology

Wired

Remote Management Protocol

SNMP

Features

Hot swap module replacement

Expansion / Connectivity

Expansion Slot(s)

12 (total) / 12 (free) x expansion slot

Interfaces

2 x management - 25 pin D-Sub (DB-25) 
1 x management - RS-485 - 9 pin D-Sub (DB-9)

Power

Power Device

Power supply - redundant

Installed Qty

2

Max Supported Qty

2

Voltage Required

AC 120/230 V ( 50/60 Hz )

Power Consumption Operational

120 Watt

Environmental Parameters

Min Operating Temperature

32 °F

Max Operating Temperature

113 °F

 

Min Operating Temperature32 °F
Max Operating Temperature113 °F

 

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