Fiber Optic Link transmits video, audio, and data.

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Pure Digital Fiberlink® Flex System is offered in 1 and 2 fiber versions for use with singlemode or multimode fiber, and operates at wavelengths of 850, 1310, or 1550 nm. Video channel features 8 MHz bandwidth and is compatible with NTSC, PAL, and SECAM standards. Four independent audio channels may be configured for balanced or unbalanced inputs and outputs. Bi-directional data channels support RS-232/422/485 protocols or may be used to transmit contact closure signals.



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Pure Digital Fiberlink® Flex System



Transmits Video, Audio and Data with Unprecedented Flexibility

The Pure Digital Fiberlink® Flex System is an all new, all digital, custom-configurable fiber optic link designed to support of video, audio, data and contact closure transmission requirements. The unique Flex System can be ordered in a wide range of permutations, with the capability to transmit any or all of the following:

o One channel of video in one or two directions
o Four independent audio channels: four channels in one direction or two in each direction
o Two data/contact closure slots: either two channels bi-directional data, two Channels contact closure or one channel of each

The system is available in one and two fiber versions for use with either single mode or multimode fiber and operates at wavelengths of 850, 1310 or 1550 nanometers.

The video channel of the Pure Digital Fiberlink Flex System features 8 MHz bandwidth and is compatible with NTSC, PAL and SECAM video standards. The four independent audio channels may be configured by the user to have either balanced or unbalanced inputs and outputs. The bi-directional data channels support RS-232/422/485 (2-wire or 4-wire) protocols or may be used to transmit contact closure signals instead.

The Flex System is available in card and box versions. Card units each fill two slots within the model 6000A Card Cage. Systems require either a transmitter and receiver unit or two transceivers for bi-directional systems. Transmitter, receiver, transceiver and power supplies must each be purchased separately. For ordering convenience, interactive Part Number Configuration software for the Flex System can be found on the company's website: commspecial.com/flex/flex_menu.html.

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