Proizvodi

SPM-series-headends

SPM 2000 series headends

  • The POLYTRON modular headend – versatile, high quality and easy to install
  • Versatile possibilities
  • For the reception of television and radio programmes via a community distribution system, the headend technology with channel processing represents an effective solution.
  • The SPM headend series by Polytron manages a wide variety of input and output formats and meets the diverse requirements for a community system.
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Opis proizvoda

Šasija SPM 2.000 omogućava mesta do deset modula. Sadrži jedinicu kontrole i napajanje. Bazična jedinica takođe dozvoljava kompletnu administraciju glavne stanice preko LAN-a ili interneta. Stoga, upit statusa i programiranje novih ili promenjenih transpondera više ne zahteva proveru na licu mesta. Kontrolni tajmer garantuje neprekidnu aktivnost. PC administrativni alat za glavnu stanicu i nadogradnja upravljačkog softvera su potpuno dostupni. Modularna glavna stanica za male i sisteme srednje veličine veliki broj mogućih korisnika jednostavno programiranje sa računarom ili direktno sa uređaja idealno za kuće, hotele i bolnice. Laka kombinacija nekoliko jedinica za više programa.

Made in Germany

The SPM series is developed and manufactured in Germany. As a result, POLYTRON has full control over quality and delivery time.

Compatibility

New modules can be integrated in existing systems with latest design. Thus, SPM headends adjust the state of the art at lowest possible cost over the years.

Quality

Due to a thoroughly design and the use of high quality components Polytron headends are extremely durable and failsafe.

Energy efficiency

The design optimized for low power consumption causes a low energy consumption and increases in the face of many years continuous operation the profitability of the investment.

Reliability

In the factory in Bad Wildbad all manufactured products are tested 100% and subjected to 24 – or 48-hour endurance.

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