EIGHT SELECTABLE SECURITY DOMAIN ASSIGNMENTS
Scrambling SDI video content for authorized viewing
PESA Secura HTR integrates with our legendary Fusion and Cheetah based digital video distribution systems that carry critical media signals in demanding environments. The Secura HTR features a patent pending method for scrambling the SDI video, protecting the content and only allowing authorized viewing.
Secura HTR Recievers
Secura HTR receivers decode individually secured media flow(s) from the matrix-based router, restoring and de-scrambling corresponding secured media, with a patent pending algorithm, to its native HDMI format according to the authorization that is granted for each given media signal.
Secura HTR Transmitters
Used for matrix-based architectures (SDI /baseband), PESA Secura HTR transmitters convert HDMI sources to SDI baseband signals. Secura HTR connects to the matrix using traditional SDI coax or ﬁber cables, and secures the source media using a proprietary, patent-pending algorithm that alters and protects the SDI transport signal. Once secured, audio and video signals become unusable until it is processed by the corresponding Secura HTR Receiver. Each Secura HTR Transmitter is programmed to the unique classification of the source device and can manage up to eight (8) unique classifications as security domains for isolated transmission through the system. Secura HTR Transmitter also manages multi-domain signals which it transmits to the central matrix while retaining its unique security parameters.
• Each Secura HTR device can be configured as either a transmitter or receiver using Cattrax software.
• Setup, control and monitoring of Secura HTR modules may be performed using PESA’s Secura Control system.
• Modules communicate with Cattrax over an Ethernet network, or a single module may be connected directly to the host PC using a USB connection.
• With Secura HTR users can now easily segregate sensitive audio and video content within large SDI matrix engines.
Patent Pending Scrambling Algorithm
• Secura uses PESA’s patent-pending scrambling format on the SDI signals ensures only authorized users can receive restricted audio and video signals.
Flexible Connections: Coax, Fiber or Both
• Secura HTR supports both coax and fiber configurations.
• Fiber can be either Single Mode or Multi-Mode provided by an optional duplex SFP module.
• Flexibility provides the HTR with a wide range of capabilities for mission-critical redundancy or system-backup requirements.
• Secura HTR transports HDMI media source signals over a secure, encoded, SMPTE compliant HD/3G-SDI transport stream at resolutions up to 1080p/60.
User Proof HDCP Encryption
• If the HDMI input source is HDCP encrypted, SDI encryption is automatically enabled by the Secura TX module and cannot be disabled by the user.
• This encrypted SDI transport signal is non-viewable and requires a corresponding HTR receiver with the same level of authorization.
• The decrypted HDMI signal shall maintain the full HDCP encryption of the original signal.
• Once a module is configured, it is not necessary to maintain connection to the host PC or to the Ethernet network for operation.
Specs & Ordering Info
TX Input Formats and Resolutions
|Common Input Video Formats||480i
|Common Input Graphic Formats||640×480/60
RX Output Formats and Resolutions
|Supported Output Video Formats||480p
|Supported Output Graphic Formats||640×480/60
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