FIPS 140-2 | IP | 4K HDMI 2.0 | JPEG
Delivering critical media signals with case-hardened security our customers expect
Secura IP receivers can decode or decrypt individually secured media flow(s) from the Ethernet IP switch using AES256 keys. The Secura IP receiver will restore, or decrypt, corresponding secured media to its native HDMI format according to the authorization that is granted for each given media signal.
In an Ethernet IP environment, Secura A/V over IP transmitters convert HDMI signals to industry-standard IP transport signals, which are then routed using a media-class, enterprise Commercial Off-The-Shelf (COTS) IP switch from Arista. The Source media is secured using FIPS 140-2 AES 256 encryption that can only be accessed by the corresponding Secura IP receiver configured for decryption of the specified IP ﬂow.
TYPICAL A/V OVER IP SYSTEM
Flexible network routing for video and audio
Secura A/V over IP modules are initially configured as paired transmitter/receiver sets, but any module can be configured as a either a transmitter or receiver using Secura control software.
- Secura A/V over IP transmitters encrypt video data from the host for secure, encoded transport over an Ethernet infrastructure.
- Secure video data is received by Secura A/V over IP receiver modules, which decrypts the video data sent via the transmitter module and delivers video output to the destination monitor or workstation.
- Encrypted data is routed between Secura A/V over IP modules through an Arista COTS IP switch or routing device.
- Only a properly configured and identified Secura A/V over IP receiver module can decrypt the IP data stream broadcast by a Secura A/V over IP transmitter.
Secure and reliable audio and video transmission
Video data between the transmitter and receiver is protected with NSA compliant, AES256 encryption, guaranteeing confidentiality of the streamed content.
Analog audio embedding/de-embedding
External analog audio may be embedded to replace original HDMI audio. Audio may also be output over HDMI video or HDMI audio may be de-embedded to a rear panel audio connector.
Power over Ethernet
Secura KVM features Power-Over-Ethernet (PoE+), providing operating power for networking communication over a single Cat_x Ethernet cable. Secura A/V over IP is compliant with PoE+ standard IEEE 802.3at. An external power supply may be added for power redundancy.
Specs & Ordering Info
|AV Connectivity||HDMI 2.0 compliant with HDCP 1.4/2.2|
|Video Format||All resolutions and frame rates up to 4096 x 2160 at 60fps 8-bit, 10-bit and 12-bit, 4:4:4. 4:2:2, and 4:2:0, HDR10 and HLG|
|Max Video Format||4K60 4:4:4|
|Video Codec||JPEG 2000|
|Video Processing||Upscaler/downscaler at receive side|
|Audio||HDMI audio or front panel analog audio via 3.5 mm jack|
|Latency||15 ms end-to-end (encoder + decoder)|
|Security||AES-256 fixed-key encryption|
|Reliability||Forward Error Correction (FEC) and Quality of Service (QoS)|
|Clock Synchronization||Precision Time Protocol (PTP) IEEE 1588-2008, slave/master (not required)|
|AV Transport Protocols||IP(unicast/multicast), UDP, RTP, RTCP, SAP/SDP, SMPTE ST 2110|
|Network Protocols||NMOS, mDNS, IGMP, TCP/IP, ARP|
|Network Based||Web-based configuration manager (GUI) JSON API over WebSocket, Secure Remote System console|
|Audio/Video||HDMI 2.0 Input (Encoder only)|
HDMI 2.0 Output (Decoder only)
3.5 mm jack (TRS) analog audio input (Encoder only) and output (decoder only)
|Communication||1Gb Ethernet RJ45 and 10G Ethernet SFP+|
|Temperature||Operating 0℃ to +55℃|
|Dimensions||200 x 116 x 23 mm|
(7.9 x 4.6 x 0.9 in)
|Power Supply||12V DC- Power Connector|
|Power Over Ethernet||PoE+ (IEEE 802.3at)|
|Power Consumption||15W typical|
|SEC-IP-TX||Secura Endpoint, AVoverIP, TX, Hardware Only|
|SEC-IP-RX||Secura Endpoint, AVoverIP, RX, Hardware Only|
|SEPS-IP-TX||Software for Secura TX Endpoint, AVoIP (No USB), Per Endpoint|
|SEPS-IP-RX||Software for Secura RX Endpoint, AVoIP (No USB), Per Endpoint|