EB22LC Software App, ST2022-6 to 3G-SDI Gateway, [Single or Dual] Channel

The ST2022-6 De-encapsulator Gateway converts one or two ST-2022-6 set of flows from the fiber side to two SDI signals at your equipment host connector. The miniature plugin device (SFP+) is installed directly inside your equipment providing a quick and simple migration from SDI to IP by a replacement of the SFP module. Configuration and IP flow routing can be achieved via i2c on the host connector or the module can be controlled via in-band through the network. The Gateway comes with the support of ST2022-7 hitless redundancy.

This generic Software Defined emSFP platform can be configured with different encapsulation formats such as ST2022-1/2 and ST2110. This product can also be configured as a dual channel Encapsulator using a different software option. The emSFP can store up to 4 software options that can be loaded at any time via a simple command.

** Please contact Embrionix_Sales@riedel.net for availability.
** API and user guide available upon request (please contact Embrionix_Sales@riedel.net)

  • Unmatched integration
  • Auto-sensing of SDI to 3G formats
  • Future-proof format agility
  • Low power consumption
  • Up-gradable to ST2022-1/2 and ST2110
  • Up-gradable to a dual Encapsulator
  • Simplified setup and control
  • I2C Control
  • Simple Restful API for third party control system
  • Fast time to market, your product can support IP now
  • Future-proof investment (Software Defined emSFP)
  • Low cost conversion for an easy transition to IP
  • In field, up-gradable
  • EMOPT-1D-2022-6
  • EB22LC Software App, ST2022-6 to 3G-SDI Gateway, Single Channel
  • EMOPT-2D-2022-6
  • EB22LC Software App, ST2022-6 to 3G-SDI Gateway, Dual Channel
  • MN SET
    Configuration Software for Embrionix IP Devices
  • ------ Platform ------
    Software Defined emSFP+ 3G-SDI Gateway, Transceiver, MSA, 10GBase-SR
  • EB22LC2B-SN
    Software Defined emSFP+ 3G-SDI Gateway, Transceiver, Non-MSA, 10GBase-SR


EMOPT-xD-2022-6 Block Diagram