Harris Platinum Router 15RU – 2X Centrio 126×126- USED


-Frame Harris Platinum MX 15Ru (4 power supply)
-Input Modules: 16 PT-HS-IB (8 SDI)
-Output Modules: 16 PT-HSR-OB (8 SDI)
-Control components: PT-RES and 2 CENTRIO

4 x RCP-16×1
2 x RCP 32×1
2 x PANACEA Leitch


The PlatinumTM line of routing switchers combines a highly robust architecture with the flexibility required to future-proof your investment, delivering unsurpassed value for your large-scale routing needs. All Platinum frames provide independent signal paths and crosspoints for audio and video, allowing complete versatility regardless of matrix size. Designed to support high-quality routing of all analog and digital video and audio signals, Platinum seamlessly integrates the capabilities of a discrete audio infrastructure in a fully embedded video plant without the need for a secondary audio frame.

In keeping with a tradition of innovation ─ the hallmark of Platinum routing systems ─ Harris introduced an eight-channel frame sync input card that allows up to eight wild video signals to be synchronized to house reference without the use of external frames or wiring. This optional card also will perform demultiplexing of up to 16 channels of embedded audio in each video stream, which can then be routed independently and discretely.

Created to support 24/7 operation, Platinum routing switchers are well-suited to network, local broadcaster, mobile production, cable, telco, military, government and corporate applications — any environment that requires routing of a large number of audio and video signals.

  • Mixed-signalrouting(SD,HD,3Gb/sandaudio)
    ◦ Upto256x256videoin15RU(upto512x512discretestereo/audio)◦ Upto512x512videoin28RU(upto1024x1024discretestereo/audio)
  • ▪  AllPlatinumframeshaveindependentsignalpathsandcrosspointsforvideoandaudio
  • ▪  Mux/Demuxaudioprocessingsupport◦ Mux/Demux16channelsofaudiopervideostream
    ◦ Fullmonobreakawayaudioroutingsupport
    ◦ Seamlessintegrationbetweendemultiplexedanddiscreteaudio ◦ Multiplex16channelsofaudiointoeachvideooutput
  • ▪  Optionaleight-channelframesyncinputcardforwildfeedingestandaudioshuffling,aswellas demultiplexing of up to 16 channels of embedded audio in each video stream
  • ▪  ModularI/Oingroupsofeightprovidesupportforeithercoaxialorfiberconnectivity
  • ▪  Front-loading,hot-swappablemodulesfor24/7operation
  • ▪  Redundantpowersupplies,controllersandsignalpaths
  • ▪  Enhancedcontrolandmonitoring◦ Widerangeofhardwarecontrolpanels
    ◦ Powerfulcontrolintegrationforeasysetupandconfiguraiton
    ◦ Softwareandweb-basedapplicationswithuser-configurableGUIs
    ◦ ProtocolsupportforCCSNavigatorTM,SNMPandthird-partyvendors ◦ Secureaccessrightswithrestrictionsbylevel,sourceanddestination
  • ▪  Videoroutingsupport
    • 1080p(3Gb/s)signalrouting(anysize)
    • Almostanydigitalvideosignalfrom3Mb/sto3Gb/sincluding:HD-SDI,SD-SDI,ASI, SMPTE 310, SMPTE 305, etc.
    • SMPTE-compliantanalogvideosupportedviaconversionto/fromSD-SDIonI/O
  • ▪  Discreteaudioroutingsupport◦ DigitalaudiosignalsincludingbalancedandunbalancedAES
    ◦ Analogstereo/monoaudioviaconversionto/fromAESonI/Omodules ◦ Supportforupto16embeddedAESstreamspervideoinput
    ◦ “Quietswitch”withtransitions
  • ▪  CENTRIOTMintegratedinternalmultiviewer
    ◦ 32PiPsperCENTRIOmodule◦ Onscreencontrol
    ◦ CCpresenceandtext
    ◦ Clocksandtimers
    ◦ TalliesandUMDs
    ◦ Audiometersandphase

Harris router control systems make even the most complex router configuration simple and intuitive to implement and maintain. Among the powerful tools available for admin-istering systems are low-level discovery of available hardware, allowing database cre-ation and maintenance to be accomplished from the engineer’s desk; and automatic, wizard-based creation of logical source assignments for demulti plexed audio levels. The DB Editor interface provides access to the Platinum router’s distributed con-trol architecture, which drives router frames and control surfaces without reliance on a centralized controller. Each Platinum frame features redundant control modules that store configuration information related to that frame in non-volatile memory, protecting your crucial configuration information and current routing status. This topology also al-lows control panel communication to be distributed throughout the facility, eliminating single points of failure.