sat-nms LDCI - L-Band DC Inserter with integrated Input Level Monitoring

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The sat-nms LDCI L-Band DC Inserter with integrated Input Level Monitoring is a highly sophisticated unit designed for professional satellite receive applications. It is available as a scalable system with up to 5 hot-pluggable modules integrated in a 2RU 19" rack-mount chassis.

Each module is designed to support 4 LNBs with DC power and monitor their L-Band output signal power. All modules include RF gain adjustment and extensive monitoring functionality like LNB supply current with min/max current threshold. The remote MNC interface is via web-browser, SNMP, HTTP GET functions and RS232 interface as in all other sat-nms products. The 19" rack-mount chassis also provides an LCD display and keyboard for local control as an option.

The scalable system is able to support even a single antenna sub-system with 4 LNCs for a small application to a reasonable price, but is also able to provide power to an unlimited number of antennas with multiple sat-nms LDCI chassis. The only restriction is the supply current to the LNBs of max. 5.5 Amps. in total per standard chassis. But the sat-nms LDCI can also be delivered in other configurations with the ability to supply a higher total current.

The main applications of the sat-nms LDCI are multiple LNB DC power insertion within a compact frame, where size is a critical issue, and additional DC power insertion in front of a L-Band Matrix. Due to the scalability the sat-nms LDCI is also the unit of choice in teleports with a large number of receive antennas.
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